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16 Jun 2022

Full-Time Specialist, Capital Management (Treasury/ALM)

BNY Mellon – Posted by Mekhidae15 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

Job Description

With minimal supervision, provides expertise to the policy writing, liquidity assessments, analytical research, data gathering, calculations, modeling and forecasting related to controlling the risks associated with assets, liabilities, liquidity funding, capital and IRR management. Interfaces with internal and external stakeholders and continues to build a broad range of knowledge spanning the range of treasury, capital and asset and liability categories across the organization and its varied products/services. May specialize in a category such as Intraday Liquidity, Deposit Liabilities, Interest Rate Risk, Currency Risk, Capital Management, etc. May provide support in managing the local/regional production and submission of Treasury related information to legal entity governance committees. Collects financial data, validates, and populates various capital management, IRR, liquidity and asset/liability models or analyses. Runs the model/analyses, conducts liquidity stress testing and reports on results. Ensures models are functioning as expected,, troubleshoots and reports on unexpected/undesired results. Escalates unprecedented or complex issues to more senior team members/management. Internationally, reviews and analyzes standard capital and asset liabilities management activities. Ensures legal entities are in compliance with their regulatory and/ or internal liquidity metrics. Leads standard/routine projects and participate in discussions with investment and asset liability professionals on allocation decisions and risk management. Contributes to the development of policies and procedures in line with regulatory requirements and Corporate guidance related to liquidity, capital and IRR aspects including underlying assumptions and limitations to risk management framework. Ensures alignment to liquidity risk position and any regulatory requirements. Develops and documents liquidity self-assessments and liquidity funding contingency plans. Contributes to reports that provide clear and accurate analyses and that identify and track risks. Ensures proper controls on the quality and integrity of reports produced for senior management and ALM committee processes. Reviews work with more senior professionals to improve own work. Cultivates relationships with peers in the businesses, Risk Management, Finance and Corporate Treasury to ensure efficient collection of data/model inputs. May provide advice on specific business decisions that will affect liquidity, capital or interest rate risk. Monitors the regulatory environment, conducts applicable research and makes recommendations for responding to emerging/changing regulatory requirements affecting ALM, Capital or Liquidity Funding. Conducts special projects and ad-hoc analyses/reporting as requested. No direct reports. Provides leadership to less experienced team members, guiding and coaching them on their work accuracy and quality. Begins to provide project leadership. Contributes to the achievement of functional objectives. Advice may have direct impact on the risk or financial position of the entity(ies) supported. Modified based upon local regulations/requirements.


Bachelor‘s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. MBA or CPA preferred. 5-7 years of total work experience preferred. Experience with financial forecasting, stress testing, balance sheet analysis, and or capital analysis within large complex financial organizations preferred.  Candidate will assist in the capital management of the corporation and key domestic banking subsidiaries.  They will participate in providing daily capital analysis, and support for key management presentations, including for the Board of Directors.  Key teammate for stress testing, including CCAR and internally developed stress tests.   Help coordinate subsidiary capital action approval, including those actions requiring committee and Board approval.  Assist on managing the bank holding company cash flows, including debt planning to fund capital actions.

BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.

Our ambition is to build the best global team – one that is representative and inclusive of the diverse talent, clients and communities we work with and serve – and to empower our team to do their best work. We support wellbeing and a balanced life, and offer a range of family-friendly, inclusive employment policies and employee forums.

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Job expires in 81 days.

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