Regulatory Reporting – Asset Management
Applicants will need to ensure the provision of high quality service levels to all relevant business streams, and internal and external clients, whilst ensuring regulatory, risk and internal standards are maintained. The successful candidate will focus on core processes, identifying any reporting issues and resolving exceptions. Remit also requires the successful candidate to implement robust controls, facilitate UAT and provide status updates to management. You will work with the team responsible for the monitoring and remediation of issues within Regulatory Trade reporting for DFA and EMIR, investigating breaks, achieving resolution, escalating issues and recording required fixes to the process. The role will suit candidates wanting to take the next step in their career, who are able to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple responsibilities. It requires good knowledge and experience of FCA and EMIR Trade reporting, together with an understanding of and knowledge of how to review and clear reconciliation breaks. A good working knowledge of computer applications including Excel is required, along with the ability to provide meaningful MI to a variety of stakeholders. It provides the opportunity to participate in the governance of the regulatory reporting process and foster strong relationships with relevant Product, Compliance, Risk and Finance colleagues.