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Senior Financial Analyst - Capital Reporting

New York, New York;

Job Description:

The primary responsibilities of the Capital Calculation & Analysis (CC&A) team within Enterprise Capital Management (ECM) are the timely and accurate computation of the company’s regulatory capital, research to determine causes of unanticipated capital changes, design, construction and testing of tools and methodologies for capital calculation, and ad-hoc analytical reporting to senior management and regulatory agencies. Success requires understanding of regulatory capital and accounting rules and the ability to formulate means by which answers may be derived from large sets of data. Tools that the group develops calculate the amount of capital required to support the asset holdings of the Bank. CC&A is looking for a motivated self-starter who wants to learn how capital is calculated and reported both internally and externally.

In our rapidly changing banking environment the individual in this role will be expected to maintain policies and procedures for capital reporting as well have capital production responsibilities. They will learn to identify opportunities to enhance tools and processes and create documentation supporting those enhancements. The ability to coordinate projects to bring about change in processes and procedures, quantify the results of such change and communicate these enhancements across ECM, Technology and Compliance is important. Strong quantitative and analytic skills as well as familiarity with banking products are needed.

Qualifications

  • BS in engineering, economics, math, statistics, finance or accounting, or equivalent work experience

  • Must have working knowledge of Regulatory Capital, Capital Reporting

  • Working knowledge and understanding of BASEL III is highly desired

  • 2+ years of experience with quantitative methods applied to finance and banking

  • Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word

  • Ability to simultaneously manage multiple tasks and responsibilities successfully

  • Advanced knowledge and experience using SQL and working with large databases

  • Ability to use eLedger and Tableau

  • Excellent communication skills

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

The primary responsibilities of the Capital Calculation & Analysis (CC&A) team within Enterprise Capital Management (ECM) are the timely and accurate computation of the company’s regulatory capital, research to determine causes of unanticipated capital changes, design, construction and testing of tools and methodologies for capital calculation, and ad-hoc analytical reporting to senior management and regulatory agencies. Success requires understanding of regulatory capital and accounting rules and the ability to formulate means by which answers may be derived from large sets of data. Tools that the group develops calculate the amount of capital required to support the asset holdings of the Bank. CC&A is looking for a motivated self-starter who wants to learn how capital is calculated and reported both internally and externally.

In our rapidly changing banking environment the individual in this role will be expected to maintain policies and procedures for capital reporting as well have capital production responsibilities. They will learn to identify opportunities to enhance tools and processes and create documentation supporting those enhancements. The ability to coordinate projects to bring about change in processes and procedures, quantify the results of such change and communicate these enhancements across ECM, Technology and Compliance is important. Strong quantitative and analytic skills as well as familiarity with banking products are needed.

Qualifications

  • BS in engineering, economics, math, statistics, finance or accounting, or equivalent work experience

  • Must have working knowledge of Regulatory Capital, Capital Reporting

  • Working knowledge and understanding of BASEL III is highly desired

  • 2+ years of experience with quantitative methods applied to finance and banking

  • Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word

  • Ability to simultaneously manage multiple tasks and responsibilities successfully

  • Advanced knowledge and experience using SQL and working with large databases

  • Ability to use eLedger and Tableau

  • Excellent communication skills

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 

40

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Full time

JR-21011701

Manages People: No

Travel: No

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