LIBOR Transition – Traded Risk IT PM / BA -contract – midtown NYC
This is a Project Management / Business Analyst role responsible for coordinating work across Traded Credit Control, Traded Credit Management and US Global Risk Analytics teams to implement the IBOR demise (transition from products referencing IBOR’s to those referencing alternative risk-free rates). The person will need to be able to interact with Front Office stakeholders as well as the Group project team in London. The candidate will need to liaise with the Canada and US stakeholders to help drive the implementation.
- Working with risk managers and internal stakeholders to understand and establish business requirements
- Provide project support as liaison between developers and subject matter experts.
- Participation in full development cycle up to and including testing, implementation and postproduction support
- Ongoing support and incremental enhancements for existing applications and processes already owned by Traded Risk Control.
Knowledge & Experience / Qualifications
- 3-5 years of relevant finance/business/risk/statistical experience in financial services
- Strong Project Management / Business Analyst experience in the Traded Risk area
- Excellent understanding of risk measurement frameworks across risk types (i.e. market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk)
- Bachelor’s in quantitative field (economics, finance, statistics, engineering, etc.). Masters in similar field is preferred
- In depth knowledge of large, global system infrastructure projects within either a business change or an IT capacity and good understanding of Information Technology trends, vendors and infrastructure.
- Have an understanding of factors affecting credit/market risk management, its systems, processes and functions. This includes:
- Global Markets infrastructure, including trading systems and deal flows;
- End to end processes relating to trade booking, risk, finance and product control;
- Trade events and how they affect credit/market risk;
- Understanding of the regulatory landscape and its impact to risk function.
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