Assistant Vice President; Quantitative Finance Analyst
Bank of America
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Work with the Loss Forecasting team, identifying ways to improve dashboarding capabilities and save time throughout the loss forecasting process.
Support automation and process improvement activities that support broader GRA Operational Excellence goals.
Maintain related infrastructure and processes that enable forecasts and analytics together with Operations team.
Provide support to the Bank’s stress testing, financial planning, and risk management activities.
Identify needs and requirements from the Consumer Loss Forecasting team to improve the group’s ability to generate insights and understand portfolio risk and forecast reasonability in an efficient manner.
Document and communicate quantitative methods and operational processes as part of an ongoing engagement with key stakeholders.
Identify and organize strategic change efforts across the forecasting team, including new dashboard deployment and analytical capability development across various use cases.
Use Tableau to develop drill-down dashboard capabilities and summarize risk management trends for Executive stakeholders.
Leverage enablement tools such as Alteryx to drive process efficiencies through automation.
Analyze large, complex financial dataset with programming tools such as SQL, SAS, Python and R.
Use CCAR/DFAST process to support stress testing requirements.
Develop and analyze consumer behavior / risk management / loss forecasting trends for use in Executive Reporting.
Assess process improvement status updates and overviews to loss forecasting stakeholders as a means to drive visibility into department-wide automation opportunities.
Master's degree or equivalent in Mathematics, Statistics, Analytics, Finance, or related; and
2 years of experience in the job offered or a related quantitative occupation.
Must include 2 years of experience in each of the following:
Using Tableau to develop drill-down dashboard capabilities and summarize risk management trends for Executive stakeholders;
Leveraging enablement tools such as Alteryx to drive process efficiencies through automation;
Analyzing large, complex financial dataset with programming tools such as SQL, SAS, Python and R;
Using CCAR/DFAST process to support stress testing requirements;
Developing and analyzing consumer behavior / risk management / loss forecasting trends for use in Executive Reporting; and,
Assessing process improvement status updates and overviews to loss forecasting stakeholders as a means to drive visibility into department-wide automation opportunities.
The employer will accept pre- or post- Master's degree experience.
EMPLOYER: Bank of America N.A.
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40