The Quantitative Finance Analyst is responsible for measuring counterparty credit risk (CCR) for all lines of businesses in the Americas Markets division covering all traded products (fixed income, currency, commodities, equities).
In this role, the selected candidate must have depth and a breadth of knowledge of financial markets and derivative products particularly in Equities, Commodities, Rates, Currencies and Credit Instruments.
The Quantitative Financial Analyst will contribute to the Corporate Audit Model Risk team's enterprise-wide coverage of model risk management; read and understand financial regulatory guidance and technical publications.
Lead developer of toolsets needed to run and analyze the FRTB Backtesting and P&L attribution tests; working with the VaR model development team to understand our VaR model implementation and assess the impact of model limitations on our backtesting results.
This role is responsible for Counterparty Stress Testing including the development and execution of stress scenarios, analysis of stress results and processes to support corporate Enterprise Stress Testing (EST), including annual CCAR.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for assessing conceptual foundations of a model, model specification, underlying assumptions, limitations, variable selection, underlying data, developmental evidence, documentation.
In the role of Sr Finance Analyst you will be a pivotal part of the team that is responsible for continually improving financial reporting and analysis so that as an organization we can make faster decisions and keep pace with our ever-changing landscape.
This position is responsible for independently conducting quantitative analytics and modeling projects. Responsible for developing new models, analytic processes or systems approaches. Creates documentation for all activities and works with Technology staff in design of any system to run models developed.
The Business Analyst, Finance is responsible for providing the finance process design during the design for the deployment of an ERP system at IRC and is a key member of the core ERP team. This position focuses on business process and analysis as a context for identifying solution requirements and implementing operational changes to drive higher business outcomes.
The position will provide support to the Accessories Division on all financial and operational elements including budgeting/forecasting process, month-end closing and variance analysis, sales and gross margin review, stock analysis, international accounts receivable, shipping and various ad hoc projects.