Vice President, SEC4352593

Location(s) US-TX-Dallas
Job ID
2020-64641
Schedule Type
Full Time
Level
Vice President
Function(s)
Risk Management
Region
Americas
Division
Global Markets
Business Unit
Global Liquidity Products/Risk
Employment Type
Employee

MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

Vice President with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in Dallas, Texas.

 

Work Schedule: 40 hours per week (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS

Duties: Vice President with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in Dallas, Texas. Role primarily helps to support the execution of the divisional Comprehensive Capital Analysis Review (“CCAR”)/Dodd Frank Annual Stress Test (“DFAST”) processes, including analysis of projections and documentation, as well as help drive long-term process improvements. Compile and collect revenue, balance sheet, RWA (Risk Weighted Assets) and other projections relating to Securities Division trading activities. Conduct analysis for senior management including consolidation of results and completion of templates, linkage of results across metrics and back-testing results against actuals. Work closely with regulatory strategists and business managers to develop quantitative revenue and balance sheet models using various statistical and other modeling techniques. Prepare presentations for senior management and internal committees. Assist in compiling documentation requirements for CCAR/DFAST, including process and methodology, summary of results, and challenge and approval process. Interact with regulatory agencies; prepare written responses to regulatory inquiries and requests for information; and present overview of CCAR/DFAST results and methodologies to regulatory agencies. Assist with implementation and testing of technology tools and infrastructure to help collect, store and report on CCAR data; and develop and enhance internal reporting and business intelligence vendor platforms, such as Qlikview and Tableau. Coordinate with controllers, corporate treasurer, risk managers and other professionals or teams focused in global franchise management.

 

Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (U.S. or equivalent) in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Finance or a related field. Six (6) years of experience in the job offered or in a related position. Prior experience must include four (4) years of experience with: Project managing complex and time sensitive, regulatory initiatives across divisions, global regions and financial products to meet regulatory agency deadlines; Utilizing visualization tools, such as Qlikview or Tableau, to analyze large sets (5,000+ rows) of financial data pertaining to regulatory requirements; Reviewing regulatory reporting data to confirm accuracy and completeness before sending to regulatory agencies, identifying issues with reporting and implementing solutions; Building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across numerous functions; Using Microsoft Excel functions, including Vlookup and Pivot Tables, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) coding; and Creating presentations on regulatory topics for senior stakeholders using Microsoft PowerPoint. Prior experience must include one (1) year of experience with: Executing CCAR/DFAST for Securities Sales & Trading businesses at a Global Systematically Important Bank (GSIB) that is subject to both quantitative and qualitative review by the Federal Reserve; Presenting CCAR/DFAST results and analysis to senior management; Utilizing statistical approaches such as ordinary least squares regression or financial pricing models to develop quantitative projection models for businesses trading Equities and FICC products; Supervising junior professionals when performing analysis on regulatory financial data and managing regulatory projects across numerous functions to remediate reporting issues; and Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with senior divisional management. Required to travel to New York approximately twice a year to attend meetings with Federal Examiners.

ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS

ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS


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