Liquidity Measurement & Reporting (Senior) Analyst #167461
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Liquidity Measurement & Reporting Team Poland is currently recruiting for roles of Liquidity Measurement & Reporting Analyst and Senior Analyst. The scope of the unit now includes mainly Liquidity Management Information Reporting and Liquidity Regulatory reporting. LMR Team sits within Bank’s Group Finance division with additional parallel reporting lines to Global and Regional Treasury Group. You will be responsible for producing and providing high quality liquidity reports for regulators and clients internally through various MI reports. Your main interactions will be with the global and regional Treasury teams and representatives who are globally responsible for measuring and running liquidity risk for the bank, for both economic and regulatory liquidity.
Given Credit Suisse's dedication to further improving its capability and resourcing in this high visibility and critical risk management area we are looking to expend the team in Wroclaw.
This role is an outstanding opportunity for you if you are looking to specialize around the growing world of bank liquidity management matters and regulations. At the same time, you would be required to be fully engaged in and become familiar and confident with liquidity management & reporting world, functions, principals and mechanisms. You will have broad exposure to senior management and a wide range of critical liquidity management matters. LMR is not only a reporting function, but also responsible for managing various data base systems improvements, reconciliations, risk models implementation into reporting as well as new business testing and sign off from liquidity reporting perspective.
Your key responsibilities will be:
Open to discussing flexible/agile/remote working.
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