Regulatory Reporting Accountant - Financial Services - City of London - Hybrid Working - £60k-£70k + Significant bonus opportunity (50%+)
A high-growth trading firm in the City is currently hiring for a Regulatory Reporting Accountant. Based in swanky London offices, this role will cover capital reporting across UK and European entities.
With a major focus on growth, this highly sophisticated business can offer plenty of opportunity for an ambitious accountant to really accelerate their career growth. You'll be working with some of the smartest people in the industry who come from a diverse range of background.
Opportunity to work flexibly within a hybrid office model, as well as the chance to develop exposure outside of core regulatory accounting.
As a Regulatory Accountant, they key objective of your role is to make sure that reports and returns are completed in an accurate and timely way. In this role that means for the UK business as well as European entities.
You will also play a key role in maintaining a robust controls framework, in line with advice from the regulator, and maintain ongoing improvement in processes and controls.
Supporting the Head of Regulatory Reporting, you will support the business in being able to adapt in changes from the regulator and provide commentary to senior management on impacts to the business in any regulatory environment changes.
As well as typical BAU responsibilities mentioned, you'll have plenty of opportunity to get involved in projects both within Regulatory Reporting as well as wider Finance.
You will ideally be ACA/ACCA/CIMA Qualified, or approaching the latter stages of your exams. Somewhere in the region of 2-5 years experience would suit for this role, allowing you to have a good base understanding of the industry and a highly regulated environment.
Knowledge of financial products within capital markets would be an advantage, as well as previous experience in an Investment Manager / Hedge Fund / Big 4 Consulting firm / Investment Bank.
Experience of preparing COREP and FCA returns would be important. If you haven't covered regulatory accounting previously, then an ability to evidence your relevant transferable experience and a drive to develop in the sector is key.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly ambitious firm in a lucrative sector, in what could be a career-defining opportunity for the right person.