Description ~70% of full time: TPRM Analyst role, with responsibility to respond, coordinate and supervise responses to due diligence requests from clients and prospects, responsible for information gathering and information provisioning. ~30% of full time: Risk Management Analystrole - coordinating the First Line of Defence Risk Management for TriOptima.
Key responsibilities: The TPRM Analyst position has the following key responsibilities: - Oversee, manage and prioritize incoming requests for information. - Coordinate and supervise responses to due diligence requests from clients and prospects, responsible for information gathering and information provision. - Coordinate audits involving the TPRM department. - Assist in production and maintenance of TPRM related documentation. - Track, coordinate and follow up on continuous improvement tasks;
The Risk Management Analyst position has the following responsibilities: - Scheduling and minuting Risk Committee meetings. - Production of monthly KRI reports and dissemination to TriOptima senior management and board, as well as to Osttra Group Risk Management. - Maintaining TriOptima's RIsk Framework documentation under supervision from the TriOptima Risk Committee. - Ensuring annual reviews of RCSAs and risk appetite are conducted by the business. - Monitor risk items and escalate items which are unassigned or overdue to the TriOptima Risk Committee. - Briefing of senior management on existing, emerging, and potential future risks and actions that can be taken under various scenarios. - Liaise with Osttra Risk Management to ensure alignment of TriOptima Risk Management with that of the Osttra group. - Monitor internal risk events and ensure that risk incidents are reported and follow TriOptima's policies and guidelines. - Assist the TriOptima business with annual risk assessment, assessments for new business initiatives and ad-hoc assessments.
Key skills: In this position the following key skills are of particular importance: - strong administrative skills - ability to communicate effectively and an ability to engage colleagues in a positive and productive manner. - Business minded - understanding business perspective and priorities. - Strong interpersonal skills, ability to establish and maintain strong relationships with a range of stakeholders. - Fluent in English, written as well as spoken. - Ability to work independently and display a high degree of integrity and work standards. - A good command of Risk Management work in regulated companies. - IT proficiency. Willingness to learn new things and quickly grasp new concepts.
Qualifications: - bachelor's degree in business, finance or technology discipline. - minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role.
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