Regulatory Reporting Manager - FinTech Group - up to £90,000 - London
A high-growth FinTech Group is currently hiring for a Regulatory Reporting Manager. A broad role, with plenty of autonomy and the opportunity to influence from day one. This role will sit as a part of a collaborative team who have a clear set of goals and sense of direction for the business.
Regulatory Reporting Manager - Key Responsibilities:
- Asses impact of IFPR regulations on the Liquidity and Capital requirements of UK entities.
- Production of regulatory reports including liquidity, capital and client money.
- Improvement of Treasury MI reporting and KPIs
- Balance sheet management including group fiat and crypto oversight
- FX exposure hedging
- Support on preparation of ICAAP, ILAA, RRP, CFP, and new ICARA processes
- Deliver management information to internal teams as well as to Board level.
- Act as a key finance business partner when reviewing new products and processes within the group.
Skills and Experience:
As regulations change and the requirements placed on prudential teams increases, the need for automation and improvements in efficiency continue to increase.
You will be a self-starter with sound technical experience of producing and submitting COREP, LE, Liquidity returns as well as an understanding of financial products such as FX, Commodities and Cryptocurrencies.
Suited to someone who is a qualified (ACCA/ACA/CIMA) accountant with several years of post-qualified experience, ideally within a broad prudential regulation role in a bank/brokerage, covering both liquidity and capital reporting.
Part of an experienced and knowledgeable team, you will have responsibility to help develop and mentor more junior members of the team, with the opportunity to influence process and culture internally.
As the business continues to grow, you will continuously learn new skills and will come into an environment and industry sector with excellent long term earning potential.
For more information, get in touch or apply now for immediate consideration