Crowe Horwath's Performance Financial Services practice has an exciting opportunity for a Treasury Stress Testing Manager to join our growing team. The Treasury Stress Testing Manager will spearhead key aspects of project delivery to banks across the United States and will provide current treasury management strategies and processes to client institutions. The Treasury Stress Testing Manager will become a trusted advisor to client management and be a key for successful project and client engagements.
The primary responsibilities of the Treasury Stress Testing Manager will be focusing on regulatory monitoring, compliance implementation, policies and procedures updates. In addition, the Treasury Stress Testing Manager will support the Partner and clients with providing risk guidance and assessment associated with stress testing and capital management initiatives.Qualifications
Directs the interest rate risk management of the Bank
Strengthens the bank’s stress testing modeling by serving as an internal subject matter expert on all ALM modeling assumptions, developing capabilities within the Treasury group, and using the knowledge of the model and asset to test additional risk dimensions (partials, steepening/flattening, basis scenarios, etc.)
Works as part of a team to manage the bank’s investment portfolio. Likely focus will include, but is not limited to, a) developing low-cost strategies to protect the value of the investment portfolio in a rising rate environment, b) assessment and execution of yield enhancement strategies
Attends and contributes to ALCO meetings. Prepares risk materials for the meeting and contributes to the development of more effective ways of presenting investment portfolio analytics to the committees.
Represents the bank and the Treasury group as needed with bank regulators, internal auditors, and senior management.
Assists in budgeting, investment, assets and liability management.
Oversee the revision of department policies and procedures.
- Up to 50% travel will be required for this job
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or Mathematics or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- To perform this job successfully, an individual should have advanced knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio.
- 5-10 years of experience in Treasury Department of a financial institution
- Good analytical and organizational skills.
- Intimate knowledge of all aspects of treasury risk management.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work with all levels of staff including senior management.
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