Independently provides expertise to the policy writing, liquidity assessments, analytical research, data gathering, calculations, modeling and forecasting related to controlling the risks associated with capital 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. Typically specializes in Capital Management and Planning, etc. and/or oversees the full scope of activities for assigned region/entity(ies). Assists in the management of of subsidiary entities’ capital management framework. Collects financial data, validates, and populates various capital management. Runs the model/analyses for capital stress testing, including but not limited to the annual CCAR exercise. Ensures models are functioning as expected; troubleshoots and reports on unexpected/undesired results. Contributes to discussions with key stakeholders to improve alignment with the Capital Planning and Management framework. Develops approaches for enhancing measurement and reporting. With management, leads the development of policies and procedures related to the model(s) and underlying assumptions, limitations. Prepares 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. 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 capital. Often represents the Bank in interactions with applicable regulators. Anticipates changes in the regulatory environment and the business; conducts applicable research and makes recommendations for responding to emerging/changing regulatory requirements affecting Capital. Conducts special projects and ad-hoc analyses/reporting as requested. Often serves as a project lead, engaging peers across the Bank and providing task oversight. No direct reports. Provides project leadership, including informal performance management of assigned project teams. May contribute to the technical direction of discipline. Contributes to the achievement of functional objectives. Advice has 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. Degree in math, engineering, statistics, computational finance or economics preferred. MBA, CFA, or CPA/CA preferred. 10-12 years of total work experience preferred. Experience with capital stress testing, capital management, capital planning or financial planning within large complex financial organizations preferred. BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans. Primary Location:
United States-Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh Internal Jobcode:
Corporate Treasury-HR06004 Requisition Number: