Risk and Financial Analyst (Supervisor) - Credit Union Supervision
Bring your financial institutions expertise and leadership skills to this unique opportunity
Salary $63,200.00 - $87,600.00 annually
The Financial Institutions Commission (FICOM) regulates the financial services and pension sectors in British Columbia. This regulation is designed to protect the public against the insolvency of financial institutions and pension funds, prevent improper market conduct by financial institutions and their intermediaries, and provide deposit insurance for members of BC credit unions.
The Risk and Financial Analyst, Supervision works with a team of other professionals across FICOM to examine, monitor and assess the financial soundness, business strategies, and risk profile of financial institutions. This includes evaluating inherent risks of business functions, including credit risk, market risk, operational risk, and strategic risk. They review financial reports, business models, governance frameworks, macro-economic drivers, and significant activities of an institution, in order to maintain updated and accurate risk profiles for financial institutions in British Columbia.
The Analyst is familiar with the legislation and policies related to the Credit Union sector in British Columbia and writes high quality briefing notes and risk-based documentation for internal and external stakeholders. Analysts collaborate with staff across FICOM including Policy and Regulatory staff, other provincial and regulatory bodies, as well as interacting with staff, senior management and Board members at BC Credit Unions. If you are a progressive and innovative business professional with comprehensive knowledge of financial analysis and risk management techniques, consider this exceptional career opportunity.
Qualifications for this role include:
Post-secondary degree in a field related to business, finance, law or equivalent.
3 years of experience in financial analysis or business advisory or internal audit or risk management.
Preference may be given to applicants that have:
Experience preparing professional documentation including reports, briefing notes, presentations etc. to senior management teams.
Experience specializing in one or more of the following functions: credit risk management, market risk, operational/compliance risk, liquidity management, financial and business analysis, treasury, corporate strategy, regulation.
Experience in the financial services or professional services sector.
Post-graduate or relevant certified professional qualifications.
Experience in database management or advanced Excel skills.
For more information and to apply by March 15, 2019, please go to:
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