The individual will be responsible for report preparation, execution of key financial controls, maintenance of standard operating procedures, and communication of key reporting metrics to management and business stakeholders.
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the implementation and execution of the Compliance RCSA Program including: Process Mapping; Control Identification, Assessment and Substantiation; and Issue Management.
The candidate will be part of the eProcessing workflow build team that develops and delivers the target state implementation of a highly scalable and component based UI solution to support all trade processing functions.
This includes execution of large scale data management programs around report governance, data definitions, data issue/quality management, process improvement, and overall data governance and oversight across the Risk and Capital Data Domains.
There is a critical need to focus on ensuring that the risk reporting is comprehensive, useable, and accurate so that all levels of risk management can use it to understand and manage the business in a timely and effective manner.
The candidate should be comfortable working independently and have experience working in both small local teams as well as global virtual teams. Experience with business management, data analysis and productivity programs as well as resource management is a must.
Work with the Finance Business Architect to implement the Global Finance business Data Consumption strategy to ensure data completeness, integrity and flexibility is provided globally to meet internal and external reporting requirements across LOBs and Corporate users.
Identify diverse, top-level talent through aggressive sourcing methods, which include Internet research, networking, direct sourcing, employee referrals, advertisements, career events, associations, and other sources as needed.
The Internal Reporting Strategy and Execution Manager will be responsible for aligning strategy and implementing governance across Internal Reporting Strategy and Execution Book of Work initiatives. The