One of the world’s leading impact asset managers, Finance in Motion focuses on sustainable economic, social and environmental development in low- and medium- income countries. With well over EUR 2 billion in Assets under Advisory/Management, the company attracts capital from private investors to leverage public sector contributions. Our funds provide debt or equity primarily for local financial institutions and increasingly for project and corporate finance. We are active in more than 30 countries across Southeast and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and Latin America, where we foster small business and rural development, green energy production, and natural resource protection.  
 
Since its foundation in 2009, the company has consistently recorded year-on-year growth and expanded into new regions and topics. Due to this ongoing success, Finance in Motion is seeking a
 

Working area:

Risk Management

Location:

Frankfurt am Main

Working hours:

Full-time / Part-time

Manager – Head of Risk Controlling (m/f/d)

In order to strengthen the leadership of the Risk Controlling team placed in our head office in Frankfurt, we are looking for a risk professional to take over the lead of the risk controlling function:

Key responsibilities:
  • Assume ownership over identification, measurement, monitoring and control of risks, particularly credit, market and liquidity risks, in line with applicable regulatory requirements to an Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) in Germany
  • Maintain and further develop risk management processes, methodologies, and tools for IFRS 9 impairment, internal credit rating, stress-testing, risk limits, monitoring and reporting
  • Maintain risk-related communication with key risk stakeholders (internal and fund-level management boards and committees, auditors, regulators)
  • Organize and supply internal risk committees with portfolio-level inputs. Further development of the risk governance framework
  • Coordinate regular update and further development of risk-related processes and procedures
  • Ensure close cooperation and coordination with credit risk management teams with regards to counterparty- and country-level risk assessment
  • Coordinate the implementation of new processes and tools for credit risk management and monitoring
  • Coordinate the communication with the other departments (IT, Investment Management, etc.) as to development and further improvement of risk-related processes, tools and methodologies
  • Lead the definition of key business requirements to improve and design risk management tools and coordinate respective IT projects
  • Lead the cooperation with external data, technology, and intelligence providers
  • Coordinate budgeting, cost management, efficiency monitoring and benchmarking for risk processes

What we expect:

  • Sufficient relevant professional experience covering portfolio-level credit risk, risk process management and development of risk infrastructure – ideally as a part of a risk controlling role at an AIFM, bank or other regulated credit institution.
  • Familiarity with classic credit risk (PD, LGD, EAD), and market risk (VaR, CVaR) modelling concepts
  • Proficiency in IFRS 9 and IFRS 7, overall familiarity with IFRS
  • Familiarity with applicable AIFM regulatory framework in Germany. Familiarity with Luxembourg SICAV SIF regulatory framework is an advantage.
  • Good understanding of credit processes of an investment fund or a bank
  • Superior written and verbal communication in English and German, including executive writing
  • Affinity to modern information technology. Familiarity with risk management software and automation solutions market, and/or familiarity with R is an advantage.
  • Experience in managing cross-departmental risk management-related projects
  • Staff management experience with open and inclusive leadership style
  • Pro-active, creative, self-motivating attitude
  • Demonstrable commitment to Finance in Motion´s vision/mission

What you can expect:

  • An agile, widely diverse international working environment with over 50 nationalities who strive to uphold our start-up spirit and benefit from the opportunities of a growing company
  • A job with a great degree of autonomy that achieves real impact through cooperation and joint responsibility
  • A purpose-driven, performance-oriented company culture that rewards above-average results
  • An organization dedicated to providing effective training and upskilling to its employees
Our around 230 employees working from our 17 offices worldwide are dedicated to promoting sustainable development through market-based finance solutions. If you enjoy tackling complex challenges in a hands-on manner and prefer a communication style that suits the flat hierarchies and cooperative mindset we value, we would very much like to hear from you. Please use our online application system to submit your full application including a CV and meaningful cover letter.
Human Resources
Stefanie Zanetti
Tel.: 00 49 (0)69 271035-483