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Associate / AVP, Liquidity Risk Management

  • New York, NY
  • Full Time

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Office Status: Hybrid
Salary: $95,000 – $140,000


  • Compile a suite of daily and monthly liquidity risk related reports for the US Operations, with a key focus on banking entities (FBO Branch and IDI subsidiary) as well as broker dealer and derivative swap dealer entities.
  • Monitor liquidity risk and ensure adherence to the liquidity reporting framework and Risk Appetite Statement for all entities in the Mizuho US Operations by measuring daily activity versus established liquidity risk limits.
  • Consolidate subsidiary and branch liquidity data into cohesive presentations for senior management committees, governing bodies, and working groups.
  • Assist with other team initiatives such as automation/enhancement of current reporting suite, refresh of Liquidity Stress Testing assumptions, etc.
  • Assess liquidity impacts of prospective products and businesses as part of the New Product Approval Process.
  • Liaise with senior management in the US and Head Office (HO) in Japan on Liquidity Risk matters.