This role would suit someone with a background in internal audit in a large organisation with an interest in Treasury. The successful candidate will be accountable for the audit plan and development of the audit team while maintaining on overall view of the function and its efficacy. With excellent communication skills and ability to develop, maintain excellent relations with stakeholders, senior management and your audit team, the Director of Treasury Audit will be committed to raising standards within their own team and the organisation as a whole.
Proven experience and understanding of control, risk and regulatory issues for liquidity and capital risks. With knowledge of funds transfer pricing and rates submission process as well as an understanding of capital supply versus capital demand and RWA calculations.
Experience with stress testing modelling and those models relating to Liquidity and Capital.
Understanding of the correlation between liquidity buffers, hedging activities and related risks. As well as a parallel understanding of regulatory and financial reporting impacts.
Knowledge of BIPRU and US regulatory requisites over liquidity management and reporting.
Proven experience managing and developing relationships with executive management and team members in a large matrix organisation.
With appropriate qualifications and excellent communications skills, you must have proven experience planning and implementing strategic initiatives.
Considerable experience leading and developing teams as well as maintaining excellent relationships with senior management and stakeholders to effect change and meet targets.
Previous experience in a treasury role with international experience.