CH&CO is a global consulting firm dedicated to Financial Services.
CH&CO operates in more than 10 cities around the world, including New York, Montreal, Paris, London, Geneva, Hong Kong and Singapore, with over then 200 professional and a steady growth over the last 3 years and an ambitious plan to become a global leading challenger in management consulting specialized in the FS industry.
At CH&Co, each one of us has a direct impact, and takes ownership, in shaping a fast growing management consulting firm.
The New York office CH&CO offers successful candidates long-term career opportunity for a dynamic, upbeat, and meritocratic environment.
To support our growing activity in North America, we are currently looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic expert to join our New York office. We are looking for a consulting professional who wants to develop the risk and global research analytic practice.
Demonstrate capacity to lead projects, manage a team of junior staff.
Participate in the defining and structuring of CH&Co risk and finance advisory service offers.
Working experience in building or working with modeling in pricing and/or risk management, using quantitative tools and techniques to measure and analyze model risks and reach conclusions on strengths and limitations of the model.
Knowledge in the US and or Canadian regulatory Model Risk Management framework is highly appreciated (Dodd-Frank Act, FED SR11-7, OSFI E-23), as well as practical knowledge of a regulatory framework such as Basel III framework, FRTB, CCAR/DFAST or SIMM.
Excellent mathematical and statistical ability to solve financial problems that require a quantitative approach.
Good knowledge of numerical techniques, data analysis techniques, data science (ML / DL).
Excellent coding skills in a computer/statistical programming language (e.g. Python, R, C++…).
Good communication skills with the ability to work with model developers, technology teams, and other internal risk management non-quant staff.
Excellent writing skills.
Academic background and experience
A bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in a quantitative area in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics. MSc., MBA or PhD appreciated but not necessary.
Between 2 to 6 years of experience in Front Office Model Development or Validation role.
Learn from deep subject matter experts through mentoring and on the job coaching.
Be empowered to lead and impact the clients and the firm.