A Central London Bank with a small to medium size team in the UK. Due to growth, from the introduction of new services, the regulatory team is now split between capital and liquidity and therefore there is a need to hire a Liquidity Manager. The role will initially be a 6 month contract whilst they review the structure of the department. You will take responsibility for the full suit of reports and lead the process for liquidity.
The bank is committed to providing a progressive environment where staff can learn and develop whilst having a balance between work and their personal lives. This role would work with a regulatory manager that specialises in capital and you will report to an experienced CFO, who is knowledgeable in liquidity.
Main responsibilities in Liquidity
Assist with daily liquidity and associated stress reporting
Extensive liaison with Treasury, Risk and the Business
Assist with the provision of effective communication to stakeholders
Assist with obtaining ALCO approval for all liquidity policies
Ensuring the Bank’s Liquidity policies reflect current practice and meet all internal and external requirements
Quarterly Stress Test Reviews
Assist with inputs into ILAAP, ICAAP and RRP on Liquidity and Capital stress testing
Work closely with the CFO and the strategy team
wider regulatory team may need ad-hoc assistance from time to time. This would include the production, analysis and submission of the statistical returns required by the Bank of England, supervisory returns for the PRA and European Banking Authority
Overall, the focus is on liquidity and offers the opportunity to get involved in wider duties.
You will have experience in a regulatory reporting function with a background in liquidity and an accountancy Qualification. Previous experience of working with the regulators and a good knowledge of treasury and banking products is also key.
The role is currently working from home. However, they plan for the business to be back in the office full time in the future. The office is based near to Bank Station in Central London. They offer flexible working hours and are very encouraging of all employees having a work/life balance.