Financial Analyst (Apply until: 12 November 2017)

  • Competitive
  • Brussels, Bruxelles-Capitale, Belgium
  • Permanent, Full time
  • National Bank of Belgium
  • 20 Oct 17 2017-10-20

The National Bank of Belgium (NBB) requires a financial analyst (F/M) for its Prudential Supervision of Banks and Stockbroking Firms Unit. This Unit is responsible for the supervision of more than a hundred credit institutions and stockbroking firms with a variety of sizes, activities and risk profiles. This Unit ensures that individual institutions organise their business activities in a safe manner and in accordance with the regulations.

 

Function

Within the Prudential Supervision Service, the analyst will be assigned responsibilities with regard to one or more institutions, within a multidisciplinary and even international team, in the case of joint supervision with the European Central Bank (ECB) within the scope of the European Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM).

He will monitor financial institutions’ compliance with the prudential regulations. Moreover, he will analyse and report back on the risks and financial soundness of the financial institutions and the financial sector. He may also be asked to work on developing regulations and supervisory policies for the financial sector.

 

Profile

Applicants must:

  • hold a Master's degree or PhD in Applied Economic Sciences or Business Engineering, or have equivalent experience
  • have experience with banking regulations, financial products and/or accounting principles (including IFRS), or be willing to thoroughly familiarise themselves with these areas
  • be functionally bilingual in Dutch and French and have good knowledge of English
  • be able to work independently, but also willing to work as part of a team in a multidisciplinary and international context
  • demonstrate adaptability and a sense of interpersonal relationships
  • have strong analytical skills and a sense of synthesis
  • possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • have a sense of initiative and organisation
  • be assertive and possess reasoning and persuasion skills
  • be stress resistant
  • pay particular attention to professional standards and confidentiality.

 

Program

  • 12/11/2017: closing date for applications
  • December 2017: online tests/interview
  • January 2018: assessment
  • end of January 2018: final selection interview.

 

Applications will only be considered if they are accompanied by a covering letter, a CV and a copy of the diploma(s) and the corresponding annexes (list of ECTS points if available). Foreign diplomas must be accompanied by an attestation of equivalence.