MUFG Union Bank Market and Liquidity Risk Regulatory and Initiatives Manager, Vice President in Los Angeles, California
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This role will be reporting to the Managing Director, Head of Interest Rate Risk and Liquidity Risk in the Market Risk Department. The Initiatives Manager will lead multiple efforts including senior management deliverables, committee package production, documentation updates, liaise with technology teams, address ad-hoc requests, assist in communication to Internal Audit and Regulators.
Leads all Liquidity Risk and Interest Rate Risk initiatives including business strategy and new products, reporting deliverables, regulatory issues, and both technology and non-technology infrastructure improvements
Leads effort in creating liquidity and interest rate material for senior management committees, including ALCO, and Board meetings.
Leads discussions and information gathering for regulatory and audit issues
Develops and enhances the Liquidity Risk framework and processes.
Leads liquidity risk and interest rate risk projects (both new and ongoing) and maintains communication with technology, front office, risk committees, enterprise risk, and other relevant businesses.
Tracks all open issues as appropriate, providing both the latest progress commentary as well as updating the deliverable status.
Provides analysis of existing/future business processes in support of Liquidity Risk and Interest Rate Risk change management initiatives and/or infrastructure and process enhancement efforts, including enhancing Liquidity Risk and Interest Rate Risk reporting, regulatory analysis and reviewing Liquidity Risk and Interest Rate Risk documentation; and advising on requirements.
Acts as a business lead and liaison with internal technology to oversee the development process, and leads user testing, to ensure completion of projects in a timely manner.
Facilitates, coordinates and reviews policy and procedures.
Facilitates and coordinates production and review of the monthly and quarterly committee package.
Assists leadership to lead and communicate progress to audit/regulatory examinations and submissions.
Assists in researching and preparing ad-hoc management requests.
7-10 years of relevant project management, technical, and quantitative experience in a liquidity
Strong understanding of market risk operations with focus on Interest Rate and Liquidity Risk and operations, regulatory requirements and industry best practices.
In-depth knowledge of liquidity and market risk analytics, including LCR, EaR, EVE, NSFR, FTP, risk sensitivities, scenario analysis, and stress testing
Strong quantitative and programming abilities (C, C , C#, VBA, SQL, Java, etc.) is helpful.
Possess excellent verbal and written communication
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the 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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Primary Location: CALIFORNIA-Los Angeles
Schedule Full Time
Req ID: 10030508-WD