Impairment Reporting Financial Analyst
What is the opportunity
This role presents an exceptional opportunity to broaden your knowledge of the Statutory and Regulatory process under IFRS 9. You will develop your problem solving and critical thinking abilities in order to identify and implement significant process changes.
You will ensure the ongoing delivery on the objectives of the Impairment Reporting team- to deliver accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and annual reporting of financial assets under IFRS 9 to key stakeholders (Financial Controllers, Group Credit etc.) to enable the Bank to fulfil its Statutory and Regulatory duties at each reporting period.
In this role you will
- Assist in the delivery of high quality IFRS 9 financial data to key stakeholders on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
- Prepare workings, reconciliations and adjustments ensuring that they are appropriately reviewed, adequate supporting evidence is maintained with any differences to be raised and/or investigated in a timely manner.
- Liaise with the financial control teams, External Reporting, FINREP and Group Credit and the external auditors, as appropriate, to ensure that timetable commitments are met and that any issues are appropriately resolved on a timely basis.
- Operation and continuous improvement of the team's IFC and EUC controls
- Work with the Transformation Team on developments and improvements of reporting, systems, processes and procedures to ensure Impairment Reporting deliver an excellent service to its key stakeholders and for the Group with maximum efficiency and data integrity.
- Provide support as required to he broader Impairment Reporting team and within Financial Reporting and other parts of the Group on various Group projects and initiatives
What will make you stand out
- 3+ years' experience in a Finance related role in financial services.
- You are brilliant when working to tight timeframes
- Strong organisational and analytical capabilities are essential
- You have great ability to work on your own initiative as well as operate as part of team
- Hardworking, committed self-starter with proactive, flexible approach to problem solving
- High degree of professionalism with a high level of attention to detail
- Resilient with an agile mind-set!
Recognised accountancy qualification or experience gained within a relevant business environment.
More about the team
The role is in the Impairment Reporting Team within the broader Financial Reporting Team in Group Financial Control.
Financial Reporting has responsibility to deliver accurate and timely Group and Bank financial information to internal stakeholders, and to fulfil external reporting requirements.
This is a hybrid role and can be done anywhere in the Republic of Ireland with the primary office location as Dublin. Travel will be required for in-person collaboration -exact frequency to be agreed with manager.
Why work with us?
The Bank of Ireland company culture prioritises work-life balance with an opportunity for flexible working, along with 23 days annual leave and excellent pension contributions. Family can mean different things to different people; we offer 6 months paid maternity leave, an innovative fertility and surrogacy policy and working parent supports.
Your wellbeing is important to us; we have an employee assistance program, WebDoctor and financial wellbeing coaches available. We also encourage and support staff to pursue educational and professional qualifications to grow and enhance your career!
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Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce. We offer reasonable accommodation at every stage of the application and interview process. If you require assistance, please contact email@example.com.
Closing date: Dec 8, 2023
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