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Risk Manager, VP

New York, NYACG Resources

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Vice President, Financial Risk

Enterprise Risk Management

New York, NY

Job Summary:

The Vice President - Financial Risk, reports to the SVP and CRO, and is primarily responsible for performing various Enterprise Risk Management Program activities for the Bank as a whole under the direction of the SVP and CRO.  This encompasses responsibility as part of the second line of defense for the enterprise-wide risk assessment process and related updates and monitoring with respective departments and business owners on their Risk & Control Self-Assessments (RCSAs), as well as ongoing monitoring and assistance with reporting on enterprise risks to senior management and the Board. 

The Vice President – Financial Risk, is responsible for and involved in the preparation of ERM Metric Dashboard reporting.  He/she monitors Corporate Governance (e.g., policies & procedures impacting their particular areas of risk); updates and reporting in conjunction with the ERM policy & procedures, as well as the Risk Appetite Statement, all as it relates to Financial Risks in particular.

The Vice President – Financial Risk, is responsible for having an understanding of the audit and regulatory findings impacting their Financial-related risks and their respective RCSAs, along with the respective business owners, and the impact of such findings on the state of controls and related inherent, control and residual risk ratings within the RCSA process.  This is viewed as a key element to the RCSA process and overall enterprise-wide risk assessment reporting overseen by the SVP and CRO.


Additional Responsibilities:

  • In connection with the institution's enterprise risks as defined in the ERM Policy & Procedures, this position may be asked by the SVP & CRO to assist or participate in other key activities and committees in the Bank as considered appropriate in the circumstances, particularly those matters related to Financial Risk.



  • Bachelors Degree  and 10+ years of relevant combined audit, regulatory, compliance and/or financial experience; CPA certification preferred.
  • Proven ability to perform stress testing activities in regards to credit portfolios and credit risk.

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