Balance Sheet and Statistical Reporting Manager
Location: Greater London
Job Type: Full time
This is not your average reporting role - in this role you will have the opportunity to make a difference, challenge the status quo and enhance the overall reporting function.
Our Financial Management Group’s strategy is to strengthen foundations and enable growth. It is through our culture of being curious, generous and bold that we are able to partner with our customers to deliver quality solutions for complex demands and adapt to market, business and regulatory-driven change.
You will join our Balance Sheet & Statistical Reporting team in London as a Manager and contribute to the success of this high performing team. Your demonstrated success in prior roles within financial institutions or a Big 4 institution will enable you to take the next step in your career and expand your skillset. You will have diverse responsibilities and be challenged on a daily basis whilst being part of a team that supports flexible working arrangements to suit your needs outside of work.
Your responsibilities will include improving operational processes, advisory expertise and implementing regulatory reporting requirements within a business context, as well as communicating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
Additionally, you’ll manage and review balance sheet and statistical deliverables due to external regulators such as Central Bank of Ireland, Bank of England and Bundesbank. You will be responsible for ensuring successful transitions of new regulatory returns to business as usual processes and your role will involve identifying and implementing opportunities for automation, process improvement and efficiencies. You will rely on your existing knowledge of controls and management of risks associated with balance sheet and statistical reporting in this role to enhance current processes. You will regularly engage and consult with internal stakeholders including data teams, business units, IT and risk management teams.
As a Manager within the team, you will also have the opportunity to collaborate, engage with and nurture working relationships with senior level stakeholders across the group and will have regular and frequent communication with the offshore finance team.
Finally, you’ll bring knowledge of, and a genuine interest in regulatory reporting, and be a highly motivated and organised individual with strong interpersonal skills. Your technical skills and qualifications will include:
- a tertiary degree in Business/Commerce and 5+ years’ post-qualification experience in the financial services industry
- previous experience and knowledge of regulatory reporting
- knowledge and a passion for data and regulatory reporting in a control environment
- strong relationship building skills and stakeholder management skills will also be paramount to your success in this role.
You will also have tenacity, agility and a proven ability to sustain high levels of performance in a fast-paced, output focused environment and be a natural collaborator who can initiate and lead conversations with business leaders regarding anticipated and emerging opportunities.
If you have a collaborative approach, are curious with the ability to learn and adapt quickly whilst adhering to change, then apply today.
About the Financial Management Group
In our Financial Management Group you will be part of a team that provides strategic analysis and advice on capital, funding, liquidity, tax and financial performance to support the growth of Macquarie's businesses around the world. You will join a team that ensures Macquarie continues to meet its financial, regulatory and tax reporting compliance obligations in the jurisdictions in which we operate, and a team that maintains significant relationships on behalf of the Group.
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths. An inclusive and equitable workplace enables us to embrace that diversity to deliver more innovative and sustainable solutions for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. At Macquarie, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If you're inspired to deliver on our purpose of ‘empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future’, we want you on our team. If you need adjustments made to the recruitment process, please reach out to your recruiter.
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Joining Macquarie means you’ll be able to work in a way that suits you best. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. Talk to us about what working arrangements would help you thrive.