Intraday Liquidity Analytics Lead

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Intraday Liquidity Analytics Lead

Our client, a Global Bank is in the market for somebody to bring together the varying aspects of Intraday liquidity risk within the organisation. There will be a key focus on enhancing Treasury's intraday liquidity platform which provides Real Time liquidity visualisations and can be used to perform both funding and liquidity analytical assessments.

You will be expected to provide data solutions and recommendations to optimise funding, intraday liquidity usage whilst supporting the right sizing of risk appetite stress buffer calibrations.

You will work alongside Cash Management teams to determine intraday liquidity usage drivers and work towards implementing an internal charging mechanism.

The role will require you to implement the appropriate processes and metrics to enable the Bank to understand the impact of credit and liquidity limits on intraday liquidity usage.

You will be collating and producing relevant reporting of intraday liquidity performance and key risk indicators including the tracking of the Bank's globally important Financial Market Infrastructure relationships. These are reports that would be presented to senior internal committees

You will be required to engage with the Bank's global businesses on their intraday liquidity profile - making recommendations to optimise its usage. The role holder will be a key figure in delivering improvements to the intraday liquidity risk measurement across the Group from identification, design, governance, and documentation.

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Start date
6 months+
Scot Lewis Associates Ltd
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