Regulatory Reporting Analyst
Posted on Jan 11, 2020 by Levy Associates Ltd
The Regulatory Reporting Analyst is responsible for a range of day-to-day regulatory reporting processes. The position will also conduct analysis, reporting and reviews as required by management and other stakeholders.
This role requires:
- 3+ years of experience in a financial services or regulatory reporting role
- University degree in Accounting, Finance or a related discipline
- Strong finance acumen - understanding the business and related processes
- Solid understanding of regulatory and accounting standards applicable to financial institutions
- Good data analytical skills and challenges the status quo
- Experience or familiarity with using finance systems, common productivity tools and end-user software (such as MS Office suite)
- Good communicator who engages colleagues, business partners and external stakeholders. This role will require cross-training with other European subsidiaries and working closely with IT teams in building automated data analytics solutions.
- Ability to stay resilient under pressure and during times of change
- Works effectively in teams and with multiple partners
- Ability to work independently in a demanding environment and handle deadlines and priorities
- Experience with producing ECB regulatory reports (eg COREP, FINREP, Liquidity)
Production of internal and external regulatory returns (eg COREP, FINREP, Liquidity and Statistical reports) including data gathering, cleansing, validation and analysis of results within the permitted deadlines using MS Office suite and Alteryx/Tableau applications.
- Execute existing process controls and implement new controls as needed.
- Supporting key stakeholders for reporting needs and requirements.
- Prepare management information, including dashboards to support senior managements review and analysis.
- Prepare and update process and policy documentation.
- Identify areas of continuous improvement within the team.
- Keep track of regulatory reporting developments (eg Basel, EBA, DNB) and help assess impact.
- Participate in ongoing initiatives, including the IFRS conversion of regulatory reporting for other European subsidiaries.