GM Financial Risk Reporting Analyst in Detroit, Michigan
As part of the Consumer Risk Administration organization, this role is responsible for the production of all aspects of Consumer Risk reporting across GMF International Operations (IO). The role will develop new reporting, maintain and enhance existing reporting, and seek out opportunities for standardization and increased efficiencies.
The primary deliverables are the monthly Consumer Risk Committee (CRC) report for executive leadership, country-level risk dashboards used to drive credit risk decisions, and portfolio management. Support of ad hoc reporting, strategic projects, and the IO data strategy and governance effort are also key.
Integral to success will be the development of relationships, including central and local market risk staffs, operations, finance, and data / IT. This will deepen cooperation, engagement, and understanding to meet the reporting needs of the global and local risk teams.
Works in a cross-functional reporting team operating within a matrix of leaders and analysts from central and local risk across IO markets.
Owns the update and maintenance process of monthly risk reporting routines.
Supports the enhancements of risk reporting processes and subsequent quality of output.
Supports the data requirements gathering process and prioritization for customer groups across IO Consumer Risk.
Supports reconciliation process; assesses gaps; identifies possible causes and solutions.
Delivers CRC documentation by market and performs consolidation activities.
Continuously reviewing, documenting and improving department processes.
Creation of executive level monthly reporting package.
Pulling together data from multiple sources/stakeholders and translating into one consistent format.
Ensuring quality of output and perfect presentation to prescribed format.
Market and stakeholder follow up across International to ensure input and data accuracy.
Assist local markets with further analysis as appropriate.
Working knowledge of SAS (Base, Macros) and SQL. Other coding experience will be considered.
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in related field
Experience in using the Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint) package.
Basic understanding of Credit Risk in the Financial/Automotive sector.
Qualifications in quantitative related subjects.
Experience in delivering written and verbal communications to both technical and non-technical audiences.
Highly self-motivated and able to work well under pressure.
Problem solving ability and attention to detail
Excellent verbal and written skills
Flexibility to travel internationally on limited basis if needed.
Strong time management skills
Requisition ID: 2020-38215
External Company Name: GM Financial
External Company URL: www.gmfinancial.com
Street: 200 Renaissance Center