The Investment Banking and Capital Markets Division, led by CEO Jim Amine, assists clients across regions and industries in achieving their strategic and financing goals.
IBCM at Credit Suisse offers best-in-class advisory, structuring and execution expertise to a broad range of corporate and financial sponsor clients.
The Division has advised some of the world's largest companies on complex mergers and acquisitions as well as equity, debt and other capital raisings.
IBCM is a leader in innovating new and creative ideas for clients which help them access the best and most efficient capital sources.
We combine our industry and country coverage groups' global footprint with the bank's product expertise to deliver these solutions efficiently and effectively to clients.
This is an opportunity to join Credit Suisse’s Investment Banking and Capital Markets (IBCM) Risk and Controls Group ( RCG") as an ENO / AVP in Madrid.
RCG is a global group that helps to ensure the business is aligned with rules and regulations and Credit Suisse policies and procedures.
RCG does this by assessing risks, implementing and monitoring controls, analyzing, implementing and remediating new rules and regulations as well as audit points.
RCG is primarily responsible for dedicatedly handling key control functions, conducting Client Onboarding (KYC and other requirements), maintaining the control framework, crafting and implementing new controls as necessary, testing the efficacy of controls, monitoring bankers and their activities to detect control breaches, writing procedures, implementing governance and training bankers to be aligned with rules and regulations.
The primary responsibilities of the role will be to work within the RCG team to coordinate IBCM’s frameworks for control activities and supervision, developing processes and procedures designed to follow internal and regulatory requirements, developing management information and reporting and executing the training program.
Working closely with the broader Chief Compliance Officer and Regulatory Affairs group to ensure consistency, communication and alignment of requirements