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Financial Stability Experts (ESCB/IO), Frankfurt

Organization: ECB - European Central Bank

Country: Germany

City: Frankfurt, Germany

Office: ECB Frankfurt

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Closing date: Monday, 20 November 2017

Financial Stability Experts (ESCB/IO)


You will be part of either the Market-Based Finance Division (MBF) or the Systemic Risk and Financial Institutions Division (SRF) in the Directorate General Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability of the European Central Bank. In the MBF team you will work on monitoring and analysing developments and risks related to non-bank financial institutions (such as insurance companies, pension funds and investment funds), as well as the risks to financial stability emanating from global financial markets and misalignments in asset prices. In the SRF team you will work on identifying and monitoring potential sources of systemic risk in the euro area/EU financial system with a particular focus on banks, using qualitative and quantitative approaches (including, for example, systemic risk indicators and early warning models). To further enhance the diversity of our team, we particularly encourage applications from female candidates.

As a Financial Stability Expert you will be engaged in some of the following tasks

analysing and monitoring developments in the banking sector, including bank funding and liquidity management, hedging and the cross-border provision of banking services;
analysing and monitoring developments concerning insurance companies, pension funds and investment funds, including their asset and liability management;
analysing and monitoring developments in financial markets, including market derivatives, money markets, security financing transactions and central counterparties (CCPs);
conducting quantitative analysis, ideally including modelling and constructing scenarios.

The position gives you the opportunity to join dynamic and experienced teams, contribute to identifying financial risks and learn from some of the leading experts in the field of macroprudential policy. You will be part of multicultural teams that strive for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

The recruitment process for this position may include a Skype interview, an on-site written exercise, a presentation and panel interviews.


a master’s degree in economics, finance, statistics or another relevant field;
at least three years‘ experience in the field of financial stability or the analysis of banking and/or non-banks and financial markets;
a thorough understanding of the linkages between finance and macroeconomics;
experience in carrying out quantitative analysis;
an advanced command of English and an intermediate command of at least one other official language of the EU.

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