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Business Analyst - Credit Risk/US GAAP Impairment (6261)

Posted on May 17, 2019 by iET SA

Zürich, Switzerland
Information Technology
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Contract/Project

For a project at our clients site, an international bank based in Zurich, we are looking for a:

Business Analyst - Credit Risk/US GAAP Impairment

Your Qualifications:

  • Several years' experience in working within impairment projects (IFRS 9 or US GAAP ) in the banking industry
  • Excellent understanding of credit risk from a reporting and workflow perspective as well as a proficient understanding of front to back processes and current regulatory requirements
  • Experience in designing operating models and processes control functions
  • Strong skills in data analysis, gap analysis, and data validation
  • Reliable, analytical and flexible personality with a structured and analytical approach to work independently under tight timelines
  • Solution oriented and self-motivated, with the ability to prioritize workload and manage multiple tasks with organizational skills
  • Fluent in English
Your Responsibilities:
  • Represent CRM IWM in the group-wide project, ensure that CRM IWM requirements are met and CRM IWM deliverables successfully delivered
  • Design of the E2E BAU US & Swiss Banking GAAP impairment business process from a CRM IWM perspective coordinating with several SMEs covering several lending products and locations
  • Identify best practice and lessons learned from FAS 5 and IFRS 9 to help deliver a streamlined and efficient business process
  • Work closely with relevant CRM IWM SMEs to understand any local (regulatory) requirements and to ensure these are addressed in the overall Business Requirements Documents (BRD) and in the E2E business process
  • Identify risk attributes and data fields including sourcing with target to minimize manual CRM IWM tasks
  • Design, coordinate and get involved in UAT and parallel run testing activities
  • Support drafting of new/updated procedures & manuals from a CRM IWM perspective
  • Support transition into BAU covering resourcing discussion, documentation, and training
  • Identify, analyze and mitigate risks and issues impacting project delivery from a CRM IWM angle
  • Provide updates to key stakeholders in CRM IWM, including senior management

Off to new destinations! Apply now directly or contact our consulting team at (see below).


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