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Within the Shared Services Risk Reporting function of Americas Risk Management, the Content Management (content subject expert) is a visible role that serves as the primary liaison between the Risk Reporting Team and the Risk Management Risk Discipline Function
The role is responsible for generating and writing daily, weekly and monthly risk management report content, leveraging data visuals (tables, graphs, charts) prepared by a Risk Reporting team data aggregation specialists. Regular interactions and correspondence with risk managers, including attending risk committee, working group, project, team, and so forth, meetings, provide information gathering opportunities to help influence reporting content generation. Working knowledge of the risk type is required, as well as the ability to analyze and interpret data and convert it into concise, succinct, impactful, informative and actionable report content commentary and messaging. Strong interpersonal relationship, verbal and written communication skills are essential to performing successfully in this role.
Form and maintain relationships with Market, Liquidity, and Interest Rate Risk report stakeholders.
Attend and track outcomes of key Risk Discipline activities, such as risk committees, meetings, audits, exams, etc. to observe, gather information, and assist in reporting key risks, initiatives, developments, trends, etc.
Design and create new reports with risk managers and other requesters to continuously monitor appropriateness of risk metrics, key risk indicators, and overall content of reports.
Define business requirements and data needs and work with Data Aggregators and ARM Technology & Data to ensure requirements are fulfilled.
Write/edit report analysis and commentary ensuring coherent, prioritized messaging.
Provide report production support and credible effective challenge of data and report content.
7 - 10 years of banking or financial services experience.
Prior experience in a reporting function essential, preferably in banking.
Knowledge of/prior experience with Market, Liquidity, and Interest Rate Risks.
Strong analytical, written and verbal skills.
Proficient in Microsoft, Wdesk and Tableau applications.
Self-motivated and detail oriented.
Willing to work extended hours when needed, under deadline.
Undergraduate degree in Business, Finance, or Economics.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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