Description of business unit
Regulatory Reporting Controls & Operations (RRCO) is responsible for Statistical, Liquidity and Capital related regulatory reporting for all licensed business divisions across the BoI Group.
Purpose of the Role
The Liquidity Reporting team within RRCO is responsible for reporting liquidity data to the Group's Regulators and Supervisors, including the delivery of daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly returns.
- Delivery of assigned Liquidity Reporting Product processes within agreed timelines that support the delivery of the following Regulatory returns: Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR); Additional Monitoring Metrics (AMM); Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR); Short Term Exercise (STE) Template.
- Maintain the existing strong governance framework to ensure full compliance with all controls, limits, standards and obligations under Group policies: (i.e. 4 eye control, recs, EUC's):
- Support delivery of all processes/returns to audit and 'Internal Financial Control (SOx-level)' programme standards;
- Ensure any discrepancies/queries are investigated and explained;
- Support maintenance of audit ready documentation (Basis of Prep, procedures, issue log, escalation policy, process maps etc.);
- Support RRCO/Group Finance/Group Treasury input into strategic projects and ad-hoc Regulatory requests such as Annual Liquidity Exercise, Single Resolution Board (SRB), Group Transformation Projects and RRCO Operational Improvement etc.
- Develop an understanding and working knowledge of all Liquidity Reporting Product (8) processes and all Liquidity Regulatory returns to broaden knowledge and ensure the delivery of BAU reporting during annual leave periods;
- Work collaboratively with the wider RRCO team to consistently deliver solution based approaches which support the achievement of business objectives (timely accurate reporting of Regulatory returns within a high control environment);
- Support Business Continuity processes, including Business Continuity Plans desktop and Work Area Recovery testing;
- Maintain relationships with key partners, including Group Treasury (including Group Deposits), BoI Global Markets, BoI (UK) Plc etc. to ensure awareness of funding strategies and/or initiatives for liquidity reporting purposes.
What is the opportunity
An exciting opportunity to join the Liquidity Reporting team as a Liquidity Analyst has arose. The primary objective of the role is to support the efficient delivery and assurance of the Group's regulatory liquidity returns. This role will report directly to the Liquidity Reporting Manager.
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Please note you must live in the jurisdiction to the business to which you are contracted.
- Hold a relevant Third-level qualification in mathematics, statistics, IT, Accounting or another subject area involving a significant numerical element.
- A high calibre part-qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA).
Essential Skills & Experience
- Knowledge of/keen curiosity about Banking/Financial Services sector;
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (particularly Excel) with a solid understanding of VBA helpful;
- Understanding/experience in the use of analytical tools (i.e. SAS, VB, SQL);
- Data manipulation & analysis skills and techniques.
Desirable Qualifications, Skills & Experience
- Ability to collaborate closely with and handle the requirements of multiple partners;
- Ability to adapt and perform in a multifaceted environment;
- Strong planning and organisational skills;
- Ownership and integrity effective drive and passion;
- Quick Learner and an assertive individual who can effectively collaborate in a team and act independently when appropriate;
- Ability to deliver change and improve current processes.
- One Group, one team - Self
- Agile - Self
- Accountable - Self
- Manage Risk - Self
- Customer Focused - Self
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles supplied to Bank of Ireland by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this role.
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