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Adviser, Systemic Risk and Financial Institutions Division, Frankfurt

Organization: ECB - European Central Bank

Country: Germany

City: Frankfurt, Germany

fice: ECB Frankfurt

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Closing date: Monday, 27 November 2017

Adviser, Systemic Risk and Financial Institutions Division

You will be part of the Systemic Risk and Financial Institutions Division in the Directorate General Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability (DG/MF). That Division, which currently comprises 19 members of staff, is responsible for: (i) the identification and monitoring of systemic risks, with a focus on those stemming from the euro area banking sector; (ii) the analytical underpinnings supporting the activation and calibration of structural macroprudential capital buffers for systemic institutions; and (iii) the production of the ECB’s flagship Financial Stability Review. In performing those tasks, the Division cooperates closely with the four other divisions in DG/MF, as well as staff across the ECB and the wider Eurosystem. In your function as an Adviser, you will play a leading role in strengthening the basis for the timely and robust identification of systemic risks affecting the euro area and its banking system. Your work will focus on two main areas. First, you will lead work aimed at enhancing the Division’s analytical toolkit, drawing on the rapid advances that are currently being made in terms of quantitative approaches to the assessment of time series and cross-sectional aspects of systemic risk. Second, you will lead work aimed at combining rigorous data-based analysis with insight from qualitative surveillance (such as market intelligence) with a view to obtaining timely and innovative thematic insights relevant to euro area systemic risk. To further enhance the diversity of our team, we particularly encourage applications from female candidates.

As an Adviser you will

support the Division’s management team and take the lead in analytical matters, in close cooperation with other staff in DG/MF;
coordinate the Division’s analytical agenda, harnessing the most recent technical advances in the field of systemic risk monitoring, as well as thematic advances in the area of financial stability surveillance;
lead work on the further development of analytical models and tools, particularly in the areas of systemic risk and thematic banking sector analysis;
provide technical and thought leadership in a variety of areas, such as the extraction of policy relevant insights combining rigorous data-based analysis with market intelligence;
represent the ECB in EU and global fora and maintain contacts with external counterparts, including market and academic contacts in the fields of financial stability and macroprudential policy analysis.

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