Sizable bank is looking for a risk manager with comprehensive liquidity risk knowledge
Your new company
My client who is one of the sizable bank is looking for experienced Liquidity Risk professional with a solid background and strong knowledge around the key risks and controls in banking business. With demand increasing, it is seeking to expand and grow a team of intelligent people who have experience in handling liquidity risk matters.
Your new role
You will be a team member of Asset & Liability Management Department to handle liquidity risk measurement, monitoring and reporting. In addition, you will be supporting in liquidity risk analysis and take up ad-hoc assignments whenever required.
What you'll need to succeed
What you'll get in return
You will be offered a broad exposure in Liquidity Risk regionally ensuring the progression of your career growth. The bank is reputable for organic growth and recognises employee's performance.
What you need to do now
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