Associate Director | Group Regulatory Reporting Associate Director | Group Regulatory Reporting …

NAB - National Australia Bank
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
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NAB - National Australia Bank
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Associate Director | Group Regulatory Reporting
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About the role

The role of Associate Director, Group Regulatory Reporting (GRR) Partnering & Delivery (P&D) Regulatory Partner role will prepare Regulatory reports to meet the reporting requirements of the agencies within the required timeframe as well as manage sub-teams and portfolio of returns. This will be achieved by facilitating, actioning and managing the reporting process from report preparation through to submission of reports and includes post submission activities.


In this pivotal and exciting role, your key responsibilities will include:
  • Ensuring the report preparation process is complete and accurate for regulatory reporting purposes;
  • Working with the Manager, GRR P&D as relevant to develop plans to achieve optimal end-to-end service / process outcomes in each performance period;
  • Running appropriate validation and completeness checks via the custom reports including supporting data review schedules and reconciliation reports;
  • Undertaking data analysis, and validation of regulatory data, returns, surveys and custom reports;
  • Identifying and escalating issues to Data Validators, Return Reviewers, GRR Governance and the Business Data Stewards and working collaboratively with them on tactical and strategic resolution of data issues;
  • Actively managing risks, issues, incidents impacting regulatory reporting and working with appropriate stakeholders to drive appropriate remediation;
  • Coordinating and managing the workflow for returns/surveys/custom reports, including the review of supporting documents workflow, and ensuring return/survey/custom report sign off and submission;
  • Finalising commentary, adjustments and queries;
  • Coordinating with the broader GRR team and Return Owners to ensure that returns, surveys and custom reports are fit for purpose, and key controls across the preparation process are documented, performed, evidenced and operating effectively;
  • Supporting the Data Validators with validating and testing changes that impact Regulatory reporting;
  • Addressing and resolving return/survey post submission items in addition to queries from the agencies;
  • Ensuring all processes are documented and understood so that inexperienced staff can be trained in how to execute the standard process and that all staff are clear on the procedures they need to follow to ensure standard, repeatable and reliable outcomes;
  • Proactively managing their own performance, including seeking feedback, managing training requirements, and setting and achieving stretch goals;
  • Managing Senior Associates and the Offshore team to ensure the process(es) under their control are executed reliably within expected performance bands, including ensuring new or inexperienced staff are trained in how to execute the process within required quality standards;
  • Providing fact based performance feedback to the Manager, GRR P&D of team members under their day-to-day direction regarding the proficiency of assigned staff (for development purposes) and their performance on the job.

Skills and Experience

To succeed in this role, you must be able to work in a fast-paced and complex environment and have:
  • Previous experience in financial and statutory reporting and knowledge of regulatory reporting;
  • Knowledge of financial services business & products and industry experience is preferred;
  • Understanding of system mapping, financial reporting systems and processes;
  • Ability to review complex data structures and rules to analyse information from multiple sources;
  • Sound and detailed knowledge of the agencies' reporting requirements;
  • Highly evolved communication and leadership skills coupled with critical thinking and ability to engage and influence across a wide range of stakeholders;
  • Effective time management including ability to manage many priorities simultaneously;
  • Strong attention to detail, numeracy and analytical skills;
  • Relevant tertiary qualification in Business, Commence, Accounting or Finance and a post graduate qualification (CA, CPA or equivalent).

About NAB

We believe success comes from our people. We're committed to supporting your talent and skills through your career, as you help us build a culture that affects change for our customers - and for the community too. We have an African Australian Inclusion Program, a range of Grad, Traineeship and Internship Programs, we are proud to have dedicated $55 billion to help address climate change, be recognised as a Gold employer of LGBTI Inclusion by AWEI, and be an endorsed employer for Women by Work180. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity in the workplace.


From education and volunteer leave to learning benefits and banking discounts, we offer access to a wide range of employee benefits. For more information please visit here.

If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. Let's have a serious but informal chat about who you are and what drives you. We'd love to share our vision for the future of banking.

To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status.

Please note candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert.

*Please note unsolicited CVs from agencies will not be accepted.

Advertised: 06 Nov 2019 12:00 AM AUS Eastern Daylight Time