Liquidity Risk Model Manager # 120437

The Risk division is a highly visible, dynamic area of the firm where you can be an integral part of decisions making that supports the bank's business. Our responsibilities range from enterprise risk management to risk and finance reporting and regional risk teams covering the risk management for our entities. The Risk division's long-term success depends on our ability to achieve our vision and fulfil our mandate.
To achieve this we are looking for highly skilled and motivated individuals who would like to expand their knowledge way beyond the local banking environment. By joining Liquidity Risk Modelling team you will have unique opportunity to:
A challenging and multifaceted leadership role within the Liquidity Risk Department
Opportunity to further improve the bank's liquidity risk modelling capabilities
Widespread interaction with partner interaction with partners across Front Office, Risk, and Finance
Be part of the global Liquidity Risk Team, with a mandate to focus on Credit Suisse's US entities
Opportunity to enhance liquidity risk know-how and to become a subject matter expert in an area with growing importance
Significant exposure to senior management and regulators due to the very high and growing importance of liquidity risk modelling
Form part of a dynamic and international team across locations
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
You have a Master's degree in Engineering, Economics, Finance, Math Statistics, or Physics
You have 3 years of relevant work experience in Risk Management, Finance or Consulting
Understanding of financial products and trading strategies
Ability to handle multiple projects with independence and can-do working style
Effective and confident communication with key stakeholders
You have solid MS Office skills (in particular Excel including VBA)
Programming skills (Matlab and/or R are an advantage)
Ability to learn quickly

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