• Competitive
  • Raleigh, NC, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Credit Suisse -
  • 20 Mar 19

U.S. Regulatory Risk Analyst # 124859

We Offer
Key responsibilities:
  • You will maintain an up to date repository of US regulatory rules applicable to CRO.
  • You will generate practical perspectives on the applicability of rules and regulations across risk functions and translate them into guidelines and operational requirements.
  • You will challenge existing firm practices based on regulations and regulatory guidance.
  • You will build standards of risk materiality (e.g., definition of material regulatory risk).
  • You will provide ongoing educational briefings of material regulations and rules to risk owners.
  • Risk assessment, prioritization and confirmation of identified remedial actions with respective owners.
  • You will regularly draft and disseminate bulletins covering regulatory developments affecting Credit Suisse.
  • You will prepare management information reports summarizing regulatory risk items and the firm's interactions with regulators.
  • You will serve as the single point of entry for communications from US Regulatory Affairs, mobilizing the appropriate internal partners to respond to queries, drafting strawmen presentations to initiate the response. Influence agendas where appropriate and feasible.
  • You will prepare reporting to demonstrate compliance with various regulations, including but not limited to the Volcker rule.
  • You will develop procedure manual of the self-assessment process for US RRM.

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

You Offer
Desired skills:
  • A background in legal or financial services (0-2 years).
  • You have advanced degree in business, law, or a related field, Juris Doctor preferred but not required.
  • Good organizational skills in the context of managing own activities and supporting those of relevant teams.
  • You have the ability to focus on details and identify larger patterns and issues.
  • SharePoint experience
  • A dedicated and engaged team member who has a positive attitude towards team work, but is also able to work independently.
  • Knowledge/experience with compliance and risk issues in financial services businesses and processes.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.