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Liquidity and FX Manager

  • Location: London
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job type: Contract/Temp
  • Job reference: GM171708
  • Sector: Insurance
Job Description

Offered as an initial 6 month contract, as Liquidity and FX Manager, this is an opportunity to embed your strong Treasury expertise within a dynamic environment. As a member of the Treasury team, you will be primarily responsible for managing the firms Liquidity, FX and Collateral risk.

 

Responsibilities:

Liquidity Management & Reporting

  • Manage the liquidity of portfolios while optimising income generation
  • Report Liquidity Risk metrics (LCR and Surplus)
  • Oversee and steer the firm’s collateral management activities

FX Management & Reporting

  • Reduce FX risk and ensure compliance with the FX risk appetite of the company
  • Minimise the impact of foreign exchange movements on SII position and IFRS results
  • Report FX Risk exposures (SII and IFRS)

Balance Sheet Management

  • Treasury New Deal due diligence (e.g. Liquidity, FX and Collateral risk)

    Treasury Governance

  • Oversight and steering of Funding & Liquidity Risk Management and IGT Standards
  • Oversight and steering of FX Management Policy

Treasury IT

  • Manage the Treasury IT framework that supports Liquidity, FX, Funding and Cash reporting / forecasting
  • Maintain a consistent IT landscape

 

Requirements:

  • Post-graduate qualification (MBA, ACT, CFA, CIMA etc.) with at least 5 years of relevant Treasury experience in Insurance or Banking
  • Thorough understanding of liquidity and FX management & reporting, bank account management, and international funds flows
  • Knowledge of financial and accounting principles, including IFRS
  • Ability to analyse financial data
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