Treasury Analyst II

Chicago, Illinois, United States
Competitive salary
16 Sep 2020
17 Sep 2020
Job role

CIBC is a leading North American financial institution with 10 million personal banking, business, public sector and institutional clients. CIBC offers a full range of advice, solutions and services in the United States, across Canada and around the world. In the U.S., CIBC Bank USA provides commercial banking, private and personal banking and small business banking solutions and CIBC Private Wealth Management offers investment management, wealth strategies and legacy planning.

CIBC works to help you make your ambitions a reality with a team that is committed to being always professional, genuinely caring and collaborates to find simple solutions as we build our relationship-focused bank for the modern world.

Every year, CIBC is recognized for its business success, community commitment and employee initiatives. We are proud of this success and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace and an environment where all of our team members can excel.


The US Treasury Department of CIBC is responsible for managing the US Region's liquidity and funding positions. The Treasury Analyst will assist in multiple Treasury liquidity management functions, including cash management, liquidity risk management and management reporting preparation. The role will have some recurring daily and monthly responsibilities; however, ideal candidates will also need to be willing and able to tackle special projects.

The Treasury Analyst will drive the cash management processes including monitoring the Bank's cash balances, client intraday activity, settlements, and all cash clearing accounts. The Treasury Analyst will execute wholesale funding transactions as required and maintain key relationships with external funding providers, including the FHLB, Federal Reserve, and external counterparties.

The Treasury Analyst will assist managers in production and administration of key US Region liquidity risk management processes including liquidity stress testing, contingency funding, and FR 2052a reporting. The ideal candidate will have strong Microsoft Excel skills and background in quantitative liquidity and cash flows analysis.

The Treasury Analyst will organize the monthly production of reporting materials to Senior Management Committees. The Treasury Analyst will also work closely with all senior managers within US Treasury, including liquidity analytics, corporate liquidity advisory, investments, and funding managers.

Primary responsibilities include:
  • Cash Management responsibilities, including monitoring overall cash levels, client projected activity, Treasury-related settlements, and all other regulatory and control tasks for the cash management function.
  • Working closely with the Corporate Liquidity Advisory group to understand and analyze the Bank's depositors and sources of funding.
  • Execute wholesale funding transactions as required in order to support the Bank's liquidity needs.
  • Supporting projects to transform and improve cash management and liquidity impacted areas, including collaborating with Operations, Finance, Data Management and IT on key automation initiatives and enhancing policies and procedures.
  • Assist in key aspects to US liquidity risk management processes, including assumptions development, model reporting, documentation, and historical analysis.
  • Driving production and review of monthly Treasury Committee reporting packages, with a focus on balance sheet and liquidity management reports. Serve as secretary of these committees and take minutes.


  • At least 5+ years' experience in Treasury or Accounting/Reporting. Prior experience with a US banking organization in a Treasury, Finance, or Analytics capacity is a plus
  • Bachelor or advanced degree in Accounting/Finance/Mathematics
  • Excellent skills and a willingness to work heavily in MS Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word
  • Strong organizational and communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong attention to detail, including ability to validate model results and complex figures
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Quick learner
  • Must be self-motivated, proactive, methodical and responsive
  • Ability to work independently

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