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This position is within Qualitative Model Validation team, which is part of the Model Risk Management (MRM) group within the Risk organization. The Qualitative Model Validation team is a newly established function, which is responsible for reviewing and assessing qualitative models as part of Citi’s Model Risk Management framework. The main objectives are to ensure that qualitative models are used appropriately by the business and that model users are aware of the models’ limitations and weaknesses that should be mitigated by compensating controls. A Qualitative Model is based upon key assumptions which are primarily qualitative, e.g., based on expert judgment or other qualitative evidence.
Key Activities include:
Critically reviewing the appropriateness of a Qualitative Model versus alternative quantitative approach with respect to the modeling objective and the available model development data
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Banking and Financial Services
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