VP of Operational Risk- Front Office

Selby Jennings

New York, United State


27 March 2017

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My client, a tier 1 investment bank is seeking a Vice President of Operational Risk to join their growing risk management team. This individual will assume responsibility for the implementation and continued development of the ORM framework across FX and Equities trading desks. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned Operational Risk individual with in-depth working knowledge of front to back trading processes.


Implementation and continued development of the ORM framework across sales and trading businesses

Assume responsibility for the identification, management, and Reporting of the Operational Risk profile to senior management

Lead oversight reviews of the ORM framework in relation to specific LOB

Lead and execute annual risk assessments

Identification of external and internal Operational Risk events

Act as a trusted partner to business leaders to provide advisory on new products and business initiatives while maintaining the overall risk appetite

Ensure Operational Risk principles are being implemented in accordance with the overall framework.


10+ years within Operational Risk, Product Control, Audit, or Compliance in a Sales and Trading function

Global Banking/ Markets experience a plus

Expertise with front to back sales and trading functions; trade entry to settlements

In depth knowledge with Equities, FX, or Derivatives

Collaborative team player

Leadership experience a plus
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