Oferta pracy

Derivatives Regulatory Reporting Specialist

CREDIT SUISSE Poland

  • Wrocław, dolnośląskie

  • ważna jeszcze 15 dni
    do: 15 gru 2021
  • Pełny etat
  • Specjalista (Mid / Regular)
Derivatives Regulatory Reporting Specialist #186146
Workplace: Wrocław

This is an opportunity to work within the Credit Suisse front office as a member of the Regulatory Services Central Office Team.

The Regulatory Services Central Office team provides regulatory intelligence, solutions, and services to the Bank globally. The team serves as the centralized point of contact for external partners on Regulatory queries, while capturing and maintaining global best methodologies across our centralized controls. They function as a liaison between Regulatory Services and the bank’s internal client facing areas (Sales, Trade Management, Client Onboarding, and Customer Service Representatives). This position provides the opportunity to learn numerous products and Regulations in a dynamic environment in order to mitigate 

  • Manage and engage with our external clients daily on their regulatory reporting queries.
  • Develop knowledge across multiple Regulations (EMIR, SFTR, CFTC, FINMA, etc.) and products (derivatives & securities financing transactions) in order to provide holistic support to our internal and external partners.
  • Identify and remediate reporting issues to mitigate risk for Credit Suisse and our clients.
  • Manage a number of centralized controls.

Your future colleagues

Wider Regulatory Reporting team is responsible for managing the status of trades reported to Regulators across the world. This is performed through the completion of daily reconciliation process (between CS systems and Trade Repository) and trade rejection monitoring. The team performs analysis of reconciliation results and investigation of issues highlighted in regards to breaks or timeliness. Regulatory Services team has a global footprint – you will liaise with colleagues from UK, US, Switzerland and Singapore. We are a department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realising the firm’s D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global cultural values.  

We are looking for:

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with fluency in English.
  • 1-3 years of experience (Client service experience will be an advantage)
  • Technical Acumen - specifically MS Office products (Excel, Project, PowerPoint), Atlas (preferred but not mandatory)
  • Interested in learning new tools - such as Tableau
  • Proven experience in Risk, Regulatory, Compliance or Control Areas (preferred but not mandatory)
  • Degree in finance/banking would be a plus.
  • Results-oriented individual with outstanding organizational, interpersonal and analytical skills.
  • Ability to perform to high level of accuracy and have good attention to detail.
  • Phenomenal problem solving skills, ability to identify issues, propose and implement solutions.
  • Dedicated, hardworking individual and happy to take initiative to improve.
  • Dedication to fostering an inclusive culture and value diverse perspectives
Derivatives Regulatory Reporting Specialist #186146Numer ref.: 186146

This is an opportunity to work within the Credit Suisse front office as a member of the Regulatory Services Central Office Team.

The Regulatory Services Central Office team provides regulatory intelligence, solutions, and services to the Bank globally. The team serves as the centralized point of contact for external partners on Regulatory queries, while capturing and maintaining global best methodologies across our centralized controls. They function as a liaison between Regulatory Services and the bank’s internal client facing areas (Sales, Trade Management, Client Onboarding, and Customer Service Representatives). This position provides the opportunity to learn numerous products and Regulations in a dynamic environment in order to mitigate 

  • Manage and engage with our external clients daily on their regulatory reporting queries.
  • Develop knowledge across multiple Regulations (EMIR, SFTR, CFTC, FINMA, etc.) and products (derivatives & securities financing transactions) in order to provide holistic support to our internal and external partners.
  • Identify and remediate reporting issues to mitigate risk for Credit Suisse and our clients.
  • Manage a number of centralized controls.

Your future colleagues

Wider Regulatory Reporting team is responsible for managing the status of trades reported to Regulators across the world. This is performed through the completion of daily reconciliation process (between CS systems and Trade Repository) and trade rejection monitoring. The team performs analysis of reconciliation results and investigation of issues highlighted in regards to breaks or timeliness. Regulatory Services team has a global footprint – you will liaise with colleagues from UK, US, Switzerland and Singapore. We are a department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realising the firm’s D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global cultural values.  

We are looking for:

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with fluency in English.
  • 1-3 years of experience (Client service experience will be an advantage)
  • Technical Acumen - specifically MS Office products (Excel, Project, PowerPoint), Atlas (preferred but not mandatory)
  • Interested in learning new tools - such as Tableau
  • Proven experience in Risk, Regulatory, Compliance or Control Areas (preferred but not mandatory)
  • Degree in finance/banking would be a plus.
  • Results-oriented individual with outstanding organizational, interpersonal and analytical skills.
  • Ability to perform to high level of accuracy and have good attention to detail.
  • Phenomenal problem solving skills, ability to identify issues, propose and implement solutions.
  • Dedicated, hardworking individual and happy to take initiative to improve.
  • Dedication to fostering an inclusive culture and value diverse perspectives

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