Assistant Treasurer - Group Head of Liquidity Management Assistant Treasurer - Group Head of Liquidity  …

Barclay Simpson
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 20 Aug 19
Competitive
Barclay Simpson
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 20 Aug 19
Competitive
Barclay Simpson
A leading FTSE 100 insurance business is now looking to recruit an Assistant Treasurer to take responsibility for Liquidity Management. Reporting to the Group Treasurer, you will be accountable for the management of the Group’s liquidity position including the management of liquidity risks and the development of the cash investment strategy.

A leading FTSE 100 insurance business is now looking to recruit an Assistant Treasurer to take responsibility for Liquidity Management. Reporting to the Group Treasurer, you will be accountable for the management of the Group’s liquidity position including the management of liquidity risks and the development of the cash investment strategy. 

 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Delivery and development of the Group Liquidity and Funding Risk Policy.
  • Development of the Group’s liquidity strategy, including the Contingency Funding Plan and, together with the Group Head of Funding, supporting the Group Treasurer in delivering the Group’s funding strategy.
  • Responsibility for liquidity reporting including internal MI, Board papers and regulatory reports.
  • Developing a strong relationship with the PRA in respect of the Group’s liquidity management framework.
  • Advising the Group Finance Director and other members of senior management, as well as the Group’s Capital Allocation and Liquidity Committee and the Group’s Contingent Liquidity Committee on the liquidity risk impact of major regulatory, accounting, competitive and economic changes.

Requirements:

  • Relevant experience in corporate treasury and liquidity risk management within the insurance or banking industries.
  • Detailed knowledge of the life insurance sector including insurance IFRS and regulatory reporting.
  • Proven analytical skills including spreadsheets.
  • Relevant qualification (MCT preferred).
  • Qualified accountant (desirable).
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