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VP; Capital Planning Governance - Internal Control Manager

Job Req ID 23603222 Location(s) Tampa, Florida; Wilmington, Delaware; O'Fallon, Missouri; New Castle, Delaware; Houston, Texas; Buffalo, New York; Getzville, New York; Texas Job Category Finance
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The Capital Planning team within Citi Treasury is responsible for the capital planning process consisting of quarterly multi-year multi-scenario forecasting (QMMF) stress testing, the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review / Dodd-Frank Act stress testing (CCAR/DFAST), and Recovery & Resolution Planning (RRP). Capital planning (CP) produces the annual capital plan, under the general direction of the Head of Capital Planning, reporting to the Citi Treasurer.

The Capital Planning team has a dedicated governance function that articulates how and why Citi can take confidence in the outputs of its capital planning processes. This is an essential function to maintain the requisite level of transparency and accountability throughout the end-to-end capital planning process, which must be harmonized among Finance and Risk partners.

This role reports to the Head of Capital Planning Internal Controls within the Capital Planning Governance – Risk & Control function and will be responsible for developing and enhancing governance processes to improve efficiency, transparency, and control, as well as to monitor alignment with Citi standards and compliance with key regulatory requirements.

The Internal Controls Manager will provide quality review assessment of internal controls over stressed financial statements produced from the QMMF, CCAR/DFAST regulatory reporting, and the RRP activities. This role is an opportunity for an experienced audit professional (Third Line) or risk manager (Second Line) to apply their expertise and professional judgement to develop this trusted advisor role within the First Line. The Internal Controls Team is looking for a professional with the skills and capabilities to manage governance projects and engagements.


  • Lead and support QA/QC activities, including the development / implementation of a QA/QC framework to advise and steer improvement of MCA execution, ensure committee governance compliance and regulatory compliance.
  • Enhance and advise on internal control design and operational effectiveness using process maps and process documentation for CP processes.
  • Develop expertise across CP processes, gain an understanding of the CP processes in Finance and CP workstreams owned by the Risk functions (Operational Risk, Market Risk, Enterprise Risk Management - Risk Identification, etc.).
  • Develop regulatory knowledge applicable to CCAR/DFAST reporting and RRP.
  • Develop issue resolution, corrective action plans, management action plans, escalate issues and interface with operations units to ensure appropriate corrective actions development.
  • Support regulatory remediation (Consent Order MRIA and MRA) by partnering with Transformation team(s).
  • Communicate effectively across all levels, develop presentations to Senior Management.
  • Work with multiple functions such as Capital Controllers Reporting, Finance, Risk, Technology using strong interpersonal skills.
  • Partner with second line, such as Independent Risk Management (IRM) and Independent Compliance Risk Management (ICRM) to support adherence to key regulatory requirements including any associated special projects to align regulations to policies, standards, procedures, and process internal controls.
  • Support program management and working groups, as required.
  • Client relationship management with CP process control owners, second line and third line partners to discuss and advise on approach/methods for risk identification, risk assessment and evaluation of internal control design and operational effectiveness.
  • Represent Internal Controls Team at CP meetings, program forums, second line meetings, update calls/workshops, Internal Audit process walk throughs and status meetings.
  • Develop project plans/timelines at the requisite level of program detail, report status and progress and escalate appropriately to Head of Capital Planning Internal Controls


  • 5-7+ years of recent Internal/External Audit experience (Manager level) at a publicly traded company preferred; or 9 + years in Risk Management and Compliance functions with a strong understanding of risk-based audit methodology.
  • Experience implementing, executing, and/or assessing enterprise risk and control programs such as Sarbanes – Oxley Programs and FDICIA framework is a plus.
  • Knowledge of internal controls over accounting and financial reporting, regulatory reporting, familiar with GAAP, FFIEC reporting, capital adequacy reports and/or BASEL is a plus.
  • Background in financial services at publicly traded company, management consulting or global public accounting firm is preferred.
  • Aptitude for translating strategy into execution in a complex and cross-functional program.
  • Ability to work independently and take ownership of various parts of a project or initiative.
  • Advanced professional judgement for risk management with ability to pivot to higher risk-based activities and remain highly productive.
  • Customer focused with ability to multi-task and maintain sense of urgency and responsiveness within a complex environment.
  • Forward looking with ability to mitigate risk, a problem solver who can develop solutions to overcome challenging roadblocks and the management experience to promptly escalate issues.
  • Experience developing project plans with budgets and recommend resourcing as needed, manage to deadlines factoring in change in expectations or requirements, report status/progress and inform of emerging risks.
  • Able to represent team at meetings/forums with the ability to identify topics/discussion points impacting team activities for follow up and for reporting topics impacting team objectives.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to make decisions and provide adequately supported risk-based recommendations to deliver an effective control environment.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the confidence to work with different levels of management.
  • Ability to master new concepts, requirements, and related product/functional knowledge.
  • Attention to detail with emphasis on accuracy, transparency, and risk mitigation.


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • MBA, CPA, CIA, CFA, CISA, or other relevant certification or advanced degree is a plus.


Job Family Group:



Job Family:

Fin Solutions Dsgn & Implement


Time Type:

Full time


Primary Location:

Tampa Florida United States


Primary Location Salary Range:

$110,090.00 - $165,130.00


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