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Vice President, Credit Portfolio Risk

  • Toronto, ON
  • Full Time

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  • Work closely with industry specialists, country risk managers, credit review / analysis staff and relationship managers to determine and evaluate potential risks.
  • Broaden your market perspective and understand emerging risks through collaborations with market counterparties. Improve workflows and data gathering / sharing through partnerships with units such as finance, compliance, legal and IT. Support long- and short-term planning, new product development, ALM and risk management meetings.
  • Network within the industry through meetings, events and involvement with trade organizations to better understand emerging risk trends and credit products.
  • Establish relationships with auditors and regulators to better understand their concerns and reduce potential compliance issues.
  • Display an advanced understanding of credit markets and risk analysis to create models, risk ratings, loss estimates and risk management strategies.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of credit structuring. Stay abreast of product trends in order to hedge, syndicate and sell credit positions.
  • Use knowledge of finance and accounting to help quantify outcomes for transactions and positions.
  • Combine with credit knowledge to maximize risk-adjusted returns on the portfolio.
  • Apply advanced modeling and analytical skills to create meaningful measurement and reporting on key risk exposures.
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of information technology and project management, in order to best partner with colleagues in data gathering and monitoring.
  • Communicate analytical data effectively