Operational Risk

Company Name:
Ascendo Resources, LLC
Responsibilities including the development / management of the 3rd Party Risk Management
Risk-Based Program - develop, implement and monitor a program that identifies, assesses and mitigates operational risk with regards to inadequate internal processes and procedures, people and systems
Risk Mitigation & Operational Efficiency must remain in balance
Provide operational risk expertise to internal departments/projects displaying moderate to high risk
Implement testing strategies that evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, processes, systems and internal controls
Analyze business and/or systems changes to determine potential impact and assign risk ratings
Develop corrective action plans and effectively manage change
Develop/implement training materials
Write & present Operational Risk Performance reports for Senior Management - utilize trend analysis and make solid recommendations

Management Reporting Skills - appropriately translate data into accountable information fully utilizing all Microsoft Products
COO + Senior Management Presentations - present & explain complex data
Solid comprehension of risk disciplines, policies / procedures with regards to:

Information Security
Business Continuity
Exit Strategy
Country Risk
Technology Risk

Bachelor's Degree and or equivalent experience
5+ years of experience in Operational and/or 3rd Party Risk Management - processes, compliance, audit
Broad background in Securities Transactions, Brokerage, Fiduciary Businesses
Strategic thinker who acts tactically & leads change management & implementations that meet divisional needs
Familiarity with all 3rd Party Risk Management Concepts, Policies and Procedures

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