U.S. Bank Business Line Risk Mgr 4 in Saint Louis, Missouri
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The Senior Business Risk Manager will work within a large, complex line of business with full time focus on formation and maintenance of a sound operational risk management framework.
Responsible for establishing a swap data reporting program across Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate asset classes with a robust control framework that allows U.S. Bank to independently identify issues and correct them.
Accountable first line of in-house expertise that can administer the reporting, validation and reconcilement of the reportable swaps traded by the Bank, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) framework for reporting those products, and the systems used by U.S. Bank.
Establish clear ownership of the overall swaps reporting program that proactively detects reporting inconsistencies and deficiencies, including robust issue management and escalation protocols.
Develop, implement and run the risk-based control environment, interim and long-term, for swaps reporting that addresses the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of reporting for Foreign Exchange and Derivatives Products.
Achieve and maintain awareness and understanding of regulatory requirements of swaps reporting for the relevant jurisdiction(s).
Maintain currency on any regulatory changes.
Develop requirements, specifications, and functionality for Swap Dealer Reporting. Maintain a full understanding of the reports and systems.
Define and set the priority for ongoing changes to adhere to regulations, DTCC technical changes and be accountable to address all operational reporting issues.
Establish and govern the design of the bank’s swaps reporting system and operation.
Maintain procedures, controls and practices to insure the bank’s trading practices in the applicable asset class(es) subject to swaps reporting.
Ensures appropriate identification and response to risks within the business and coordinates efforts to foster awareness and understanding of key risk management concepts within the business management network.
Acts as a key advisor to the line of business head regarding risk-related matters and serves as a functional liaison between the line of business and corporate-level risk management resources.
Serves in an advisory role when corporate risk policies and procedures are established, which will be used by all business lines.
Bachelor's or Master's degree, or equivalent work experience
Five to ten years of business management and banking experience
Two or more years of managerial/supervisory experience
- Comprehensive knowledge of risk management associated with the assigned
product lines, as well as key business line functions
- Proven establishment of regulatory operating framework and design preferably within Capital Markets
-bility to learn and communicate key risk management concepts
Ability to interact with all levels of management
Strong analytical, project management and strategic planning skills
Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills
Experience in specified line of business preferred
Proven management skills.
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