Senior Manager, Group Liquidity Regulatory Reporting

  • Negotiable
  • London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • 16 Jul 18 2018-07-16

Regulatory Reporting senior manager (Liquidity)

Job description

We are looking for an outgoing and highly motivated Regulatory Reporting senior manager with a minimum of 2 years PQE to support management explain, governance and change related activities relating to the Group's Liquidity Regulatory Reporting.

As a Group Liquidity Regulatory Reporting team member, you will work closely with the Treasury team in London, the on-shore country based finance teams across the Group's global footprint, and the reporting support team in India. You will also play a key role for the timely and accurate regulatory submissions for the UK / EU regulated Group and Bank Solo entities.This is an exciting opportunity to move into a Group function and develop a deep understanding of how a major Bank manages its liquidity and balance sheet funding requirements. Business. The Group Liquidity Regulatory Reporting team, is responsible for oversight of the Group's regulatory liquidity position. The team's responsibilities include monitoring limits for key liquidity metrics, and engagement with business and regional liquidity reporting counterparts across the Group. Processes The role holder will be a key contributor to second line of defence under the ORF as the responsible party for production and signoff of key liquidity regulatory metrics. The successful candidate will concentrate on management explain of liquidity ratios, high level governance and change management aspects of liquidity as BAU reporting production and reconciliations are managed by a large offshore team. The role holder will be responsible for review of regulatory and internal liquidity policy changes to assess impact to liquidity ratios and changes to reporting requirements, and contribute to gap analysis initiatives to determine developments required to meet new regulatory requirements, given data sources already available.

People and Talent This is a senior manager level role, with a direct reporting line into head of Group Liquidity Regulatory Reporting. The successful candidate will work closely with colleagues in the Treasury and Risk division on areas such as policy setting and calibration of internal limits with respect to regulatory metrics. The successful candidate will act as a liaison between the regulatory reporting team, the business, and the policy owners in Treasury and Risk divisions, and partner with Business Analysts working on project initiatives to prepare for new regulatory requirements. Key responsibilities for the role include:Lead through example and build the appropriate culture and values. Set appropriate tone and expectations from their team and work in collaboration with risk and control partners.Employ, engage and retain high quality people, with succession planning for critical roles.Set and monitor job descriptions and objectives for direct reports and provide feedback and rewards in line with their performance against those responsibilities and objectives. Responsible for identifying, assessing, monitoring, controlling and mitigating risks to the Group. Also, an awareness and understanding of the main risks facing the Group and the role the individual plays in managing them.The ability to interpret the Group's financial information, identify key issues based on this information and put in place appropriate controls and measures.Support the risk control owner under the Group's Risk Management Framework (including relevant Operational Risk Framework ownership for Regulatory Reporting risk and Liquidity Risk). Ensure a full understanding of the risk and control environment in area of responsibility. Governance Key role responsibilities include review and challenge of liquidity regulatory submissions across a range of liquidity metrics, including LCR, NSFR, Additional Liquidity Monitoring Metrics and Intraday Liquidity. Awareness and understanding of the regulatory framework in which the Group operates, and the regulatory requirements and expectations relevant to the role. Responsible for delivering 'effective governance'; capability to challenge team members and colleagues effectively; and willingness to work with regulators in an open and cooperative manner.

Regulatory & Business conduct

  • Display exemplary conduct and live by the Group's Values and Code of Conduct.
  • Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across Standard Chartered Bank. This includes understanding and ensuring compliance with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and the Group Code of Conduct.
  • Lead the team to achieve the outcomes set out in the Bank's Conduct Principles.
  • Effectively and collaboratively identify, escalate, mitigate and resolve risk, conduct and compliance matters.
  • Interaction with regulators - PRA, Bank of England.
  • Key Stakeholders
  • The role holder will be required to build and maintain strong relationships across key stakeholder groups including members of other teams within the Finance and Treasury functions, Business heads as well as management of the offshore reporting and IT support teams.
  • Other Responsibilities
  • Embed "Here for good" and Group's brand and values in Group Finance function
  • Perform other responsibilities assigned under Group, Country, Business or Functional policies and procedures.
  • Qualifications;

· University degree or equivalent

· Qualified accountant, minimum 2 years PQE

· Experience of working in a Financial Accounting environment, Financial Instruments knowledge required. Experience in regulatory reporting or liquidity management roles would be highly advantageous.