MUFG Union Bank Japanese Corporate Banking (JCB), Business Unit Risk & Control Analyst in New York, New York
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The Business Unit Risk & Control analyst position is within the Japanese Corporate Banking (JCB) Business Unit, reporting to the Business Unit Risk Manager. The primary role is to provide analytical & technical support to the Risk & Control in conformance with the various enterprise wide risk governance programs. As a member of the first line of defense, the position warrants the ability to drive change to improve processes, procedures, and quality throughout the business unit by careful analysis of risks, identification of gaps and recommendation of solutions to mitigate risks.
Assists the Business Unit to ensure controls related to risk management are sound, effective, and meeting the business needs. Support the implementation of these controls.
Provides support with the execution and delivery of information risk management initiatives.
Performs risk analysis and assessment for assigned processes, follow-ups on unusual activity. and exception items as prescribed by second line defense / management team.
Conducts complex loss analyses to provide information and recommendations to management, such as variance, trend, peer group, or performance analyses.
Processes data, metrics and provide written analyses and interpretation of results.
Assist in correlation of key risk indicator data to loss data and correlation of loss data to self-assessment data.
Prepare complex risk reports for various audiences.
Maintains loss and a key risk indicator databases.
Demonstrate professional skepticism and personal accountability
Delivery of high-quality work within designated timeframes.
Typically requires a degree and 3 years of related experience in a risk management or internal audit organization within the financial services industry.
Requires a broad understanding of Basel II and operational risk management concepts. Must have demonstrated experience in risk and control self-assessment, including process documentation, and data analysis skills.
Strong understanding of risk management processes and internal controls; must be proficient in documenting process flows and risk and control self- assessments.
Experience in developing, tracking, analyzing and reporting on key risk indicators.
Advanced or expert level skills in Excel, Visio and Power Point; ACL proficiency a plus.
Strong knowledge of commercial banking operations and technology.
Experience with business inherent risk in the financial services industry, related markets, and related regulatory agencies.
Strong understanding of audit practices and methodology.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Highly motivated, takes initiative / self-starter, problem solver, solution oriented.
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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Primary Location: NEW YORK-New York
Schedule Full Time
Req ID: 10033472-WD