Manager Capital Regulatory Reporting
A leading Global Financial Institution is seeking to employ a, Manager Capital Regulatory Reporting based in London.
Hours 35 per week/permanent.
Competitive salary offered.
The role holder will be is responsible for Capital Adequacy Reporting and other regulatory reporting to the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and other Regulators (for Group and the UK Bank) as well as the related external disclosures included with the interim and annual accounts and Pillar 3. The Capital team is responsible for the Capital and Leverage reporting to the Regulators. The main responsibilities of this role are to deliver regulatory returns and data for external disclosures, but is also integral to the transformation programme. The role holder should ensure that the reporting to the PRA is accurately prepared within the required timelines. Additionally, they will be responsible for the data and information for related external capital disclosures included with the interim and annual accounts and Pillar 3. The role holder will be required to review and Challenge of the reportable Capital Adequacy for all risk types. This will include reporting of the Capital Adequacy data and returns within scope of the regulatory reporting global process owner’s responsibility to the PRA. The role holder will ensure the delivery of data and information for the reporting of the Capital Adequacy Pillar 3 and related regulatory external disclosures included within the interim and annual reported accounts. They will be carrying out reporting of applicable Capital Adequacy stress testing results. The role holder will be supporting the delivery Regulatory Reporting and delivering the transitional Capital Adequacy outputs; evidencing the Capital Adequacy have been prepared and reported in line with the Control and Assurance Framework; and evidencing the Capital Adequacy have been prepared and reported in line with the Data Assurance Framework.
The role holder will work to ensure that the outputs are of a high quality, reflecting accepted regulatory policy and standards with transparent and robust control procedures that withstand internal and external scrutiny. They will carry out the delivery of analyses and reporting to the PRA, ensuring accuracy, and timeliness; including ‘Ad Hoc’ regulator requests. They will carry out the delivery of Regulatory MI for internal consumption within the Group/Bank and across the Global Businesses. The role holder will maintain strong collaborative working relationship across Group Functions. Work with stakeholders within Finance and beyond to implement changes to regulatory policy and standards, deal with ad-hoc requirements, quantitative impact studies / consultations.
The individual will be expected to ensure procedures are designed effectively and operate robustly such that they meet internal and external audit and regulatory expectations, these should be consistent with the global regulatory reporting process standards. The individual should anticipate, identify and mitigate operational risk in an appropriate, cost effective manner.
The successful candidate will be a graduate and will have the following:
Skills and Qualifications:
- Proven experience in a role responsible for regulatory reporting to the PRA
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral
- Personal presence and able to command respect at a senior level
- Experience in a range of business and operational processes across the breadth of the financial services environment
- Strong ability to identify and mitigate risks and apply appropriate controls
- Experience delivering to internal stakeholders such as internal auditors; business functions; etc.
- Commercially minded and ability to make decisions in a timely manner
Closing dates for applications: 5th October 2017