Intern Placement ? Risk Analyst on Capital Market Transactions ? 12 Month Contract

  • 02 juin
  • England - Greater London
  • Stage
CA CIB UK
Crédit Agricole CIB is the Corporate and Investment Banking arm of the Crédit Agricole Group, the world?s n°13 bank measured by Tier One Capital (The Banker, July 2018).
The Bank offers its clients a comprehensive range of products and services structured around six major divisions.
Key Responsibilities
Management, monitoring & control of counterparty risk for Capital Market exposures booked in London as well as for electronic platforms


Contribute to RPC Projects in close relation with Head Office (including NAPs)


Perform analysis and studies to enhance the monitoring and control set up


Produce reports to monitor Capital Market Activities including Give up trades (Daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports/reconciliations)

Perform the Accounting vs Risk reconciliation
 
Principal Accountabilities
Participating to RPC HO projects / IT studies around Counterparty risk processes and systems to either follow the business strategy or improve the overall risk data quality


Producing reporting of any breaches of capital markets limits, either locally at the LCMC ? London Credit Committee ? or RPC HO level (CRCOM).
Including follow-up of Do Not Deal counterparts, Frozen limits?


Monitoring the credit limits for FX electronic platforms in coordination with GMD and GIT


Representing RPC internally on risk related topics (workshops, committees, E-Business initiatives?)


Compliance with all rules and regulations, internal as well as external

Timely completion of all mandatory trainings (compliance, financial security?)

Cooperation with Permanent Control, Audits, internal as well as external, and timely implementation of all recommendations.

Perform the Accounting vs Risk reconciliation
Legal and Regulatory Responsibilities
Comply with all applicable legal, regulatory and internal Compliance requirements, including, but not limited to, the London Compliance manual and the Financial Crime Policy.

Maintain appropriate knowledge to ensure to be fully qualified to undertake the role.
Complete all mandatory training as required to attain and maintain competence.

Degree educated to level 2:1 or above.