- Raleigh, NC, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- Credit Suisse -
- 24 May 18
America’s Legal Entity Capital Allocation Lead # 109149
Global Treasury is part of the CFO function optimizing the use of financial resources and acting as a guardian of the bank's financial franchise. Treasury delivers valuable risk analysis and control around capital, liquidity, funding, FX and related regulatory change to the Board of Directors, Executive Board, CFO, Business Unit clients, key partners in Shared Services, and Regulators.
Credit Suisse will significantly expand its employee base in Raleigh over the next two years. The expansion of the workforce will make CS Raleigh the primary corporate and business support location for the firm's US businesses. Global Treasury is building a Raleigh-based team and is looking to populate the team with a person capable of completing the current Treasury team and collaborating with a growing CCAR team on-location.
Global Treasury is looking for an Assistant Vice President to be part of its Raleigh team.
Treasury Lead for US Intermediate Holding Company (IHC)
- You will ensure compliance with all regulatory metrics (capital ratios, leverage, liquidity buffer).
- You will balance IHC capital and liquidity needs with impact on CS Parent metrics.
- You will work closely with the Capital Management Group in producing CCAR related deliverables including projections for liquidity needs, funding costs, and Capital Adequacy.
- You will be the Treasury contact for capitalization of regulated broker/dealer subsidiaries.
- You will coordinate execution of internal capital transactions among Parent entity and subsidiaries (restructuring of existing capital instruments; injection of new capital; capital repatriation).
- You will work closely with the Zurich head office on global capital related initiatives (large exposure reduction, indirect financing reduction).
- Other regional Treasury responsibilities for subsidiaries in the Americas region including Canada, Brazil, Mexico and Bahamas (capital allocation, intercompany funding, governance).
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
- A degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics preferred.
- You have 4+ years working experience in an international banking environment.
- You have experience in a relevant field (including Treasury, Corporate Finance, Consulting).
- You have solid working knowledge of regulatory capital requirements (Basel III, Dodd-Frank, CCAR, etc.).
- You have familiarity with regulatory requirements for Non-US Banking Organization / Intermediate Holding Company (IHC).
- You have quantitative and analytical skills.
- You have the ability to work on multiple projects with a demonstrated attention to detail, to turn analysis into insights/recommendations.
- Proficient with verbal and written communication skills.