SrAnlyst, Treasury and ALM
The Corporate Treasury Group at BNY Mellon is responsible for managing the investment portfolios and the liquidity and capital positions of the various subsidiary banks and of the Parent Corporation. The analyst will work in the Asset Liability Management (ALM) team within Corporate Treasury and will be responsible for the following.
Under close supervision, conducts basic research, data gathering, and analyses in support of more senior team members tasked with controlling the risks associated with assets, liabilities, liquidity funding, capital and IRR management. Is beginning to build foundational knowledge spanning the range of treasury, capital and ALM categories across the organization and its varied products/services. With guidance, collects financial data and runs basic calculations used as inputs into various capital management, IRR, liquidity and asset/liability models or analyses.
Reviews calculations for validity and accuracy, reporting on unexpected/undesired results and performing corrections as directed. Escalates work to more senior team members for quality review. Internationally, analyzes basic capital, IRR, liquidity and asset liabilities management activities for assigned legal entity(ies). Reviews compliance against regulatory and/ or internal liquidity metrics and reports on findings to more senior team members. Assists with projects as needed. Assesses alignment to regulatory requirements; researches and documents liquidity self-assignment and liquidity funding contingency plans. Provides supporting documentation and analyses for management reports/briefings. Reviews work with more senior professionals to improve own work. Begins to establish relationships with peers in the businesses, Risk Management, Finance and Corporate Treasury to ensure efficient collection of data/model inputs. Learns the foundational regulations governing ALM, Capital Management, Liquidity Funding and related Treasury functions. Conducts ad-hoc analyses/reporting as requested. No direct reports. Job scope is limited to the quality and accuracy of own work. Contributes to the achievement of team goals.
- Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Degree in math, engineering, statistics, computational finance or economics preferred. MBA, CFA, or CPA/CA preferred.
- 1-3 years of total work experience preferred.
- Daily liquidity reporting process which includes regulatory and management reporting of liquidity metrics for key legal entities within the group. Role requires stakeholder management with the ability to explain and escalate challenges and work under tight timelines.
Working Hours: 3 PM to 12AM (adjusted by 1 hour during Daylight time change)
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