- Raleigh, NC, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- Credit Suisse -
- 19 Jul 18
Risk Governance Analyst
GM, IBCM, CUSO/CIB CRO Governance team is seeking an Analyst to work within the Risk Division. The Team is responsible for handling key Risk Management forums within GM and IBCM divisions and the CUSO/CIB entities, ensuring implementation of governance framework, as well as providing fit-for-purpose Management Information (MI) for CRO. The Analyst will assist in strengthening the CRO governance process by analyzing existing structure/process to identify possible points of improvement and integration.
Further the Analyst will be tasked with collecting holistic risk analysis with forward looking views highlighting emerging risk for CRO and Board/Risk Management Committee members. Also the Analyst will support the organization of risk management committee meetings with Group CRO, Heads of Business, Division/Entity/Business Line CRO(s) and senior members in CRO/CFO divisions.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- You are primarily responsible for the regular collation, analysis and distribution of cross-risk Management Information report packages.
- You will engage with contributors across all risk functions, business divisions, and other support functions as needed.
- You will support the organization and execution of senior Risk Management Committees.
- You will identify areas of improvement that can strengthen existing processes.
- You will provide robust governance of Risk Management Committees.
Some responsibilities include maintaining meeting procedure documents, drafting meeting minutes, and handling meeting logistics.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
- You are an enthusiastic problem solver, with a penchant for reaching beyond the status quo.
- You have good communication skills.
- You have high attention to detail.
- You have the ability to work under pressure handling multiple priorities.
- You are able to work independently.
- You have solid knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint and effective writing skill is required.
- Your prior experience in financial industry, particularly Risk Management is preferred, but not required.