Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms, Capital Manager, Dublin
There is opportunity for someone with your skillset to join Macquarie's Group Treasury division in our EMEA Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team at the manager/senior manager level.
The Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team is responsible for prudential calculations, external/internal reporting, advanced analytics and supporting platforms.
The primary focus of this role is the successful review and challenge of the Capital reporting obligations of Macquarie Bank Europe. The role will also include capital analytics, stress testing/sensitivity analysis, impact assessments and change that are part of the wider Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team's responsibilities. You will be involved in:
- providing the onshore review, challenge and scrutiny of all Capital prudential reporting obligations of Macquarie Bank Europe providing sign off to the regional head of the Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team. Capital Obligations include (not limited to)
- daily estimate of Macquaire Bank Europe Capital ratios and Large Exposure monitoring
- daily monitoring of Core recovery metrics
- monthly Reporting (Internal) to the Macquarie Bank Europe CFO, CRO and ALCO
- quarterly COREP EBA requirements (ex. Liquidity modules).
- supporting the wider Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team with understanding and commentary for business changes and movements in RWAs/Leverage/Balance Sheet
- reviewing and recommending enhancements to the production processes and controls by working with both the embedded risk function within the Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms team and the Head of production (Offshore role)
- supporting the implementation of upcoming regulatory changes and developments, assessing the impact of these on the capital reporting forms with the Platforms and Change team
- owning the production of Pillar 3 (annual) statements and support regulatory disclosures required as part of the annual statutory accounts of Macquarie Bank Europe.
In addition to the Core role above the candidate will also be exposed to the risk, platforms, projects and analytics pillars and will be expected to contribute to the overall success of the Reporting, Risk, Analytics and Platforms function
You will: have knowledge of the current EU/international prudential regime, particularly CRD / CRR capital calculations, such as SACCR, standardised approach to market risk and large exposure; exposure to and understanding of capital reporting requirements. (Taxonomy 3.1); the ability to understand and evaluate an extensive body of rules and apply them effectively in a complex business environment particularly in relation to capital reporting and forecasting; strong relationship management skills and an ability to interface with a broad cross-section of individuals; be well organised and methodical approach with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail; and have excellent time management skills and an ability to work to deadlines is essential.
Finally, previous exposure to Pillar III reporting requirements is advantageous however not essential You will:
- be a team player, willing to help wherever required
- have a practical and well organised approach to work, with demonstrable history of delivering to deadlines
- have the ability to apply judgement and to escalate issues where appropriate
- have experience in Regulatory Reporting
- have experience working with systems processing large volumes of data, and the controls required to manage such systems, will be well regarded.
If this sounds like your next role, then please apply now. About the Financial Management Group
The Financial Management Group provides financial, tax and treasury services to all areas of Macquarie. The group is focused on providing strategic analysis and advice to Macquarie's businesses and senior management, managing Macquarie's funding, liquidity and capital position, ensuring Macquarie continues to meet regulatory and compliance obligations and managing Macquarie's corporate affairs. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
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