Capital Management Analyst

I am interested in a Capital Management Analyst role at a BB that is centered around risk weighting assets for the purpose of Basel III. Can anyone provide any insight on this role? From my understanding, it seems like they support the more glamorous forecasting / analysis roles within treasury. Is this pretty much all reporting or is there some modeling / analysis that you would be able to build and take elsewhere?

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The candidate will join a dynamic environment that offers numerous opportunities to learn, grow, impact and drive changes for the Company. In particular, the candidate will:

  • Support the capital planning process across multiple legal entities by preparing risk-weighted assets forecasts for the purposes of capital adequacy assessments, recovery planning, resolution planning, etc.

  • Support weekly integrated financial outlook production process for the Parent Company

  • Support enhancement of the capital management process, including better connectivity across business areas and legal entities

  • Develop business partnering skills and cross-functional knowledge through interactions with other capital management teams as well as Risk Management, Corporate Strategy; Global Liquidity Management, Global Stress Testing and Global Recovery & Resolution Planning

  • Gain knowledge on various risk-weighted assets calculation and reporting regimes and their implications for the Company     

-Responsible for finance activities around regulatory capital reporting analysis and/or forecasting to support the Bank's Capital Planning Initiatives. Must have a solid understanding of Basel III.
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Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Comments (6)

Dec 31, 1969 - 7:01pm
Torontonian90, what's your opinion? Comment below:

What is Capital Management (Originally Posted: 04/01/2012)

Hi WSO monkeys:

Excuse my ignorance, but can anyone shed some light on what exactly Capital Management is? What the job entails?

I know it is very broad, and probably include a whole bunch of stuff like hedge funds, Asset Management etc. But how is it different from the others?

Thanks in advance.

Dec 31, 1969 - 7:05pm
DRX, what's your opinion? Comment below:
swagon:
it's essentially city planning - you manage and do strategic planning for state capitals e.g. Tenton, NJ or Phoenix, AZ
Do they generally get involved in implementation as well, or is it primarily pure strategy?
Dec 31, 1969 - 7:06pm
swagon, what's your opinion? Comment below:
DRX:
swagon:
it's essentially city planning - you manage and do strategic planning for state capitals e.g. Tenton, NJ or Phoenix, AZ
Do they generally get involved in implementation as well, or is it primarily pure strategy?
both. there's free ice cream too so that's a perk.
Dec 31, 1969 - 7:04pm
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