Description du poste

At Societe Generale, you will be joining the Finance division of Global Banking & Investors Solutions (GBIS), one of the three pillars of SG that brings together Corporate and Investment Banking activities, Private Banking activities, Asset Management and Investor Services. This division oversees the quality and delivery of financial statements for GBIS, the independent certification of financial data for various activities, and also provides day-to-day explanations on profit and loss for market activities.
Description of the Business Line
Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB) represents the wealth management arm of Societe Generale, managing over EUR 110bn of assets. SGPB is a worldwide private bank with a strong European base, offering wealth management solutions to entrepreneurs and High Net Worth Individuals.
Kleinwort Hambros is part of the SGPB network, offering specialist banking and wealth management services to domestic and international clients through the UK and related offshore markets (Channel Islands and Gibraltar).
You have the opportunity to join as a VIE within the Asset & Liability Management (ALM) department which sits within the Finance division and works closely with the Treasury department. The team provides expert resources in the fields of managing interest rate, FX and liquidity risks at the balance sheet level, all of which can present significant threats to the safety and soundness of the bank. The team is responsible to meet the liquidity requirements to balance supply and demand of money and capital to sustain the growth. Moreover, the team coordinates the implementation of Head Office (Paris) guidelines regarding liquidity, capital management and the implementation of ALM indicators in the systems of Societe Generale.
Summary of the key purposes of the role
Assist the ALM team with:
• Analysis of the evolution of liquidity risk and structural risks (interest rate and foreign exchange risks),
• Daily monitoring of the structural risks (interest rate and foreign exchange risks),
• Analysis of liquidity ratios relating to ALM (LCR-Liquidity Coverage ratio),
• Contribution to the documents for the ALM Committee and the Product Pricing Committee.
Summary of responsibilities
• Validation of Kleinwort Hambros’ ALM indicators (liquidity gap, structural interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk, LCR) with the team in charge of their production, before their publication in the systems of Societe Generale,
• Analysis of the monthly evolution of liquidity indicators (liquidity gap, liquidity ratio (LCR)),
• Analysis of the monthly and quarterly evolutions of the structural interest rate risk,
• Contribution to the monthly monitoring of the structural interest rate risk with ALM & Treasury teams,
• Analysis of the quarterly evolution of the foreign exchange risk,
• Contribution to the documents for the
o ALM Committee,
o Product Pricing Committee,
• Participation to the implementation of ALM indicators in the systems of Societe Generale.
Graduate with a Master’s degree from Business/Engineering School or University in Mathematics/ Finance.
You are fluent in English. You have good command of MS Office applications.
• Communication skills for written and verbal presentation (English, French),
• ALM skills (developed during his Education or first professional experience),
• Analysis and synthetic abilities,
• Accurate and possess critical and problem solving skills,
• Reliability,
• Numeracy,
• Planning, Organising and respect of dead line,
• Team spirit and collaboration,
• Ability to work with different departments (Treasury, Regulatory team, Risk, Finance, Project team) and multi-location (London, Paris, Luxembourg),
• IT competencies (Excel, word, power point,VBA, SQL)
The VIE assignment in a nutshell
This VIE in London is to begin as soon as possible but you need to plan 3 months between your application date and the beginning of your VIE assignment. It will last 12 months.
The VIE is a specific contract, under Business France’s eligibility criteria, opened to candidates under 28 and from the member states of the European Economic Space. For further information, please see .
To facilitate the examination of your application by our English-speaking managers, we thank you for applying in English.
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