About Risk function
Risk function (CRO) purpose is to partner with the business to seek strategic, balanced, and compliant returns on risk that reflect the appetite of the bank.
Bank enablement: Forward looking & dynamic decision making with single point of accountability building on a simpler operating model and advanced capabilities – fully aligned with the bank's strategy and risk appetite.
Risk and control management: Operational excellence, comprehensive client risk management with improved control effectiveness & efficiency, and a consistent control framework across all risk stripes.
People management: Culture of accountability, meritocracy; operating leverage via strengthened platform alignments – especially in the tech, data and enabling functions of the organization.
Protecting our capital is conducted via following activities:
Explore variety of risk types
Perform exposure calculation to a wide variety of products and programs across the Bank
Measure and monitor risk, perform advanced analyses on the bank’s position in the industry
Drive continuous enhancement and efficiency improvement
Evaluating risk as part of the Quant team using:
Financial modelling, Quantitative finance and time series analysis
Functional programming (.NET, Python), system engineering, distributed system design & development
About the Graduate Program
The two-year full time graduate training program starts in August and offers an extensive two-year training, which you will gain diverse knowledge and experiences.
First year will be focused on providing you with on-the-job training, covering financial and banking topics and services, crucial personal and business skills, core regulatory and risk related topics. During the second year, we will teach you how to create personal development plan, explore and improve your interpersonal skills and communication style.
If you decide to join the Quant team, you will have opportunity to develop your quantitative and software development skills, including:
C#, F# programming.
Python programming and financial modeling.