Regulatory Financial Analyst
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Primarily responsible for preparation of various financial and balance sheet reports for global regulators such as The Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
- Reports prepared to capture exposure in all Non-US counterparts for calculations of monetary and fiscal policies by the FED on AXIOM SL, TABLEAU and ESSBASE; act as a subject matter expert on CCAR reporting
- Prepare monthly and quarterly regulatory reports such as all LCR reports – FR 2052a, Modified LCR, Public disclosure and custom reports, quarterly and annual reports on Axiom SL.
- Partner with business and technology departments to ensure both data and reporting accuracy and to resolve issues that are data or business related
- Perform data quality analysis on large sets of data including but not limited to documenting and communicating summary of findings, variances and root causes, reconciliations to GL, Call Reports and FR Y-9C, validating accuracy and consistency of data with internal and/or external data sources through collaboration with key business partners.
- Ensure timely and accurate reporting of the CCAR or Liquidity Management reporting schedules and Fed Edit Check respondent reports; provide support and active participation in the UAT process as a result of CCAR or Liquidity Management reporting requirement changes or system or reporting tool changes
- Perform routine and timely reviews and research on regulatory instruction changes (e.g. changes to schedule data elements, requirements or instructions) through an internal change management process.
- Handle the regulatory requirements, data mapping, data analysis and UAT for all the reports on Axiom SL; calculation of liquidity coverage ratio of the bank which is submitted to the regulators on monthly basis
- Technical skills such as MS Office, ACL, HYPERION ESSBASE, AXIOM, TABLEAU, SQL and functional skills viz. US GAAP, SOX 404, SEC regulations, FRBNY regulations and IFRS.
- Maintains and ensures policies, procedures and controls for CCAR or Liquidity Management reporting are up to date and are in accordance with SOX controls, Data Governance and Regulatory Reporting Policies
- Coordinate and document internal regulatory processes, such as internal audits, inspections, license renewals, or registrations. May compile and prepare materials for submission to regulatory agencies.
We require the minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in specialized field of study such as Business Administration, Finance, Management or equivalent relevant degree.
How to Apply:
Send your resume to email@example.com or Fax to 248-412-4055.