The banking sector finds itself in a complex and dynamic playing field. Embedded within constant flows of money, data, and technological innovations, financial institutions are pressurized to mitigate financial risk and comply with new legislation from national and international regulators. As a business consultant, you’re involved in those assignments that challenge your quantitative and analytical capacities to solve the regulatory, business and IT sides of a puzzle.
You help our clients to merge their finance & risk functions, processes and operational models. With your vision, insights and in-depth analysis, you support various project teams in implementing improvement processes and technological solutions in the field of finance & risk. How should banks interpret the regulatory requirements of IFRS9? And what does it mean for the business and IT landscape? What parameters define a compliant risk model? How should financial institutions strategically match their assets and liabilities to achieve greater efficiency while also reducing risk? You conduct thorough analysis, trace deviations, perform risk assessments and find out what is needed to mitigate risk. In addition, you’re analyzing data, laws and regulations and translate market developments into customer propositions. And together with your team, you participate in bids to win new assignments. Depending on our clients’ needs, your tasks and responsibilities will be different with every new assignment in either credit risk, regulatory reporting, modeling, or ALM.
You'll be part of the Go to Market Banking Practice that consists of around 65 colleagues and represents a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of business technologies in the financial services sector. The practice is divided into four knowledge domains that bring a focus to our expertise so that we can provide clients with specific advice in the areas of 1) core banking & lending systems, 2) payments, 3) cards & digital payments and 4) financial risk & compliance. Team work, knowledge sharing and a pleasant working climate are important values for us. We’ll make sure that you’re not on your own. Especially during these times of primarily working from home. During weekly team meetings, we’ll be discussing your pending projects and pay special attention to your struggles and successes. Apart from that, we frequently organize drinks either virtually or in real life so we can talk about life outside work.
You are reliable and easily connect with new people. You stay sharp and keep asking questions because you want to get to the bottom of things. In addition, you’re an analytical person, and you have a structured and a careful way of working. Performing analysis requires a good understanding of the variety of different financial, regulatory and risk requirements introduced to banks by the Dutch and European Central Bank. In addition, you are familiar with financial risk management, policy and analysis, and drawing up reports. Because analysis is primarily based on data, you might have some affinity with modeling and monitoring data for correctness, completeness and consistency. In addition, you have: