Operations Control & Risk (OC&R) Analyst Operations Control & Risk (OC&R) Analyst …

Credit Suisse
in Raleigh, NC, United States
Permanent, Full time
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Competitive
Credit Suisse
in Raleigh, NC, United States
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Competitive
Credit Suisse
Operations Control & Risk (OC&R) Analyst
We Offer
Analyst role positioned in Raleigh in the Control Services team within the Operations Control & Risk (OC&R) Department. Our mission is to provide valuable services & continuous improvements through effective delivery, monitoring of key controls & risk projects to help support risk mitigation across Group Operations. The Analyst will be a member of the Americas team and part of a Global team across London, New York, Singapore, and Pune.

The Analyst will serve as a representative for key risk projects by establishing requirements, providing innovative & control-minded ideas, actioning accordingly in partnership with all key partners, communicating status updates to senior management, and implementing an efficient and strategic solution.

Key responsibilities:
  • Perform the SEC Rule 17a-13 Quarterly Security Count to manage risk by advising, supporting, & challenging those who are accountable for the financial, reputational & regulatory risks
  • Educate, challenge, and ensure compliance with Regulatory requirements; Face off with internal & external auditors on audit reviews and exams
  • Strategically design, develop, and implement various initiatives to create a monitoring compliance framework to the Funds/Asset Transfer Policy governing the investment banking business
  • Spearhead Security User Access projects to provide risk identification, remediation plans, and implementation for strengthened User Access controls and/or to meet regulatory commit
  • Promote improved risk awareness and control within Group Operations, with appropriate alignment to bank-wide standards


Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.

You Offer
  • Degree in Finance, Business, or other field with strong interest in working in the Financial Industry
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills with the ability to articulate complex operational risk issues in a structured, targeted, concise, and impactful manner
  • Creative, control, strategic, and inquisitive mindset to question status quo, analyze & research problems, and provide solutions / ideas to resolve
  • Delivery focused and inventive with a proven ability to successfully identify resources and complete tasks at a high standard
  • Strong attention to detail and able to prepare, maintain and collate documentation for regulatory purposes
  • Proactive/self-starter who always maintains a positive personality in accepting challenges and excelling in all aspects
  • Intermediate PowerPoint & Excel required as baseline skills (advanced skills preferred)

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