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The Role Responsibilities
The Audit Manager, Models Risk supports execution of the Bank’s strategy for the audit coverage of Quantitative Models across Principle Risk Types. The role also includes execution of audits across risk management controls and governance.
Models support regulatory capital and margin calculations, loan loss reserving, capital and liquidity stress testing, and capital management. The definition of a model, and thereby the scope of internal controls extends beyond risk models. Model Risk is a non-principal risk type subject to increased regulatory focus, and emerging definition of Model Risk Appetite. As a result, there are increased audit requirements, both regulatory and risk-based that demands technical expertise and engagement with senior stakeholder at the Group-level.
The role has two sets of Bank stakeholders that further defines scope of responsibility:
GIA represents the third line of defence and provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of management’s control of business activities (the first line) and of the control processes maintained by the Risk Framework Owners and Policy Owners (the second line). GIA works with the Group’s other control functions, such as Finance, Risk and Compliance, but does not place unqualified reliance on their work. GIA is an independent function whose primary role is to help the Board and Executive Management to protect the assets, reputation and sustainability of the Group.
As defined in the Audit Charter, all staff in GIA must exhibit the highest level of professional objectivity in gathering, evaluating and communicating information about the activity or process being examined. They must make a balanced assessment of all the relevant circumstances and not be unduly influenced by their own interests or by others in forming judgments. GIA will adhere to the Definition of Internal Auditing, the Core Principles for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, Code of Ethics and the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing that are published by the IIA. It is expected that all members of GIA strive to operate as role models for the Group’s valued behaviours. GIA methodology has defined “Habits of a Human Auditor” which are aligned to the Group’s valued behaviours and communicated across the function.
In addition to the responsibilities defined in the Audit Charter, the Audit Manager is expected:
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