quantitative risk model developer in toronto

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job details

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location
toronto, ontario
job category
Technologies
job type
temporary
reference number
2107832PROEN
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job description

Quantitative Risk Model Developer – 6 months – Toronto – Financial Industry

Are you a model developer working with FRTB? Have you worked closely with stakeholders and business analysts to price derivatives from scratch and build models in C#?

If so, please consider the role below.

Responsibilities:
• Analysis and breakdown of FRTB requirements/equations/mappings into near- ready model designs
• FRTB SA Models (SBM, DRC, RRAO) development and testing.
• Development and testing of FRTB IMA Models (IMCC, Back testing, DRC, NMRF, PLA)
• Support NMRF analysis and design including clarifying risk factors as modellable/non-modellable
• Coding in C# for impact analysis for FRTB Risk Factors (RF)
• Coding in C# for bucketing analysis for RF and impact on P&L attribution test, ES capital, and NMRF

Must have:
Must (as many categories as possible):
• PhD or Master’s Degree in Quantitative Finance/Mathematics
• Experience working on Basel Regulations
• Strong knowledge and development experience in C#
• Exposure to Valuation and Risk Management.

Nice to have:
• MFL knowledge
• Direct experience with testing / mocking framework

• Someone who is able to effectively communicate, and ask questions, someone who is constantly setting goals and achieving them.
We are currently looking for four of these individuals on a new exciting project within the bank, the initial contract will be 6 months but we are anticipating it to go longer. Willing to pay top dollar for the right contractor, someone with over 5 years of experience in the field is ideal.

This role will be closing Thursday Aug 9th at 9am, please submit your resume by then for first wave consideration. Don’t delay apply today!


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