State Street Global Treasury, Assistant Vice President - Asset Liability Management, Balance Sheet & Net Interest Income (NII) Forecasting in Boston, Massachusetts

Asset Liability Management (ALM), a division of Global Treasury, is responsible for managing the corporate balance sheet, net interest income (NII) forecast and interest rate risk positioning. The team focuses on optimizing the risk/reward relationship by recommending strategies for sustaining and growing NII while being mindful of regulatory constraints. ALM routinely collaborates with other areas across Global Treasury, Finance, Risk and business units to operate within the risk appetite outlined by the Board of Directors.

Members of the Balance Sheet and NII Forecast team work closely with key business partners to drive the company’s balance sheet strategy. The Assistant Vice President candidate is responsible for aggregating balance sheet and pricing assumptions from the businesses to produce a NII forecast and communicate results.


  • Build forecasted balance sheet and NII through Quantitative Risk Management (QRM) framework and report on any key differences relative to prior iterations
  • Provides analytical support to drive key balance sheet initiatives
  • Takes an active role in the CCAR/DFAST process
  • Reports and analyzes actual trends, supporting quarter-end processes
  • Responds in a timely and accurate manner to ad-hoc requests
  • Works closely with other team members across ALM, Treasury, and Finance to ensure timely, accurate reporting for routine committee presentations


  • 3+ years’ experience in financial services, Treasury experience preferred
  • Experience working with the Quantitative Risk Management (QRM) framework is beneficial
  • Proven ability to solve problems and improve existing processes
  • Ability to grasp new concepts in fast-paced environment
  • Successfully collaborates across teams and works well independently
  • Excellent verbal and written communication with the ability to create concise, professional and influential presentations
  • Strong quantitative aptitude/skills
  • Detail orientation
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Economics, Finance or quantitative discipline

  • Posted 30+ Days Ago

  • Full time
  • R-603989