Senior Risk Manager – Capital Markets

  • Region: Dublin City Centre

  • Location:

  • Sector: Banking & Finance

  • Contract: Permanent

  • Salary:

  • Reference: 42935_1613415443

About this job

My client – a global financial institution is seeking to hire a Senior Risk Manager to join their Dublin city centre office. In this role you will be responsible for risk oversight of the trading business. You will lead a group that has risk oversight for multiple units, including carrying out analysis and recommendations on limits including utilisation from remote booking, model review, risk reporting, stress testing, valuation, and P&L attribution.


  • Ensure Market and Liquidity risks are identified and assessed in line with risk appetite and limits.
  • Ensure the reported P&L is prudently examined to understand risk taking and valuation issues.
  • Resolve risk and valuation related issues and ensure the portfolios are valued properly.
  • Perform stress testing on covered portfolios including scenario testing and reverse stress testing.
  • Conduct data classification and spot check reviews of relevant regulatory reporting.
  • Conduct model assessment and ongoing review for assigned models.
  • Prepare risk reporting for and present to relevant management and Board committees.


  • Economics/Finance related degree or a quantitative discipline.
  • 5 -10 years related experience in risk management or direct experience in the financial industry.
  • Strong knowledge of risk measurement such as VaR, risk sensitivities, stress testing, and models.
  • Working knowledge of banking regulations relating to capital and liquidity requirements.
  • Solid understanding of Capital Markets products.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills
  • Advanced IT skills across multiple systems MS Excel & Word.

The salary range on offer is competitive and negotiable depending on experience.

For further information and a confidential discussion please contact Conor O’Reilly.

You must be an E.U. Citizen or hold a Stamp 4 visa to be considered for this role.

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