Market Risk - Regulatory Reporting Market Risk - Regulatory Reporting …

HSBC
in London, United Kingdom
Contract, Full time
Last application, 23 Oct 20
Negotiable
HSBC
in London, United Kingdom
Contract, Full time
Last application, 23 Oct 20
Negotiable
Looking for a Qualified Accountant who will be responsible for the production, consolidation and reporting of Market Risk RWA balances for HSBC Group and other entities.

Role Purpose

    • The role will be responsible for the production, consolidation and reporting of Market Risk RWA balances for HSBC Group, HBEU and other entities. This includes the preparation of inputs to global COREP and Pillar 3 reports, liaising with Traded Risk and Front Office representatives to understand model changes and business drivers underlying internal models and assisting and advising sites on the correct application of Standard Rules under regulatory requirements. The role will also work closely with Risk to provide ad-hoc analysis and guidance, including but not limited to Stress Testing, QIS submissions and regulatory reporting returns.
    • The role requires a high degree of interaction with the GFC team in Hyderabad, helping them with producing market risk numbers, implementation of controls within EUCs and leading the improvements in the overall process.
    • Leading the remediation project of market risk S166 review findings and closure of all review observations in a timely and efficient manner.
    • Critical to the role's success will be the interaction with Traded Risk; the holder will need to challenge the outputs appropriately and ensure an effective control environment whilst building a strong relationship between Risk and Finance.
  • The holder of this role will be required to have a strong understanding of both regulatory rules and investment banking products in order to provide input and guidance to ensure accurate and timely reporting and analytical review.

Key Accountabilities

Impact on Business

    • Production of MR RWA numbers, group consolidation, COREP reports and sign off packs for publication on a quarterly basis
    • Preparation of management review packs for monthly RWA
    • S166 review findings remediation
  • Preparation of Pillar 3 reports and delivering business as usual reporting deliverables

Customers / Stakeholders

    • Finance management
    • Capital Management / Business Managers
    • Traded Risk controllers
  • Internal audit

Leadership & Teamwork

    • Leasing the S166 issues remediation process
    • Liaise with IT and document processes for colleagues in Hyderabad
    • Engage with stakeholders and deliver key reports under a time-pressured environment
  • Identify opportunities and put into practice improved control and analytical review

Operational Effectiveness & Control

    • Maintenance of end user controls and business maintained tables
    • Create packs for management review & sign-off
    • Appropriate audit trails and documentation maintained for all controls
  • Monitor through management review and challenge.

Major Challenges

    • Coordination of a detailed and complex reporting process, ensuring all pertinent issues and movements are raised to management within the context of business partnership.
    • Maintenance of a network of site contacts.
  • Resolution of issues within a complex and challenging control and system environment, reducing the need for off-system and high-operational risk adjustments.

Role Context

  • HSBC is a large and complex organisation, with numerous system flows.
  • The Market Risk of the trading book is currently calculated based on both internal models and standard rules across a number of sites. Internal Model MR capital requirements is calculated by Traded Risk and Standard Rules MR RWA is calculated by Regulatory Reporting in Finance. Due to the increasing requirements for granular data within regulatory reporting and processes such as stress testing, analytical review and issue resolution is becoming increasingly important.

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