• Competitive
  • Paris, Ile-de-France, France
  • Temporary, Part time
  • Moody's
  • 26 Apr 18

Intern - Software Development Regulatory Reporting (3 months)

Location: Paris, Ile-de-France, France

Proposed Internship: Development of a software utility to create templates from regulatory reporting metadata.

Description: Adding to our reporting toolkit, we are seeking to develop a software to create automatically various templates targeting different outputs (e.g. HTML, Excel, XBRL, XML) from the European Banking Authority's Access database.

The role is part of the ERS - Banking Reg Team (BRT) in charge of the regulatory reporting setup in order to adequately respond to the influx of new regulatory requirements in the banking industry. Our goal is to be able to support our clients around the world to the meet regulatory requirements of the banking regulation according to Basel II/III standards.

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  • Final year Student in Engineering School (Major in Computer Science and Finance)
  • Proficient in Python programing language.
  • Good knowledge of finance
  • Good level of English


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