Risk Management Consultant – Financial Services
As a global leader in (Tech) Consultancy, Assurance, Tax and Transactions services, we’re using the finance products, expertise and systems we’ve developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better.
EY is the only professional services firm with a separate business unit (“FSO”) that is dedicated to the financial services marketplace. Our FSO teams have been at the forefront of every event that has reshaped and redefined the financial services industry. If you have a passion for rallying together to solve the most complex challenges in the financial services industry, come join our dynamic FSO team!
What you can expect – enriching experiences that will last a lifetime
The Financial Services Risk Management (FSRM) team is at the heart of the financial services industry aims to foresee potential risks clients may face to ensure their best performance. Within our broad range of services, we distinguish between four tracks for graduate consultants: Governance & Regulatory, Financial Crime, Quantitative Analytics and Technology. In our personalized career design, you will work in one or two of the tracks, depending on background and interests, and will progress towards a more specialized role over the years.
- The Governance & Regulatory track mainly focuses on governance, structure and internal control of financial institutions. As a consultant you will advise these organisations by analysing processes, identifying risks, designing control frameworks and assessing compliance under (local) laws and regulations (such as Solvency II and Basel IV). Analyses may subsequently lead to risk transformation, culture or strategy projects.
- Financial Crime is increasingly important for financial institutions. You will focus on projects related to anti-money laundering (AML), Know Your Customer (KYC) and terrorism financing. You will work with a wide range of product offerings ranging from defining policies and procedures to leveraging new technologies like block chain and digital passports.
- In the Quantitative Analytics track you will work with traditional quantitative finance models for pricing, credit risk, market risk and operational risk, but you will also focus on getting the most out of big data sets and machine learning applications. You will become an expert in validating, developing and programming models in languages like Python and ‘R’ and explain the results of your models to clients.
- The Technology track focuses on helping our clients translate their business needs into technology accelerated solutions. We strive to combine our market, technical and business knowledge into tangible solutions, such as digital governance frameworks, developing platforms, developing real-time management information dashboards and applying analytics to allow for further business optimization.
What you can contribute – skills for shaping the future
- You are in the last phase of your study or obtained a Master’s degree. We are open to applications from any background, varying from strong technical or quantitative studies to more finance/economic and regulatory focussed studies.
- You have an interest in the financial sector and you follow the most recent developments in this sector.
- You are eager to dive into new topics and to learn new skills, and you are interested on what’s on the horizon for the financial sector.
- You have strong interpersonal skills: written, presentation and influencing.
- You are fluent in English and Dutch, both verbal and in written.
What we are offering – an inspiring work environment
We offer a competitive remuneration package where you’ll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development. At EY, your competencies and your areas of interest will determine your future, plus we offer you:
- We offer you intensive training (hard & soft skills) and education besides your work, support by a personal counselor and mentor, and support with education – temporal and financial.
- We encourage a healthy life-work balance. It is possible to work time and place independent. So also work from home. And our policy for holidays and leave days is flexible.
- Discover the possibilities for rapid professional and personal development; experience an optimal career start that consists of exciting tasks in challenging projects, early assumption of responsibility, learning from experienced colleagues, a lifelong network and participation in regular workshops.
Find out more here about the many benefits to which you are entitled as employee at EY.
Become part of our high-performing teams!
If you have any questions, please contact Solange van Heemstra, Recruiter Advisory via firstname.lastname@example.org of +31 88 40 70503.
An (online) assessment and a pre employment screening are part of the application procedure.
Due to laws and regulations, and because EY (and in some cases its clients) has high demands on the reliability and integrity of its employees, every new employee will be screened. Depending on your rank the pre employment screening could contain the following: Certificate of Conduct (in Dutch: VOG) or – if requesting a Dutch VOG is not possible – Criminal Background Check of the country you are currently living or have lived during the last five years, integrity questionnaire, verification of ID, diploma’s and/or work experience and consultation of the Dutch insolvency registry.
If you have any questions, please contact the recruiter as mentioned above.