Job Title: Global Liquidity Manager (GLM)
Line of Business: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Group
Corporate Title: Vice President or Director
Location: Dublin, Ireland
An exciting opportunity as a dedicated Global Liquidity Manager is available for a talented individual to work in our growing Dublin office.
Liquidity Management is responsible for analysing our overall and meaningful individual liquidity positions, for assessing those positions and for proposing changes to them within the enterprise's overall risk appetite.
The analysis and assessment includes liquidity requirements, contractual obligations, contingent risks, as well as cash flow forecasting and stress testing. This team works closely with business and support partners to develop a culture of liquidity management with the right governance and control processes as support.
You will possess a deep understanding of liquidity management as it pertains to banking and broker dealers as well as nuances related to international jurisdictions. You will also have experience working globally and working as part of a team across multiple geographies. Additionally you will have an intellectual curiosity and ability to drive project goals across functions with minimal oversight.
You will serve as a liaison between GLM and its business partners across various teams including regulatory reporting, CFO, line of business and funding as the international processes are developed and improved. You will need to understand the needs of business partners as well as the bank’s internal stress testing and the EU LCR.
Partner with business leads, Treasury Leads and Finance Leads on:
Funding sources and uses
Net funding requirements and FTP
Contingent liquidity requirements and CFTP
Use of Legal Entities
Strategy and initiatives
Lead Regulator engagement
Lead junior liquidity managers who provide front to back coverage of new European entities and business activities for liquidity management purposes
Partner with Global Forecasting, Reporting, Banking and Markets Liquidity Management on day to day Liquidity Management routines and key initiatives
Partner with technology on design, implementation and testing of Liquidity Management systems
Active experience liaising with business managers within a large Bank
Excel and financial analytical skills
Solid quantitative background including Excel modelling
Excellent interpersonal skills – both written and verbal
Deep knowledge of Basel/CRR regulatory framework pertaining to liquidity issues
A similar role in Treasury department, Consultancy or Business Unit with exposure to Global Market and/or Banking products would be beneficial
You are passionate about learning and intellectual curiosity
Influencing and business partnering
Upbeat and a self-starter
Ability to learn new systems and processes
Deep understanding of regulatory environment
A Self-motivated, hands-on, driven individual
Bank of America
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As part of our standard hiring process to manage risk, please note background screening checks will be conducted on all hires before commencing employment.
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