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Analyst, Treasury Risk and Compliance

Credit Union Central of Manitoba
Winnipeg (Region), Manitoba
Closing date
Dec 31, 2023

Credit Union Central of Manitoba (CUCM) is the trade association for Manitoba's credit unions and as such manages liquidity reserves, monitors credit granting procedures and provides trade services in areas such as corporate governance, government relations, representation, and advocacy. CUCM also provides human resources services, research, communications, planning, lending, compliance, and risk management services to credit unions. Manitoba credit unions jointly own CUCM and it is financed through assessments and fee income derived through its operations.


Our office is located in downtown Winnipeg close to the Canada Life Centre. In the current environment, employees have the ability to work from home.

The Position

The Analyst, Treasury Risk and Compliance assists, and in some cases leads, the maintenance, monitoring, and reporting of financial risks and provides advice and guidance to management and other departments.

This role ensures effective controls across risk reporting activities and information in accordance with departmental standards and monitors Treasury activities for adherence to corporate policies and control processes, and recommends updates to policy as required (e.g., LPIP, Stress Testing Policy and Procedures). The Treasury Risk and Compliance Analyst performs testing and analysis of investment activities and completes documentation on assumptions, procedures and results. This role is responsible for various reporting requirements such as designing and implementing reporting solutions to meet management and regulatory reporting requirements, and prepares reports for the Asset Liability Committee and prepares Enterprise Risk Management reporting for the Audit Committee. As well, the Treasury Risk and Compliance Analyst provides support and information to internal and external audit processes, uses technical resources, applying them effectively and efficiently, keeping abreast of the latest developments in new technologies to assess their possible application (and/or ensure their successful implementation), develops and maintains reports/input data in Treasury Management System as required, and assists in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery process.

The Person:

  • Two to four years of relevant experience and post-secondary degree in related field of study.
  • Enrollment in, or recent completion of, the CFA or CPA program.
  • Knowledge of industry trends and regulatory requirements for risk reporting.
  • Knowledge of fixed income markets.
  • High degree of computer literacy, particularly in Microsoft Excel
  • Well-rounded understanding of CUCM's Investment Policy, Treasury system, Dynamics Accounting System, Bloomberg, and eroWorks DNA Banking system
  • Demonstrates customer focus, teamwork, accountability, creative problem solving, conceptual thinking, self-motivation, and is results- oriented, with a high degree of attention to detail.

Key Competencies

  • Effectively adapting to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and sudden or frequent changes in priority in order to accomplish objectives. Being a self-starter who takes ownership of assigned responsibilities. Taking the initiative in understanding the needs of others (internal and external customers). Possessing the required functional and technical knowledge and skills, and applying them effectively to do the job at a high level of accomplishment. Ensuring that work accomplished is accurate in all relevant aspects.  

The salary will relate to qualifications and experience. The annual base salary range for this position is $72,000-$86,000.

We are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment where your unique background, perspectives and talent are valued. CUCM welcomes applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request during the assessment and selection process.


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