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Information Services
ALM Liquidity Analyst
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The Bank of New York Mellon | Pittsburgh, PA
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Job Description

The analyst will work in the Asset Liability Management team within Corporate Treasury, focusing on liquidity risk management. The primary responsibilities of the analyst include preparation and review of analytics related to liquidity risk management including but not limited to liquidity forecasts for stress testing, the development of liquidity assumptions and ad-hoc analysis related to the liquidity impact of business initiatives. The analyst will work on regulatory related initiatives such as CLAR as well as review and update of internal policies and procedures within the liquidity risk management framework. The analyst will also have direct interaction with risk management related to liquidity.

* To fulfill this role, the analyst will be required to:
* Prepare and develop analytics related to liquidity risk management (LCR, NSFR, LST, etc.)
* Collect and evaluate the firm data in preparation of financial forecasts
* Collect and develop analysis related to regulatory initiatives such as CLAR
* Development of various liquidity related policies and procedures
* Develop ad-hoc liquidity analysis
* Interaction with risk management related to liquidity related initiatives


* Undergraduate degree in Economics, Accounting or Finance with 2+ years of related experience (5+ Preferred)
* An MBA or CPA is preferred. Knowledge of LCR, NSFR as well as broad knowledge of Liquidity Risk Management Framework
* Knowledge of advanced accounting and finance concepts and analysis techniques, and the ability to apply them in a broad business area.
* Ability to provide concise, written reports/memorandums.
* Ability to make effective oral presentations.
* Ability to understand and design financial models

Additional skillset includes (preferred but not required): analysis of corporate financial statements, business process modeling and understanding of a complex financial institution; quick learning capacity; poise under pressure; strong quantitative and qualitative skills; ability to synthesize large amounts of data and deduce conclusions from data gaps; works effectively in a co-located team environment; interacts comfortably with staff at all levels; displays a willingness to challenge conventional thinking.

Candidate is expected to work independently with minimal supervision and to develop into a highly trained professional with a well-balanced understanding of the company's range of activities. Leadership aptitude will be of essence in order to guarantee completion of task on a timely manner.

BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.

Primary Location: United States-Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh

Internal Jobcode: 30978

Job: Finance/Accounting

Organization: Corporate Treasury-HR06004

Requisition Number: 1800390

About The Bank of New York Mellon

The Bank of New York Company, Inc. (NYSE: BK) is a global leader in providing a comprehensive array of services that enable institutions and individuals to move and manage their financial assets in more than 100 markets worldwide. The Company has a long tradition of collaborating with clients to deliver innovative solutions through its core competencies: securities servicing, treasury management, investment management, and individual & regional banking services. The Company's extensive global client base includes a broad range of leading financial institutions, corporations, government entities, endowments and foundations. Its principal subsidiary, The Bank of New York, founded in 1784, is the oldest bank in the United States and has consistently played a prominent role in the evolution of financial markets worldwide.