Head of Regulatory Reporting - Banking - London - up to £125,000
An international banking group currently has an opportunity for a Head of Regulatory Reporting to join the leadership team of their London operation.
A senior role in the London Finance team, you will provide leadership and oversight of the regulatory reporting function, forming a part of the departments management team.
Head of Regulatory Reporting - Responsibilities:
- Management of regulatory reporting processes including returns and submission to regulators, internal reporting and Group level MI
- Deliver process improvements, implementation of projects and embed new regulations in reporting process.
- Understanding and interpret new regulations and the impact on the bank.
- Manage a team of regulatory accountants
- Ownership of the reporting process to PRA/FCA, Bank of England
- Ownership of capital adequacy and liquidity
- Advise on RWA, liquidity impact analysis, input into ICAAP, ILAA and provide forecasting for UK and European entities.
- Maintain a robust risk and controls framework.
You will be an experienced Head of Regulatory Reporting, with previous experience of leading a prudential regulation function in a Bank. Sound understanding of both capital and liquidity reporting will be key, as well as a track record of motivating and managing a team.
Whilst this is a senior leadership role, you will also have a hands-on involvement in reporting so it's important that you are someone who can balance BAU production work with a significant level of oversight and review.
This is an excellent, senior level regulatory reporting opportunity, leading a division and having the opportunity to drive real improvements in the function. Working as part of a high-calibre and experienced management function, you will be given the autonomy but also the guidance and support to excel in the role.
An in-depth knowledge of capital requirements (Basel III), liquidity regulations, regulatory reporting systems and banking products is essential. A wider understanding of the regulatory environment in Europe would be an advantage.
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