The Firmwide Regulatory Reporting & Analysis (FRRA) team resides within Corporate Finance. The group is responsible for the execution and delivery against the Firm’s regulatory reporting requirements to its U.S. regulators. The team has end-to-end responsibility for US regulatory reporting and capital stress testing, including the design, implementation, and oversight of the execution, analysis, and control and governance frameworks. Its mandate includes determining the appropriate investment in people, processes and technology to improve the accuracy, completeness and consistency of the Firm’s US regulatory reporting and capital stress testing submissions, as well as the implementation of new requirements and guidelines as they are published.
The objectives of the FRRA Team are to provide leadership on all aspects of US regulatory reporting and firmwide capital stress-testing, including both internal and regulatory requirements.
The Regulatory Reporting & Analytics Team is responsible for Form TFC-01, TFC-02, TIC-D and FR 2314 reports that are submitted to the US Regulators. The reports are a suite of weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual filings covering over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives in broad categories that includes foreign exchange, interest rate, equity- and commodity-linked, and credit default swaps across a range of underlying currencies, interest rates, and equity markets.
As Associate in Regulatory Reporting & Analytics Team, this role is responsible for managing the preparation and consolidation of Form TFC-01, TFC-02, TIC-D and FR 2436. The individual will work with a team of finance professionals, collaborating and working in a team environment to achieve targeted objectives.
Background & Skill Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree required, Finance, Accounting or related field preferred (3-5 years of relevant experience)
Strong written and oral communication skills
Ability to manage multiple projects and initiatives
Desire and aptitude to learn in a fast paced, results driven environment
Self-motivated, takes initiative and ownership, and develops meaningful and effective working relationships
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Demonstrated project management/organizational skills
Strong analytical skills and problem solving skills
Ability to make sound business decisions
Competency in spreadsheet and database software; Microsoft Excel, Access and PowerPoint
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