Capital Adequacy and Leverage Ratio Planning - Associate/Analys

  • Negotiable
  • Tokyo, Tokyo-to, Japan
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Morgan McKinley - Tokyo
  • 13 Sep 16

A rare opportunity to work within the Capital Planning team within a large Treasury Department of a top-tier Japanese Investment Bank, working within a role that has grown in prevalence with recent regulatory changes in the industry.


  • Junior position within the team, working under very experienced Risk Managers and Financial Planning professional, providing the perfect environment to develop a career within Investment Banking.
  • Key responsibility is to provide oversight of regulatory capital - in particular the calculation and reporting of Capital Adequacy, which is vital for the organisation to survive in the current regulatory environment.
  • Liaise with various team across the bank and globally, gathering and analysing business data which will have an impact on the capital of the whole organisation.
  • Produce reports for regulators in Japan and senior business managers; provide commentary on what the numbers mean and advice on business planning.
  • Produce quantitative impact studies and work on new projects to implement regulators changes.

Required skills

  • For junior candidates, all that is required is a mathematical mind, understanding of investment banking and the passion to work within a risk/financial planning area.
  • Apt in the use of Microsoft office.
  • Ability to read and digest regulations and legislations governing capital and liquidity within a bank.

Preferred skills

  • Financial Planning or Risk Management background.
  • Experience in regulatory capital or accounting.
  • Expertise in quantitative analysis and a deep understanding of financial products.

Personal Attributes

  • Strong mathematical/analytical mindset.
  • Ability to communicate with people locally and globally in English and Japanese.

About our client

A top Financial Institution in Japan and globally with a large portfolio covering Investment Banking, Global Markets, Retail banking, Asset Management and Real Estate.