The regulatory landscape for the financial services industry has never been more complex. Our industry leading Financial Risk teams are here to support institutions with some of their most challenging business issues. You’ll work with and learn from experts across Deloitte’s global network, supporting senior clients to achieve the right balance between meeting regulatory requirements and running a commercially successful business. The teams work across the risk and regulatory landscape, including Credit, Liquidity, Market, Counterparty, Model and Climate risk, as well as capital management and structural reform activities. We encourage professional development, and you’ll have the opportunity to gain formal credentials, such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Financial Risk Management (FRM) or Certificate in Quantitative Finance (CQF) qualifications.
Financial Risk is split into four teams:
Traded & Quantitative Risk: We focus on risk and capital modelling for traded risk (market risk & counterparty credit risk) at investment banks, commercial banks and capital markets firms. We also assist firms in development, review of model design and implementation, extensions and remediation, regulatory waiver applications, and analysing the impact of new and upcoming regulation on regulatory capital.
Treasury, Liquidity & Capital Management : We help to address a range of challenges including risk management through governance and Funds Transfer Pricing, optimising operation models and infrastructure, implementing liquidity capital reporting requirements and addressing credit risk regulations.
Structural Efficiency: We respond to the needs of our clients in addressing regulatory and commercial demands on their business. Key elements include Operational continuity, Ringfencing , Legal entity restructuring, Booking models and Recovery and resolution plans.
Credit Risk Measurement: We specialise in quantifying financial risks and improving risk management more generally. While the team largely focuses on credit risk, we have significant depth across financial, non-financial and operational risks, including climate-related financial risk.