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Liquidity Reporting Controller - Governance Lead

Job Req ID 22506367 Primary Location New York, New York; Irving, Texas; Tampa, Florida Job Category Finance
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The individual will work in the Global Liquidity Management (GLM) team within the Citi Treasury Global Function. The team is responsible for establishing the framework for sizing liquidity requirements including internal stress testing framework, developing contingency funding plans in conjunction with other stakeholders within and outside Citi Treasury, providing liquidity oversight to Citi’s global entities, and ensuring that Citi maintains adequate liquidity appropriately positioned to meet the company’s global needs both in normal market conditions as well as during periods of stress.

The Liquidity Reporting Controllers team within GLM leads the firm’s liquidity regulatory reporting oversight and initiatives as well as liquidity issue management.  The team will focus primarily on the FR 2052a report and all related aspects including (1) development and maintenance of regulatory interpretations; (2) liquidity regulatory reporting implementation logic; (3) FR 2052a reporting oversight; (4) risk-based transaction testing; (5) liquidity data management including data requirements and issue management; and (6) control frameworks and policies/standards related to liquidity regulatory reporting.

Scope of Role:

The Liquidity Reporting Controllers Governance Lead will be responsible for supporting and strengthening the governance framework within Liquidity Reporting Controllers, which includes (1) development, facilitation and maintenance of liquidity regulatory reporting and issue management governance forums, (2) development and oversight of liquidity regulatory reporting control framework, (3) streamlining and standardization of Liquidity Reporting Controllers processes, (4) maintenance of liquidity regulatory reporting policies and standards in collaboration with second line, (5) oversight of internal and external commitments to ensure a clear line of sight into projects and enhancements, (6) coordination and messaging across second and third lines of defense and (7) Liquidity Reporting Controllers organizational strategy and hiring coordination.

The individual in this role will selectively lead initiatives to streamline and standardize processes by performing detailed deep-dive reviews with stakeholders. Collectively, this will require strong collaboration and engagement with internal partners across Treasury, Finance & Risk Shared Services (FRSS), Liquidity Risk Management (LRM), Operational Risk Management and various Technology functions.

Critical Responsibilities:

  • Key strategic partner to the Head of Liquidity Reporting Controllers and leadership team – helping shape strategic decisions, coordinating feedback from teams, and delivering on goals
  • Develop and review presentations and materials for senior management, board, and regulators
  • Direct involvement in key business priorities as needed, providing additional support to the Head of Liquidity Reporting Controllers and leadership team on core business focus areas, with an emphasis on governance and organization
  • Partner with Head of Liquidity Reporting Controllers on developing appropriate operating models for each team, including talent decisions and appropriate business model
  • Build relationships across key partner organizations to help drive strategic agenda and ensure flow of information
  • Directly support the Head of Liquidity Reporting Controllers on all key deliverables and engagements, including preparation of materials, talking points and briefing material for senior forums and regulatory engagement
  • Ensure the right routines and tracking mechanism are in place to follow through on key decisions and actions emerging from operating routines and discussions

Specialized Skills:

The ideal candidate should possess an eagerness to learn the current liquidity processes and liquidity metrics, be a change-agent to effectively recommend and implement enhancements and help the broader Liquidity Reporting Controllers team to execute towards the target state. To be successful in this role, the individual needs to be a self-starter with an ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, effectively collaborate across different levels in the organization and across functions and be eager to make an impact. Existing knowledge of basic balance sheet products, off-balance sheet products, liquidity, controls, Citi’s firm-wide system and data architecture and project management are desirable.


  • A bachelor’s degree in economics, finance, accounting or related fields; advanced degree is a plus.
  • 10+ years of experience in one or more of Chief Operating Officer, Treasury, Finance, Risk Management, Project Management disciplines, preferably with some level of prior exposure to: Liquidity Risk Management and Analytics, Banking, Capital Markets and / or Treasury product knowledge
  • Strong quantitative and presentation skills, with attention to detail and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Power Point
  • Highly organized and structured
  • Excellent project management, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • Willingness to take ownership and execute on deliverables.
  • Strong but diplomatic communication skills
  • Team player with an ability to work well with others in a fast-paced, high-energy environment.


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Balance Sheet Management


Time Type:

Full time


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