(Senior) Finance & Regulatory Analyst (M/F)

The Finance Methodology, Expertise and Support team acts within the Finance Department with a transversal role and is responsible of the main following areas:

  • Lead the various IFRS analysis on request with a specific focus on IFRS 9 compliance
  •  Prepare and monitor and the accounting “areas of judgments” and “estimates” (Level 3 valuation, IAS 19, Impairment test…) including the coordination and review from the external auditors
  • Maintain and ensure the correct application the group accounting policies
  • Perform various financial and regulatory analysis on bank-wide projects/subjects (financial and regulatory assessment)
  • Support the implementation of the new regulations impacting the Finance function (CRR/CRD, BRRD, DSGD and related guidelines, ESG regulatory framework) including Credit Risk Reporting areas (Expected Credit Losses and Credit RWA)
  • Participate in the overall regulatory watch and coordinate with the Finance and other departments involved its operational implementation
  • Answering to questions from various Finance teams  or from other departments regarding the regulatory compliance subjects
  • Draft answers to the supervisor of the Bank
  • Support the production of the annual and semi-annual financial reporting in coordination with the Reporting and Financial Communication teams
Your role in particular within the team will be:
  • To be responsible for the follow-up of the Regulatory Watch for the Finance function with a specific focus on the Credit Risk area (CRR, RWA, IFRS 9, Internal models)
  • To perform ad-hoc analysis on regulatory subjects including both regulatory and financial/risk impacts
  • To act as the contact person for the banking regulatory and IFRS 9 subjects to support the production and analysis of the Credit Risk reporting prepared by the Finance department based on internal models (RWA, ECL)
  • To prepare ad-hoc document and procedures notably in accordance with BCBS 239
  • To provide training to other teams on areas of expertise
  • To act as coordinator for new regulatory and new product implementation, follow-up of various recommendations (Internal Audit, Internal Validation, External Auditor, Supervisor)
  • To act as an “interface” between the Finance department and other departments (Business Lines, Data office, Risk department…) when it concerns bank-wide matters impacting Finance assignments
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