Citi VP Collections & Recovery Risk – Recovery Risk Strategist in Wilmington, Delaware
Primary Location: United States,Delaware,Wilmington
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Job Function: Risk Management
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Travel Time: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Job ID: 18024912
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- The Branded Cards Collections and Recovery Risk team is seeking a candidate to own and lead strategy initiatives and analytics to improve asset sales and agency channel performance. Asset sales refers to debt sales of post charge-off accounts. Agency channel includes pre and post charge-off accounts.
- Asset Sales and Agency Management are the largest revenue drivers for Branded Cards Recovery. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate analytical thought leadership by owning cross-functional projects.
Own special projects in Asset Sales / Agency Management depending on business priorities and team capacity
Develop frameworks to optimize mix between asset sales and other strategies such as agency placements and litigation.
Provide back-up support to the Asset Sales area for core business functions (e.g. sizing salable inventory, strategy/risk oversight for sale process execution owned by Recovery Operations.)
Engage with Operations and drive Risk Oversight for market share movement based on approved methodology
Develop and Maintain agency performance MIS - engage with operations to drive agency performance (pre & post charge off)
Understand existing analytical frameworks, risk models, etc. and drive innovation / transformation
Partner with MIS / Reporting and Operations to streamline dashboards to answer most commonly asked questions across Recovery strategy.
Provide analytical support for Recovery strategy during regulatory exams, internal audits and compliance/policy reviews.
Keys to success:
Understand pre charge-off (Collections) strategies and develop analytical frameworks to 1) improve agency performance pre charge-off and 2) measure value of post charge-off sales from accounts that were in specialized queues pre charge-off
Balance a model driven approach with implementation feasibility; e.g. business priorities, industry trends, risk, local / global policy and regulatory considerations
Undergraduate degree in Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Mathematics, or related quantitative field.
Minimum of 5 years analytic experience using quantitative analysis, preferably in a risk management context, coupled with strong financial acumen.
Experience with SQL programming (preferably in a Unix environment), SAS experience preferred.
Credit card experience preferred, but not required.
Collections / Recoveries experience highly desirable.
Strong interpersonal, influencing and written/verbal communication skills + ability to synthesize information and prioritize actions.
Ability to independently lead strategy and analytical projects from idea to implementation to post-implementation validation and performance monitoring.
Ability to establish cross-functional partnerships (especially with Operations, Finance and Loss Forecasting)