Citi is seeking a highly skilled and motivated professional to join the International Treasury team as Risk and Control Lead Analyst. A central coordination team is responsible for supporting International and Regional Treasurers in the implementation of key initiatives across their international teams, covering business analytics, liquidity, and interest rate risk as well as Risk and Control initiatives and overall International ALCO governance framework.$113,840 - $170,760 a yearFull-time
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Drive a consistent Margin Lending In-Business Risk & Control Environment for Project Cardinal. Qualification, Experience and Skills:Minimum of 10 years' relevant experience of working within a risk, control, compliance, or audit function.$163,600 - $245,400 a year
You will work closely with various stakeholders to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, manage internal audits, handle project and issues management, and provide expertise in model risk ternational Treasury is responsible for the optimization of Balance Sheet management and Governance of all of Citi's non-US legal entities across 80+ countries, including delivering the Citi ALCO and Treasury agenda across all non-US regions.InternApply NowUpdated 2 days ago
Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 10 days ago
Expert understanding of operational risk management, best practices and control initiatives. Business Risk & Control. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries ("Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities.
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