We are: CFO-Enterprise Value, and we give finance execs the sounding board they need. Value isn’t just about maintenance. It’s about zeroing in on smart, sustainable ways to grow, and finding the right tools to keep everything on track. We’ve got the deep industry experience, the functional insights, the data power, and the digital tech leadership to help our clients make important changes. Whether we’re breaking down meaningful analytics, designing the perfect finance platforms, implementing intelligent operating models, or building from current risk and compliance models to get ready for the future, we solve our clients’ toughest problems. Visit us here to find out more about CFO-Enterprise Value (https://www.accenture.com/us-en/main-cfo-enterprise-value-index) . You are: A problem-solver and a trusted voice on all things operational risk. A big part of your role is detective work – thinking through risk scenarios, locating vulnerabilities, determining responses, and monitoring progress. It’s a big job, no matter what size the company you’re helping. You’re comfortable making decisions but know when to ask for help. You’re a collaborative team player who’s excited to support the project wherever you’re needed. The work: • Identify, evaluate and respond effectively to operational risks for top-tier financial services organizations globally • Lead or support small project teams, share insights, and use analytics to find new ways of working that put people and process first • Adapt industry best practices and procedures to help clients stay compliant • Interact confidently with all stakeholders, from senior leadership to team members • Work with leadership to determine methods, procedures, and goals on new assignments • Stay on top of how new regulations and technologies affect clients’ businesses – and ours
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Here’s what you need: • 3 years working in risk within a management consulting firm • Minimum 2 years in operational risk management, performing risk measurements, analytics, and reporting within the banking and/or capital markets industries • Minimum 2 years working with Risk and Control Self Assessments (RCSAs), loss data management, scenario analysis, and/or operational risk data modelling and analytics • Bachelor's degree
Bonus points if: • You have a proven track record (at least 3 years) of offering top-notch service delivery, and know how to bring in new business • You have a minimum of 2 years of experience in control testing or audit • You have a minimum of 2 years of experience with risk technology solutions to manage non-financial risk • You’re excited to work in the world of information systems • You’re a wiz with presentations and fearless in the face of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel • You thrive in a fast-paced, high-energy, go-team environment
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