Posted in General Business 15 days ago.
Senior Financial Institution and Policy Analysts work under limited guidance to design and conduct in-depth analyses on quantitative and qualitative data. Serve as the project or team leader for Section, Division, Board, or system initiatives. May also serve as Board liaison or representative in consulting/collaborating with domestic agencies, international authorities, and/or standard-setting bodies. Prepare and deliver communications including presentations and recommendations to others in the Section/Division and/or to external stakeholders. Act as recognized domain experts within the Division. Some travel is required.
Senior Financial Institution and Policy Analysts perform the following responsibilities with
Must be able to immediately contribute to the success of work requiring the following competencies, and be able to serve as advisors to provide insight in their application:
Data Collection & Analysis: The ability to collect and analyze quantitative and qualitative data
Financial Analysis: The ability to conduct financial analyses to identify patterns, trends, or themes in financial or operational data
Risk Management: The ability to utilize risk management principles to evaluate and mitigate potential risks
Reviews and Examinations: The ability to participate in or lead reviews and/or examinations of Reserve Banks or other financial institutions
Knowledge of Financial Markets and Institutions: The ability to apply an understanding of how financial markets and institutions are impacted by changes in regulations and policy and vise-versa
Knowledge of Relevant Policy: The ability changes as needed to policies specific to areas of responsibility
Knowledge of Relevant Law and Regulation: The ability to interpret and apply law and regulations related to areas of responsibility; evaluate the impact of changes in law and/or regulations
Additional knowledge/skill requirements specific to the Division or Section may be required, and will be identified in the specific job posting.
The analyst would be a member of the Policy Planning and Strategy (PPS) team that develops the Supervision and Regulation medium- and long-term policy agenda. The PPS section helps the Federal Reserve be better positioned for longer-term developments that could materially affect Supervision and Regulation and Federal Reserve objectives. To achieve its mission, PPS identifies new and important trends that could materially affect S&R and Federal Reserve objectives, analyzes the implications and policy issues, and provides insights and strategies to Federal Reserve staff and leadership.
The analyst would be a member of small, collaborative, and interdisciplinary team, employing research methods from economics, statistics, political science, and law to examine emerging issues in financial regulation. The team has done work on topics like financial inclusion, climate change, substitutes for banking products and services (e.g., crypto-assets, decentralized finance, and fintech platforms), and the evolution of the banking sector.
We are looking for a senior analyst who is deeply curious about new trends, can analyze cutting edge financial, technological, and business developments to determine the impact on supervisory objectives, and recommend potential policy responses. Staff could be involved in important domestic and international work on these topics.
Candidates may be asked to provide a writing sample, write a memo in response to a specific prompt, or participate in analytical exercises as part of the interview process.
Travel: less than 10 to 25%
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