Fifth Third Bank Quant Analyst II. in Chicago, Illinois
Fifth Third Bank is one of the top-performing banks in the country, with a heritage that spans more than 150 years. We've staked our claim on looking at things differently to making banking a Fifth Third Better. This applies to our relationships with customers and employees alike.
We employ about 18,000 people, and what we offer is:
# A chance for employees to build their future, with supportive career development and financial wellness programs.
# An environment where we win together. We celebrate achievement and work collaboratively. We're also a three-time Gallup Great Workplace honoree.
# An invitation to impact lives in a positive and lasting way. Everything we do is geared toward improving lives. That's fun and exciting.
It comes down to the fact that Fifth Third is a warm and caring place to with which to grow # as a customer or as a team member.
At Fifth Third Bank, the Finance division is a diverse function that includes Accounting, Business Planning and Analysis, Treasury, and Corporate Finance professionals, among others. Together this team supports and executes the internal financial operatio ns of the organization.
In Finance, we are responsible for delivering timely, accurate, and relevant fiscal information to support key business initiatives. Our involvement is critical to business advancement and is driven through the corporate profit planning process, ensuring financial regulatory compliance and maintaining the Bank's accounting policies and procedures.
At Fifth Third, the Finance team is committed to developing our leaders of tomorrow while creating an enjoyable and supportive work environment at an elite, public corporation.
GENERAL FUNCTION: The Quantitative Analyst II is responsible for following established guidelines and identifying and resolving problems. Individual at this level is expected to use some independence of thought but to refer more complexproblemstosupervisors or other experts. Individual would be expected to contribute to work flow or process change and redesign, and to form a strong basic understanding of the specifies product or process. May also be accountable for regular reportingorprocessadministration as owner.
Responsible and accountable for risk by openly exchanging ideas and opinions, elevating concerns, and personally following policies and procedures as defined. Accountable for always doing the right thing for customers and colleagues, and ensures thatactions and behaviors drive a positive customer experience. While operating within the Bank's risk appetite, achieves results by consistently identifying, assessing, managing, monitoring, and reporting risks of all types.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
.Provide quantitative support throughout the Risk or Treasury divisions.
.Implementation, modeling, and validation of quantitative models including PD, LGD, ALM, CCAR, QRM, MRM and Economic Capital.
.Provide ongoing support to the development and implementation of quantitative and statistical models.
.Developing, maintaining, and back testing models to support respective LOBs.
.Responsibility for ad-hoc reporting requests for quantitative modeling.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
.Bachelor's college degree (Masters degree preferred) in quantitative analytics, economics,
statistics, engineering or a related area.
.Minimum 3 years of experience in statistical/econometric modeling and database management.
.Strong verbal and written communication skills
.Strong analytical skills.
.Ability to present a professional image.
.Ability to work in a team environment.
.Ability to multi-task and to be flexible.
.Experience with Microsoft office products, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook is
necessary. Experience with SAS, R and VBA is preferred.
.Prior management experience and evidence of leadership is a plus.
Fifth Third Bank is proud to have an engaged and inclusive culture and to promote and ensure equal employment opportunity in all employment decisions regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military status, veteran status or any other legally protected status.