We have a vacancy in our First line of defense support department at Credit Suisse (Luxembourg) S.A. and we are looking for
Senior Business Risk Officer.
You will mainly cope with risk issues related to the depository bank and the investment funds business. The focus of your activities is the identification, reporting and monitoring of risks.
You will work closely together with management and colleagues from COO office and other international Credit Suisse offices.
Fostering the risk culture within the organization as part of the first line of defense support team.
Proactive identification of potential risks in processes / structures.
Compilation and on-going development of risk reports to key stakeholders and present to authorized management.
Challenging the effectiveness of the risk framework, incl. assessments of weaknesses, suggestions of corrective measures, and monitoring the implementation of risk mitigation measures.
Assessment and analysis of operational incidents and lessons learnt.
Provide subject matter risk advise to strategic and regulatory projects. Mainly in the area of investment fund and depository bank business.
Performing of regular controls and conducting of special risk reviews upon request of Management.
An interesting, challenging position in a striving, highly motivated, multicultural team, acting in a dynamic and international environment in the first line of defence support.
A broad variety of career opportunities.
An attractive compensation package, including social benefits.
Strong technical skills and several years of experience in risk management / control functions.
Knowledge of the Luxembourg regulatory environment.
Dedication and proactive, result-oriented, self-reliant, team player working attitude, and capability to cope with a demanding environment.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and ability to communicate complex issues to the target audience.
Fluency in English (verbal and in written), advanced knowledge in German and / or French would be considered an advantage.