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Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP) is a top priority for Credit Suisse as both systemically important banks and regulators are in the final phase of delivering on Too Big To Fail regulations and respective solutions which are intended to avoid a repeat of some of the failings which were observed during the financial crisis of a decade ago. Whilst international regulators have agreed on key RRP concepts, the focus now is on their refinement and translation into practical capabilities and their integration into business as usual banking functions and processes. Credit Suisse is strongly committed to build RRP capabilities to ensure it is fully resolvable.
The Recovery and Resolution Office (RRO) is a department within Treasury which drives Credit Suisse’s preparations to manage a severe financial crisis, advises on strategic changes required in response to global Too Big To Fail regulations and generally works on promoting the resolvability of the firm. Our role therefore as second line of defense is to review and challenge how RRP capabilities are developed and implemented so that we can ensure that resolvability objectives are met. The RRO has offices in Zurich, London, New York, Singapore and Wroclaw.
For this open position we seek a candidate to join the team in Singapore (or Hong Kong). The role entails a thorough understanding of the regulatory landscape as well as the bank’s APAC businesses and other operations. The role offered would cover the following tasks: Ensuring resolution capabilities built (ViR, FiR, OCIR, Restructuring/Global Wind Down) are fit for purpose in APACContributing to the Group’s Recovery Plan and ensure alignment with APAC requirements such as Hong Kong recovery planning or Japan resolution regimeEnsuring framework designed to execute the presumptive path for the Group’s resolution plan is operational and can be executed in APACLiaison for APAC on all regulatory matters relating to RRPEnsuring APAC representation at regional and global working groups including regular communication flows and highlighting any risks and issuesCoordinating and driving the yearly APAC College with regulatorsManaging other RRP developments throughout APAC and liaise with regulators on RRP topics coordinating with Global RRO counterparts where requiredEnsuring consistency of local requirements with global plan, manage RRP dependencies regionally and globally, including assessing areas for changes in the Global RRPSupport efforts to embed RRP in the firm and the move to business as usual
The mix of tasks and responsibilities on offer should enable the candidate to get exposure to senior management in APAC, to the main APAC authorities as well as to our home regulator FINMA. This is a challenging role as part of Global Recovery and Resolution Office. Opportunity to work closely with senior business partners in Group Finance, Treasury, Risk and Compliance, Legal and Divisions as well as the RRP Program A phenomenal platform to improve the personal skillset and subject matter expertise across all areas of Recovery and Resolution Planning (Finance, Operations and Governance) Contributing to yearly Crisis Management College, driving APAC College attended by regulatory authorities and develop high quality presentation materials for Credit Suisse senior management including Executive Board members
You Offer Understand the value of diversity in the workplace and are dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of working life so that people from all backgrounds receive equal treatment, realize their full potential and can bring their full, authentic selves to work.University Degree or equivalent experience10 - 15 years minimum of proven relevant work experience in Financial Services or management consulting in a fast-paced environment Deep understanding of a major bank’s functions Ideally familiar with Finance, Risk and key concepts of RRP or regulatory background would be an advantageA phenomenal teammate with an experience of working with global teamsSolution driven and open to discussing flexible/agile working The ability to operate independentlyHigh attention to detail and mature analytical skills paired with a high degree of initiative and willingness to cope with pressureStrong stakeholder management skills on senior management levelStrong interpersonal and communication skills which allows you to gain, trust and build up effective relationships Self-motivated with a “positive can do approach”!
Credit Suisse is an equal opportunity employer. Welcoming diversity gives us a competitive advantage in the global marketplace and drives our success.
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