Director | Credit Risk Transformation

Date:  23 Jul 2024
Location: 

Sydney, NSW, AU

Department:  Risk Advisory
Description: 

Job Requisition ID: 35850 

 

• Flexible work arrangements - work in a way that suits you best

• Access to our Deloitte Families Hub with resources and tools
• Mentoring programs – receive support and coaching to progress your career

 

Do you want to help some of the largest, most interesting Financial Institutions in the world predict, adapt and respond effectively in an everchanging regulatory environment?
 
Companies face a period of unprecedented complexity, including regulatory change, business disruption, emerging technologies, and ever-increasing customer expectations. Deloitte is here to make an impact that matters by helping solve complex risk and regulatory issues for our globally strategic clients. Our work extends across the full lifecycle of financial services, to transform complex business requirements into practical, implementable solutions. By re-imagining the way organisations can quickly identify, evaluate, manage risk, and deliver on regulatory change, we create:
•    a more transparent, efficient, and compliant world that ultimately ensures customers get fair outcomes
•    opportunities for our clients to take risks, so that they can grow and transform in a responsible way
 
In response to the growing demand for our Financial Services Risk and Regulatory Advisory Services, we are looking to hire a Director to join us in Sydney, delivering market leading advice and practical solutions that make a material impact to our clients, our people and society.  We are looking for Directors with 6-10 years’ experience either in industry or with professional services firms, both globally and here in Australia.
 
If you’re an ideas person, problem solver and a hands-on doer, who loves to collaborate, you’ll thrive here.
 
We invest in our people, so you will have access to leading training and development opportunities, allowing you to develop both personally and professionally.
 
Some of the work we do includes:
•    Design regulatory strategy assessments to analyse requirements and challenges across the current future regulatory horizon
•    Define and implement strategies and governance frameworks to identify, manage and mitigate future regulatory changes
•    Identify, idealise and implement value and efficiency creating solutions to credit and market risk challenges
•    Drive technological transformation and innovation to solve complex challenges in risk, regulation, conduct and compliance 
•    Support clients navigate regulatory and risk challenges
•    Transform the ways clients leverage people, technology, data, business processes and controls, to better manage risks and optimise processes 
•    Working both autonomously, and closely with colleagues and Partners to bring the best of our global network and thought leadership to clients, manage large change and business remediation programs, and respond to the requirements of key regulatory bodies
•    Devise and deploy effective communication strategies and supporting materials

 

About the team 
People working across a wide range of industries and the public sector, our team advise, implement, and deliver analytics to support decision-making. Our team is an inclusive, dynamic, and growing team committed to driving innovation, delivering client outcomes, and making an impact that matters. The strength of our team lies in the diversity of the background and skillset of each member, fostered in a collaborative environment.
 
Enough about us, let’s talk about you.
You may have all or some of the following skills / experience: 

•    Experience in any of the following:
 o Reviewing / Implementing regulatory requirements from APRA/ASIC with a focus on prudential regulations
 o Risk reporting and analytics with a good level of understanding of credit risk factors (PD/LGD/EAD), regulatory/economic capital or IFRS9
 o Automation on reporting/credit decisioning process/collection management and/or lending transformation
 o Ability to turn data into actionable insights via a story

•    Consulting experience, including but not limited to:
o Experience in leading projects and coaching others to deliver outstanding results; the position will be a leadership role within the Sydney-based team
o Proven ability to manage administration across multiple engagements
o Proven ability to drive business, with a primary focus on large Sydney banks

 

Why Deloitte?  
At Deloitte, we focus our energy on interesting and impactful work. We’re always learning, innovating and setting the standard; making a positive difference to our clients and our society. We put coaching at the heart of what we do, helping our people grow their careers in any direction – whether it be up, moving into something new, or even moving across the world.   
  
We embrace diversity, equity and inclusion. We have a diverse collection of people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. What binds us together is a shared commitment to value everyone’s perspective and to cultivate inclusion; so that our work environment is a safe space we can all belong.  
   
We prioritise flexibility and choice. At Deloitte, you get trust on Day 1. We know our people get their best work done when they’re in control of where and how they work, designing their work week around their client, team and personal commitments. 
  
We help you live and work well. To support your personal and professional life, we offer a range of perks and benefits, including retail discounts, wellbeing leave, paid volunteering days, twelve flexible working options, market-leading parental leave and return to work support package.  
 
Next Steps
Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now, we’d love to hear from you!

 

By applying for this job, you’ll be assessed against the Deloitte Talent Standards. We’ve designed these standards so that you can grow in your career, and we can provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider.