Position: Finance Analyst (Basel III) -
Duration: 12 months
Location: Remote for now and later Downtown Toronto
Education: Degree in FI or higher
Experience: Capital/Basel III or Basel III Post Crisis Reform, SME, projects
Preferred: Experience in bank Securities or Wholesale Banking
The Intermediate Analyst in this role will be required to support the Basel III Post Crisis Reform (B3R) regulatory change for the Canadian region with a focus on Credit Risk and Leverage for the Wholesale Bank. The Intermediate Analyst will be a subject matter expert on Wholesale Bank systems, data flows, and OSFI regulation (current and future). As the SME, you will support the B3R project perform testing, resolve challenges, and recommend solutions to senior project members. This may include interpretation of key capital and leverage drivers, and variance analysis to assess ETL/solution designs. In addition, the Intermediate Analyst will lead optimisation of inefficient processes, remediation of process gaps, maintain process documents and provide input related to new products and the application of the capital and leverage rules.
The Intermediate Analyst will be required to demonstrate governance, control and risk management behaviours in alignment with bank policies and practices.
- Support B3R regulatory project and design/enhancement of future BAU processes for capital and leverage reporting.
- Provide accurate capital analysis, interpret findings, and identify and refer complex issues / situations beyond own level of expertise.
- Support Capital and Liquidity Management Group, Wholesale Banking in the implementation of new financial models, capital treatment, methodologies, frameworks and paradigms to support on-going business unit reporting and analysis functions
- Act as a subject matter expert and provide guidance and recommendations to Capital and Liquidity Management Group, Wholesale Banking on capital related matters
- Prepare analysis of current processes, identify gaps and reengineer processes to improve business operations
- Work with current process owners to identify control gaps, processes and inefficiencies
- Effectively manage projects through concise and effective communication avenues