R0210940 CFO- Singapore TMI Pool Trader -VP

Deutsche Bank
Singapore, Singapore
12 Jan 2023
26 Jan 2023
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Description

The Capital and Liquidity Management ("CLM") Manager provides advice and guidance to functional colleagues and relevant internal stakeholders on capital, liquidity, balance sheet, asset and liability exposures, risk weighted assets (RWA), funding maturity profile, cash flow projections and legal and regulatory dimensions, for the effective management of financial resources. They will devise strategies and tactical measures to optimise funding for the bank, managing asset and liability mismatches in the liquidity pool and implement appropriate hedging strategies to manage risk. They will ensure that appropriate controls are in place to manage capital/liquidity/earning risk, in line with the bank's risk appetite and regulatory requirements. Where relevant, they may develop and execute risk management strategies and manage risks within authorised limits. They may also develop and execute the bank's issuance plans and / or devise and maintain structures to improve the liquidity of business assets.

The CLM Manager typically manages a team of CLM Analysts/Specialists to deliver support for run-the-bank (RTB) and change-the-bank (CTB) activities, ensuring appropriate business coverage and resource prioritisation.

Additional Job Description

Details of the Division and Team:

Treasury is part of the Finance division with the Group Treasurer reporting to the Group CFO. The function is responsible for the sourcing, management and optimisation of liquidity and capital to deliver high-value risk management decisions. This is underpinned by a best-in-class risk framework that enables Treasury to identify the Bank's resource demands, set incentives by allocating resource costs to businesses and manage to evolving regulation.

Treasury's mandate, which encompasses the Bank's funding strategy, Asset and Liability management (ALM) and management of liquidity reserves, supports businesses in delivering on their strategic targets at global and local level. Treasury manages the optimization of all financial resources to implement the group's strategic objective and maximize long-term return on shareholders' equity. The Group Treasurer is based in London and the Treasury function operates across the globe with major hubs in Frankfurt, London, Singapore and New York.

Key Responsibilities:

Based in Singapore, the candidate will be responsible for:
  • Managing the Bank's daily liquidity pool funding and cash management in line with the risk appetite (e.g. market, credit and liquidity risk limits) via external unsecured funding, inter-branch funding, central bank open market operations and daily central bank placement
  • Where applicable, issuing and raising unsecured, stress-compliant liquidity via external market / clients (communication, coordination with Sales)
  • Managing collateral and statutory reserve portfolios (e.g. held as T-bills, bonds, central bank cash etc)
  • Managing mismatches in term profile of assets and liabilities in the local liquidity pool, including hedging interest rate risk in pool and collateral portfolio, in accordance with Treasury governing principles for transfer pricing and liquidity risk
  • Updating and applying internal transfer prices i.e. daily bid and offer curves across all currencies and tenors
  • Liaising with and communicating transfer pricing methodologies and transaction specific funding charges to businesses, taking account of local specifics vs. global
  • Assisting businesses in achieving their objectives within the Bank's risk management framework
  • Devising strategies and tactical measures to optimise funding, including management of the liquidity pool and associated risks. Where relevant, they may develop and execute risk management strategies and manage risks within authorised limits.
  • Supporting regional funding strategies and overall treasury risk management. There are opportunities to assume additional responsibilities covering other APAC locations, depending on the candidate's experience

Your skills and experience:

The candidate should have:
  • 7+ years of relevant experience across Treasury, Markets or related functions, with strong understanding of cash / liquidity management aspects
  • Experience dealing local / regional Money & Derivatives Markets (local currencies and key global currencies) to manage the bank's overall cash and liquidity position
  • Experience managing / leading a team to meet the challenges presented by a fast paced, constantly changing work environment

Role is required to be performed on-site at One Raffles Quay office. Relevant vaccination requirement applies.
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