Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The role will be a member of the GLM Banking Products team with a primary focus on liquidity analysis and assessment with respect to Banking products (deposits, loans and commitments) and counterparty classification.
Specifically, this role will:
  • Become a liquidity subject matter expert with respect to deposits, loans and commitments
  • Understand and assess key liquidity stress assumptions that are used to manage day to day risks and how daily business flows will impact liquidity metrics
  • Maintain liquidity stress models in line with Qualitative Model Risk Management standards
  • Engage with the Lines of Business, Risk and other key stakeholders to ensure appropriate liquidity considerations
  • Analyze new business initiatives and products to assess their liquidity and funding risks
  • Interpret and respond to new regulations impacting liquidity
  • Develop and enhance processes and controls around counterparty classification across uses cases and reports
  • Support other ad hoc projects within Liquidity Management
Required Skills:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Business or related field - or related work experience
  • 4+ years of industry experience working with financial products
  • Active experience liaising with stakeholders across diverse enterprise functions
  • Energetic and self-motivated. Candidate should have a strong intellectual curiosity
  • Ability to drive project goals across functions with minimal oversight
  • Strong quantitative background including Excel modeling
  • Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal

Desired Skills:
  • Understanding of Bank regulations, including Basel, FDIC, FRB and OCC liquidity requirements
  • Experience working with Banking Products
  • Liquidity risk management or Treasury experience


Job Band:
H5

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
2000
--> Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The role will be a member of the GLM Banking Products team with a primary focus on liquidity analysis and assessment with respect to Banking products (deposits, loans and commitments) and counterparty classification.
Specifically, this role will:
  • Become a liquidity subject matter expert with respect to deposits, loans and commitments
  • Understand and assess key liquidity stress assumptions that are used to manage day to day risks and how daily business flows will impact liquidity metrics
  • Maintain liquidity stress models in line with Qualitative Model Risk Management standards
  • Engage with the Lines of Business, Risk and other key stakeholders to ensure appropriate liquidity considerations
  • Analyze new business initiatives and products to assess their liquidity and funding risks
  • Interpret and respond to new regulations impacting liquidity
  • Develop and enhance processes and controls around counterparty classification across uses cases and reports
  • Support other ad hoc projects within Liquidity Management
Required Skills:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Business or related field - or related work experience
  • 4+ years of industry experience working with financial products
  • Active experience liaising with stakeholders across diverse enterprise functions
  • Energetic and self-motivated. Candidate should have a strong intellectual curiosity
  • Ability to drive project goals across functions with minimal oversight
  • Strong quantitative background including Excel modeling
  • Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal

Desired Skills:
  • Understanding of Bank regulations, including Basel, FDIC, FRB and OCC liquidity requirements
  • Experience working with Banking Products
  • Liquidity risk management or Treasury experience


Job Band:
H5

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
2000
Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The role will be a member of the GLM Banking Products team with a primary focus on liquidity analysis and assessment with respect to Banking products (deposits, loans and commitments) and counterparty classification.
Specifically, this role will:
  • Become a liquidity subject matter expert with respect to deposits, loans and commitments
  • Understand and assess key liquidity stress assumptions that are used to manage day to day risks and how daily business flows will impact liquidity metrics
  • Maintain liquidity stress models in line with Qualitative Model Risk Management standards
  • Engage with the Lines of Business, Risk and other key stakeholders to ensure appropriate liquidity considerations
  • Analyze new business initiatives and products to assess their liquidity and funding risks
  • Interpret and respond to new regulations impacting liquidity
  • Develop and enhance processes and controls around counterparty classification across uses cases and reports
  • Support other ad hoc projects within Liquidity Management
Required Skills:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Business or related field - or related work experience
  • 4+ years of industry experience working with financial products
  • Active experience liaising with stakeholders across diverse enterprise functions
  • Energetic and self-motivated. Candidate should have a strong intellectual curiosity
  • Ability to drive project goals across functions with minimal oversight
  • Strong quantitative background including Excel modeling
  • Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal

Desired Skills:
  • Understanding of Bank regulations, including Basel, FDIC, FRB and OCC liquidity requirements
  • Experience working with Banking Products
  • Liquidity risk management or Treasury experience


Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40
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