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Governance and Risk Planning Lead

  • Location: New York, 10013
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 26 days ago

Grow your career as a Governance and Risk Planning Lead with an innovative global bank in New York, NY. Long-term contract with excellent growth potential. Will be required to work onsite 2-3 days per week.
  • Contribute to the definition and documentation governance and control requirements for target state global forecasting processes, including drafting policies and procedures.
  • Contribute to the design and implementation of an integrated policy structure for Planning, spanning strategic, business, and capital planning.
  • Structure and conduct workshops with senior stakeholders across Finance to agree on interim and end state governance and control requirements to achieve Planning transformation program objectives and related regulatory remediation efforts.
  • Build partnership with Finance COO and global/regional FP&A, Capital, Treasury, Risk, Strategy, and business stakeholders for their participation in the design and implementation of governance requirements.
  • Develop oversight capacity for MCAs across Business Planning teams and define SMPs and/or EMPs for Business Planning processes.
  • Lead efforts for the identification and enhancement of key controls and ensure monitoring tools are appropriate and effective to identify control deficiencies.
  • Lead coordination of regulatory and audit engagements of Business Planning as needed.
  • Provide project management and execution support to remediation and Transformation efforts related to governance and controls.
  • Report issues and trends for management follow up - summarize and present analysis in concise, thought-provoking and action driven manner.
  • Lead the preparation of materials to governance and control forums (e.g., BRCC).
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience with financial forecasting processes for a regulated financial services firm, through one or more lens of FP&A, CCAR, Treasury, Capital management, Risk Management or other related discipline.
  • Knowledge and experience with documentation, governance, risk management and control requirements and best practices for financial forecasting processes.
  • Experience in writing policies and procedures, preferably for planning processes.
  • Proficient computer skills with a focus on Microsoft Office applications.
About our client
Our client stands as one of the worlds most renowned global banks and trusted brand with over 200 years of continuously evolving financial services. Its teams provide unique insights to more than 200 million clients and enable progress all over the world. While growing your career, you will work alongside some of the smartest minds in the industry who are excited to share their knowledge and to learn from you.

Candidates will be responsible for following the client's COVID-19 protocols. Please refer to your MATRIX representative for specifics.

About Us

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