Reporting to the CRO, the Enterprise Risk Analyst will be accountable for developing and maintaining the enterprise and regulatory risk framework, the board risk tolerances and coordinating the quarterly risk report. Using sound business decision principles, the Enterprise Risk Analyst will work closely with the CRO and Executive Leadership to ensure successful execution on the strategic plan.
To deliver these goals, the Enterprise Risk Analyst will assist the CRO and work alongside other business leaders to identify and mitigate risks with the primary focus of improving overall financial and service performance through the design and implementation of mitigation strategies.
What you'll do
- Policy development: Responsible for the development of the enterprise risk framework and ensures alignment of strategic priorities.
- Regulatory compliance: Maintains regulatory framework and ensures all activities comply with sound business practices, legislation, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Risk mitigation: Ensures open communication with internal auditors and other corporate partners in the area of internal control, fraud management, regulatory compliance and loss prevention; oversees stress testing to ensure adequacy of models and scenarios; develops the quarterly risk report; liaises with internal training to develop risk training and ensure training is complimenting maturity of the organization.
- Enterprise and business development: Ensures the safeguarding of the organization, its members reputation and assets by identifying and managing threats to the achievement of its business objectives; maintains and manages the business continuity plan for the group.
What you'll need
- Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst designation CERA
- A minimum of 3 years post designation qualification experience in financial services industry or in a risk focused role
- Knowledge of the following: financial analysis, business planning, financial modeling, internal controls, OSFI regulations
- Well-developed understanding of enterprise risk principles with a financial institution, including knowledge of credit, liquidity and cyber risk
- Strong leadership skills (communications and change management) with the ability to influence others within the organization
- Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills (in French and English), with the ability to interact effectively and build long-term relationships with a wide variety of stakeholder
A little bit about us
At Assumption Life, we value the development of our employees in diversified and inclusive work teams that foster creative thinking and innovation.
Assumption Life is deeply committed to its community's development
The Company was founded in 1903 to help people. Today, this culture of generosity and commitment is demonstrated by our actions and our values. In 2017, we proudly obtained a B Corp certification. Assumption Life is the first life insurance company in Canada and the 200th Canadian company to obtain this prestigious certification. B Corp certification is a social movement involving over 2,000 companies worldwide that share a common vision of a business community that is committed to improving economic, social and environmental well-being. Whether it is helping out at special events, raising funds for a charity or, helping people in need, Assumption Life employees are very committed to their community and are always ready to help.
It's working for an employer of choice
In 2017, Assumption Life received the Aon Hewitt's Employers of Choice platinum category for small and medium-sized organizations. We ensure competitive salaries, as well as performance-based bonuses, generous benefits and flexibility in our policies and practices to respond to the needs of our employees.
"Our success is based on the loyalty, knowledge and passion of our employees. We know how important it is to create a dynamic and motivating work environment to mobilize and recruit the best in the market."
-André Vincent, CEO