Trustmark

  • Capital Manager

    Location US-MS-Jackson
    Posted Date 3 months ago(3/28/2018 4:12 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-10522
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Job Grade
    16
    FLSA Status
    Exempt
    Working Hours
    Mon. - Fri.; 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
    Job Location: Company
    Treasury Administration - 0038
  • Overview

    The Capital Manager will support the Bank Treasurer in management of the bank’s capital. This includes refinement and management of the capital stress testing process in order to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements. This position will be the point of contact for DFAST communication for Trustmark and will be the key driver in the development and packaging of the annual DFAST submission to the Federal Regulators. The Capital Manager will also manage development of capital allocation to business unit profitability measurement and reporting in order to ensure optimal deployment of capital.

    Responsibilities

    • Continual refinement of the capital stress testing framework that can be repeated consistently over time for multiple scenarios across multiple software platforms.
    • Management of projects with third party vendors and consultants as well as internal resources to ensure efficient and effective support of the capital stress testing framework and business unit capital allocation.
    • Recommend, develop, manage, document and validate multiple stress forecasting models across multiple software platforms to be used in periodic stress testing exercises.
    • Communication with diverse business units and groups throughout the company to ensure understanding and coordination in support of the capital stress testing framework and business unit capital allocation.
    • Documentation and communication of stress model performance for internal and external stakeholders.
    • Communicate complex modeling and statistical concepts to executive management, the board, and regulators to facilitate understanding of business results and drivers.

     

    Qualifications

    • Comprehensive banking industry knowledge including loan underwriting criteria and balance sheet dynamics as well as management of capital, liquidity and interest rate risk
    • Strong working knowledge of statistics
    • Knowledge of SAS and/or SQL preferred
    • Knowledge of asset-liability management software preferred
    • Strong understanding of stress testing, credit risk, financial risk, operations risk and their processes
    • Strong quantitative analytical skills that can be applied to a banking, financial markets, or credit environment with the ability to break down complex problems into a small number of key issues
    • Ability to synthesize stress testing results and understand how they can be solved
    • Proficiency with SAS, R, or Matlab preferred
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to communicate complex analytical issues in understandable terms appropriate for management interactions (regulators, vendors, executives, etc.)
    • Ability to lead various department participants in the identification of key vulnerabilities/risks impacting the bank and its balance sheet

    • Strong project management skills
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (preferably including VBA)
    • Ability to refine and maintain a stress testing framework, a governance structure around the stress testing program, and a standardized stress testing reporting infrastructure as a repeatable process
    • Graduate degree in Economics, Finance, Statistics, MIS Engineering or other technical discipline
    • Minimum seven years’ experience in Public Accounting, Consulting, Banking, or Banking Regulatory Agency
    • Experience presenting complex analysis and results to executive management, board, and regulators
    • Experience in establishing and documenting corporate processes related to Treasury, Credit, Finance and/or Accounting
    • Experience managing support staff

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