Regulatory Reporting Policy AVP
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The Regulatory Reporting Policy Assistant Vice President position reports to the Managing Director, Regulatory Reporting within the Controller’s and Tax Services (CTS) Department and is responsible for determining regulatory reporting policy, interpretation of regulatory rules and instructions, and proper documentation and communication to enterprise stakeholders of those policies and interpretations. The Regulatory Reporting Policy AVP will collaborate with other members of the Regulatory Reporting team to provide education to the Regulatory Reporting staff and key stakeholders on regulatory reporting matters including interpretive guidance and changes in rules and regulations.
Major Responsibilities include:
- Monitoring regulatory communications on requirements, including new or revised rules, regulations, forms and instructions with impact to regulatory reporting.
- Assessing impact of new or revised regulatory reporting requirements and communicating this analysis to regulatory reporting teams and other stakeholders
- Evaluating regulatory reporting requirements for complex new products and transactions. Researching and resolving issues; providing recommendations; escalating to senior management, as needed
- Supporting the Regulatory Report Owners and key stakeholders in providing interpretive guidance on the regulatory reporting requirements.
- Partnering with Accounting Policy to assess the impact of changes in US GAAP and providing guidance on the impact of these changes on the regulatory reports
- Developing, maintaining and publishing for internal stakeholders a regulatory reporting guidance manual to address complex reporting matters and areas of interpretation.
- Preparing materials and presentations and providing administrative support for governance meetings and regulatory reporting interpretation forums.
- Ensuring desktop procedures for the processes conducted within the CTS Regulatory Reporting Policy team are adhered to, and are maintained current, accurate and, at the level of detail expected by the regulators.
- Ensuring adherence to internal controls, department procedures and bank policy and procedures.
- Collaborating with the Regulatory Reporting Training team to inform the development of the training program, and serving as a subject matter expert in the development of training materials
- Supporting reviews and examinations by internal and external parties, including regulatory examinations, internal audits, compliance testing, control and transaction testing
- Other ad-hoc regulatory policy projects, as assigned.
- Accounting or finance degree is required
- Minimum 7 years related experience, including a minimum of 3 years of experience in bank regulatory reporting or accounting policy
- CPA or Chartered Accountant, or equivalent, is strongly preferred
- Big 4 public accounting experience is strongly preferred
- Strong and current understanding of banking regulatory reporting rules and instructions and US GAAP (knowledge of BASEL capital rules is a plus)
- Experience interpreting and applying the regulatory reporting instructions and rules
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills
- Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work in cross functional teams
- Strong capability to work both collaboratively and independently to meet tight deadlines, and flexibility in handling moving targets and multiple competing priorities
- Proficient in using Microsoft suite of products (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and SharePoint
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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Job posted: 2020-10-23