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Review daily liquidity reports for all reporting entities including daily funding dashboard, intraday and cash funding, intercompany reports and daily cash flow projections.
Oversight of offshore transactional support team, and review daily security transaction exceptions report with offshore team and follow up on actions and remediations
Review and sign off level 2 on all daily report productions, approx. 8 daily reports
Provide I2C control sign offs
Monitor daily breaches of limits/thresholds and follow escalation procedures
Work with Risk teams to maintain the limits/threshold and EWIs framework
Work with IT support team on data issues and UAT sign off validation
Involve in projects with offshore team related to data quality review on liquidity reporting including Liquidity Accounting Consistency (LAC) process, cross liquidity report reviews
involve production issues including system feed issues, manual adjustments and follow up data enhancements with system projects
Assist in regulator reviews and internal audit reviews
involve in projects of system automations and enhancements, model user-acceptance-testing (UAT)
Short term solution to stabilize data reporting by use of excel or other tools, including macro to facilitate reporting needs
Knowledge of financial products (derivatives, equity and fixed income securities, currencies, structured products, deferred commission assets, commodities, commercial paper, private equity, hedges)
Knowledge in regulatory reporting in liquidity risk management and other relevant compliance requirements (e.g. FR2052a, SR11-7) a plus
Strong Excel skills, VBA a plus
Microstrategy knowledge a plus
Strong writing and communication skills
Ability to work with aggressive deadlines
Good analytical and communication skills
Must be well organized and detail oriented
Must be able to multitask and adapt to a changing work environment
Must be a team player
Knowledge in banking products --- derivatives, loans, funding vehicles, currencies, fixed income and equity securities
Strong writing and communication skills
Ability to work independently with aggressive deadlines
Strong accounting and finance background
2-5 years of experience in financial institutions
Degree in Finance and/or Accounting
The Liquidity Management Reporting team in the Accounting and Finance department of SG USA has significant initiatives in the coming years which objective is to strengthen and adapt technology infrastructure and business processes for Risk and liquidity reporting production need and to support the business growth as well as compliance with regulatory reporting requirements. Among these initiatives are defining and implementing accounting and regulatory reporting for regulatory/compliance reporting initiatives for both Bank and combined US operations. It includes daily, weekly and monthly liquidity funding reporting and liquidity stress testing reporting and various other funding flow snapshots. In addition, the team interfaces with regulators and business support for reviews, examinations as well as reporting requirement changes
We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, sexual or gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.
Job code: 19000Y1J Business unit: SG Americas Securities Starting date: 03/02/2020 Date of publication: 27/12/2019