Skip to main content

This site functions best with JavaScript enabled

Search Jobs

Associate, PPNR & Analytics

Apply Req ID: 2002822 Date posted 09/11/2020
Associate, PPNR & Analytics-2002822

Description

The Associate, Financial Planning & Analysis will work with the PPNR & Analytics team to perform complex data analysis using advanced modeling software, design forecasting strategies, develop statistical models, execute and manage the ongoing maintenance of PPNR model inventory. S/he will liaise with key stakeholders, develop forecasting methodologies, support stress testing and strategic planning efforts, and fulfils regulatory reporting requirements.

Responsibilities:
  • Development, implementation and execution of PPNR forecasting and stress testing models
  • Support data acquisition, modeling design, development, validation, implementation, monitoring and reporting
  • Work with stakeholders across various departments (Business Finance, Model Risk Management, Risk, Capital, Technology & Operations etc.) to effectively address data, process, model, analytics and policy gaps involving PPNR models and expert judgement methodologies
  • Produce and maintain robust documentation of all PPNR models, related processes and controls
  • Develop analysis to support assessment and challenge of the forecasting approach/assumptions and present adequate information to facilitate effective challenge at senior management levels
  • Perform ad-hoc analyses to effectively address key stakeholder concerns and explain forecasts generated for regulatory reporting and strategic planning purposes
  • Optimize existing reporting framework by adopting efficient techniques to automate manual processes
  • Develop robust internal controls for the PPNR forecasting process
  • Contribute toward the planning centralization effort by successfully collaborating with stakeholders in business finance, risk, treasury, accounting, etc

Qualifications

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree: Mathematics, Statistics, Financial Engineering or equivalent field
  • Master's Degree: Mathematics, Statistics, Financial Engineering or equivalent field preferred
  • 5-9 years’ work experience in a quantitative/analytical role in banking or financial services industry
  • Technical Qualifications & Skills: programing experience in SAS, SQL, VBA, R;
  • Strong Proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word
Competencies:
  • Demonstrated financial modeling knowledge and skills with strong analytical, qualitative, and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills; ability to interact effectively with all levels in the organization.
  • Strategic and analytical thinker, with a passion for pro-actively devising and implementing effective solutions to complex problems
  • Detail oriented with the ability to research, organize and analyze financial data.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet strict deadlines.
  • Possesses a fundamental understanding of regulatory requirements and impact thereof
  • Fosters a good working environment and embraces team spirit; works towards shared goals by contributing ideas and accepting change
  • Anticipates and plans for changes in work schedules and assignments

Job

:Financial Planning & Analysis

Primary Location

:Massachusetts-BOSTON-75 State Street - 06366 - State Street-Corp

Other Locations

:United States

Organization

:Chief Financial Officer (8455)

Schedule

:Full-time

Job Posting

:Sep 11, 2020, 3:30:12 PM

Apply

Featured Jobs

View All of Our Available Opportunities

Your Jobs

You currently have no jobs saved.

Work in Boston

Check out where you could be working if you apply.

About this location

Get the Scoop

Keep your finger firmly on the pulse. Sign up, and you'll receive news, updates and alerts for the newest Santander roles as they become available.

already signed up? click here