Market Risk Analyst (FRTB)

Recruiter
MERJE Ltd
Location
London
Salary
45000.0000
Posted
09 May 2017
Closes
07 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job Description: I have been engaged by a Big 4 Consultancy to search for a Market Risk FRTB Analyst at all levels. The main role will be advising and assisting clients with the impact of the changing capital requirements framework ('Basel 4’), with particular focus on the new market risk requirements and quantitative modelling.
The individuals will be expected to participate in and lead individual work streams within both market risk and wider risk and capital related engagements.
As a member of the banking segment, the individual will also be required to apply their skills to a broad range of banking related issues supporting both UK and Global propositions. The expectation is that the roles will grow over time to provide a balance of quantitative and broader advisory and client facing responsibilities.

Qualifications & Skills:

• Strong knowledge and understanding of market risk frameworks and processes including risk management, product control, capital calculations and product valuations.
• Proven ability to effectively deliver market risk engagements
• Detailed working knowledge of FRTB and an understanding of its implications is advantageous.
• Knowledge and practical experience of all aspects of model development and validation.
• Strong analytical skills and practical quantitative experience.
• Ability to communicate and challenge senior management on range of market risk topics.
• Ability to explain complex technical terms/impacts to a senior non-technical audience.
• Flexibility and agility to contribute to a broad range of banking risk engagements.
• Excellent oral / written communication, planning, project management, networking and influencing skills.
• Flexibility to work across the UK (and internationally) where required.

Experience and Background:

• Extensive Quantitative experience
• Detailed product/industry knowledge
• Strong understanding of regulatory reforms impacting financial institutions (specifically, FRTB)