Job Description: Financial Analysis - Estimations Design & Analysis
Estimations Design & Analysis (EDA) sits within the CFO organization and is responsible for, in partnership with Line of Businesses and Corporate teams, analyzing the underlying methodology of estimations in the firm and ensuring that they are in accordance with policy guidelines, and supporting the end-to-end life-cycle of estimation method design, build and integration with F3.
The position involves interaction with many teams across the firm including LOBs and Corporate finance functions, model development, and technology & operations. The ability to work efficiently and communicate effectively across these boundaries will be one of the keys to success.
The Financial Analysis group is comprised of 4 teams responsible for partnering across the firm to provide financial and strategic analysis, central oversight and coordination of firm wide forecasting, macroeconomic scenario design and distribution, and strategic programs including the Firmwide Forecasting Framework (F3).
1. The Estimations Design & Analysis (EDA) team partners with LOB and Corporate teams to support them through the lifecycle of estimation identification and development to expected standards, requirements definition for automation, and integration with our centralized, end-to-end, multi-purpose firmwide forecasting platform (F3)
2. The Corporate Finance Analytics (CFA) team is responsible for partnering across the firm to provide financial and strategic analysis related to business performance, regulatory reform, capital generation and investment/distribution
3. The Planning & Analysis (FP&A) team is primarily responsible for leading and coordinating the budgeting and forecasting process, including the short- and long-term projection of earnings, balance sheet and capital over varying economic scenarios
4. The Economic Scenario Management team centrally coordinates and develops the end-to-end design, review and distribution of macroeconomic scenarios used in the firm’s forecasting processes