Deutsche Bank

CFO – Treasury – LCR / NSFR Specialist – AVP

Job description

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January 23, 2024

Treasury is part of the Finance division with the Group Treasurer reporting to the Group CFO. The function is responsible for the sourcing, management and optimisation of liquidity and capital to deliver high-value risk management decisions. This is underpinned by a best-in-class risk framework that enables Treasury to identify the Bank’s resource demands, set incentives by allocating resource costs to businesses and manage to evolving regulation.

Treasury’s mandate, which encompasses the Bank’s funding strategy, Asset and Liability management (ALM) and management of liquidity reserves, supports businesses in delivering on their strategic targets at global and local level. Treasury manages the optimization of all financial resources to implement the group’s strategic objective and maximize long-term return on shareholders’ equity. The Group Treasurer is based in London and the Treasury function operates across the globe with major hubs in Frankfurt, London, Singapore and New York.

The Liquidity and Treasury Reporting & Analysis (LTRA) APAC team within Treasury is responsible for Internal and Regulatory liquidity risk reporting, data analysis and Regulatory Liquidity Interpretation services for APAC locations. This role will be primary focused on Interpretation of Basel aligned standards of local liquidity metrics such as LCR and NSFR, for the various individual APAC locations, together with supporting in the analysis of various country liquidity metric reports.

The successful candidate will be an experienced, independent and self-motivated contributor to the LTRA team in Treasury. This role will be primary focused on Interpretation of Basel aligned standards of local liquidity metrics such as LCR and NSFR, for the various individual APAC locations, together with supporting in the analysis of various country liquidity metric reports. As the person will lead various efforts on behalf of LTRA in APAC, the role demands excellent communications kills, keen attention to detail, strong numerically literacy, and the ability to build relationships and manage a wide variety of stakeholders, including Business Heads, Liquidity Risk Management, Finance Reporting teams, and other Treasury LTRA teams.

Responsibilities

Based in Singapore, the candidate will be responsible for:

  • Providing regulatory liquidity interpretation services and advice to stakeholders on APAC country LCR / NSFR regulations, in alignment to Basel III guidelines.
  • Managing stakeholder engagement – must be able to properly articulate interpretation guidance to a wide range of stakeholders including (but not restricted to): Risk, Finance, Business Leads, in a manner that is easy to understand.
  • Author and maintain interpretation documents for LCR and NSFR across Treasury APAC locations.
  • Prepare for and manage the APAC Liquidity Regulatory Interpretation Forum (ALRIF)
  • Coordinate with Global Interpretation team to ensure alignment and consistency of interpretation standards.
  • Manage the framework for Governance and Controls of liquidity interpretation, to the reporting implementation process.
  • Tracking of regulations interpretation to reporting implementation of decisions made.
  • Significant level of ad-hoc analysis on liquidity related topics for the LCR/NSFR reports.
  • Contributing ideas and making proposals for further enhancement to liquidity related topics.
  • Working closely with peers in the other major Treasury hubs to ensure consistency of approach and sharing of best practices and ideas
  • Lead various efforts in the LTRA space in APAC, balancing between the global & local requirement.
  • Assist to drive and Implement global projects in APAC
  • Drive innovation process to automate processes and enhance data analysis capability.

Job requirements

  • Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in a relevant financial discipline
  • 5+ years of relevant experience (or equivalent track record) in reading and understanding regulatory regulations, specifically LCR and NSFR, preferably in a financial institution (Treasury experience is a bonus).
  • Good understanding of various banking and financial products and their liquidity implication
  • Hands-on in documentation of regulations interpretation, together with documentation maintenance and upkeep
  • Data and numerical analysis background and programming knowledge
  • Experience in leading implementations of projects involving multiple dependencies and stakeholder groups.
  • Excellent communication, presentation and problem-solving skills
  • A history of taking initiative, being pro-active and ability to work independently.