Capital Market Specialist

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Job #: 14945
Status: Inactive / Filled
Title: Capital Market Specialist
Job Location: Connecticut
Base Compensation: $110,000 — $130,000
Total Compensation: $110,000 — $130,000
Benefits: Health, Dental, strong 401K, and many more
Is Employer Willing to Relocate?: Yes
Other Relocation Information: Standard relocation
Employment Type: Full Time / Direct Hire
Job Categories: Bank Operations; Capital Markets; Finance
Industries: Banking


Well known national bank in downtown Boston has two openings for Capital Market Specialists. Join an organization that offers excellent growth potential, strong compensation and benefits package.


This position is responsible for leading/participating in reviews and evaluating the effectiveness of capital markets risk management practices at financial institutions. The incumbent may also provide leadership or assistance in support of national supervision program management. As needed, assist in the formation of supervisory policy related to specific areas of capital markets risk management. Responsibilities: 1) Leads or supports the oversight of functional areas and business (e.g., asset/liability management, liquidity management, treasury, and trading activities) at our largest and most complex institutions, or challenging assignments. 2) Maintains liaisons with institution management, as well as with CPCs, System risk specialist, and other regulatory agencies; primarily assists with, but may also lead, the preparation of the supervisory strategy and risk assessment for capital markets related activities and may selectively participate in the vetting of scopes and findings relating to their particular risk specialty area. The candidate will participate in out-of-district assignments to enhance peer perspective and personal development. 3) Maintains an intermediate to high-level of technical expertise and current knowledge of regulations, trends and developments related to specialty businesses and products, related risk management techniques and management information systems, and audit and internal controls associated with capital markets related activities. 4) Maintains a sound understanding of industry trends, emerging issues and peer risk management practices through participation in supervision related activities and attending formal training classes and relevant industry conferences. 5)In collaboration with CPCs and examiners-in-charge (EICs), leads or participates in risk-focused reviews of capital markets related activities, providing written observations and findings appropriate for inclusion in supervisory reports. Conducts meetings with senior management and/or the board of directors of financial institutions which may involve complex issues. 6) Evaluates the effectiveness of management, and influences their actions through satisfactory relationship management and interpersonal skills as well as effective negotiation and conflict resolution. Effective in obtaining possible changes to operating policies or practices while maintaining positive relationships with key stakeholders, though some senior assistance may be required. 7) Demonstrates good judgment and well-reasoned decision making in situations that may involve complex issues, public scrutiny, market reactions, and potentially adversarial circumstances. 8) Serves as a System and Department resource by leading or participating on high-level projects, workgroups, and strategic initiatives. As needed, provides expert commentary on proposed revisions to policy and procedures. Limited managerial or advisor related responsibilities outside of EIC assignments. Provides mentoring or training primarily to lesser experienced staff members. Will contribute to a positive work environment.


1) Knowledge and experience normally acquired through, or equivalent to, the completion of a Master's degree 2) A minimum of 3 - 7 years of related work experience. 3) Appropriate industry certifications a plus. 4) Must be a commissioned examiner or possess equivalent experience. 5) Ability to travel is required. Up to 25% 6) Position is limited to "Protected Individuals" due to the position having access to confidential information. Protected individuals include but are not limited to: U.S. Citizens, U.S. Nationals, and lawful permanent resident aliens (green card holders) who are eligible for and seeking United States citizenship within a certain timeframe.

Preferred Qualifications:
1) 4+ years experience 2) Commissioned examer or equivalent experience 3) Experience in capital markets


Certified Bank Auditor; Certified/Chartered Financial Analyst; Certified Fraud Examiner

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