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Regulatory Reporting Analyst - Regulatory Controllers - Assistant Vice President - London
February 6, 2018
London, United Kingdom
Jefferies, the global investment banking firm, has served companies and investors for over 50 years. Headquartered in New York with its European head office in London and staff in over 30 global cities, the firm provides clients with capital markets and financial advisory services, institutional brokerage and securities research, and wealth and asset management. Jefferies provides research and execution services in equity, fixed income, foreign exchange, futures and commodities markets, and a full range of investment banking services including underwriting, merger and acquisition, restructuring and recapitalisation.
The Regulatory Controllers department is part of Finance and is responsible for all prudential regulatory matters for Jefferies in Europe. This includes:
all external capital and liquidity reporting to regulatory bodies.
internal monitoring of key regulatory ratios (capital, liquidity, large exposures, leverage).
interpretation of new regulatory requirements and assessing the impact on the firm.
responding to ad-hoc regulatory requests.
internal guidance on new business initiatives.
conducting and documenting key internal capital and liquidity assessments including ICAAP, ILAA, Recovery & Resolution Planning, Pillar 3 disclosures.
capital planning (including stress testing).
supporting the on-going development and enhancement of the firm's stress testing framework.
Role and Key Responsibilities
The successful candidate will be part of the Regulatory Reporting and Policy team within Regulatory Controllers, who are responsible for:
Supporting the external reporting process, through calculation of the capital and liquidity requirements and preparation of the reports to final sign-off by senior management. This covers all relevant regulatory authorities and includes capital, leverage, large exposures and liquidity.
Ensuring all reports are submitted on time, managing the timeline to ensure reviews are complete to schedule.
Ensuring that the capital and liquidity calculations are fully compliant with relevant regulations (especially CRR) by working with relevant policy specialists.
Providing assistance in the daily review all internal reports to be distributed to senior management, including commentary on day-on-day movements, ensuring it is distributed on a timely basis, and commentary is meaningful for the management of capital and liquidity.
Working on enhancing the systems and processes and automation of requirements in the regulatory reporting system, taking part in projects as required by the change function. This requires drafting requirement documents and participating in testing.
Assisting with new business initiatives ensuring that relevant reporting (internal and external) can be maintained following the implementation of new products.
The following skills and experience are required for this role:
Educated to degree level.
Previous experience in the financial services environment.
Good communication skills.
Analytical and numerate.
Working and contributing within a team environment.
Comfortable working in a dynamic, changing and ever evolving environment.
Ability to work independently and assume responsibility for project deliverables.
Knowledge of financial products including fixed income, and equity products (cash and derivatives).
Understanding of the UK regulatory framework including requirements in the FCA's Handbooks.
Understanding of Basel III (CRR/CRD IV) requirements including of transitional arrangements and especially implementation of reporting in Europe (COREP).