Junior Regulatory Reporting Officer

Discipline: Compliance, Banking & Payments
Contact name: Francesca Buhagiar

Contact email: [email protected]
Job ref: 15331
Published: 17 days ago
Our well-established client within the financial services industry is seeking to recruit for a Junior Regulatory Reporting Officer. You will form part of the Finance and Treasury Department  assisting the Senior Regulatory Reporting officer in the compilation of the Bank’s ongoing reporting to the relevant regulator and industry bodies.

Duties include: 
  • Compiling of accurate, timely and complete regulatory and statistical reporting returns (ex. FINREP, COREP and BR06).
  • Assisting in prompt replies to queries received from the supervisory authorities, as well as any necessary follow ups.
  • Assisting the Senior Officer in maintaining the Bank’s reporting framework and following-up on upgrades and fixes to regulatory reporting systems and data warehouses, including user acceptance testing of the Bank’s reporting software.
  • Assisting the Senior Officer in ensuring and maintaining a high level of data quality including the performance of regular data quality checks and ensuring that data is uniform throughout the multiple reports.  
  • Updating internal documentation and manuals, as necessary.
  • Compiling any ad-hoc statistical or management reporting as required by Executive Management and providing timely and accurate feedback on any queries thereon.
  • Upholding the Bank’s integrity among its various stakeholders and integration of AML/CFT considerations into the relevant aspects of his/her remit.
  • report circumstances that may bring the Bank into disrepute upstream, as well alerting the Bank’s MLRO on transactions that may need flagging.
Requirements: 
  • Practical experience in regulatory or risk reporting within a bank or financial institution.
  • A tertiary level of education in either Accounting, Banking and Finance, Maths and Statistics or a related subject.
  • A good understanding of the CRR, CRD IV and MFSA Banking Rules would be considered an asset.
  • Strong knowledge of MS Excel 
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills and an eye for detail.
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise workloads.
  • Be proactive, constantly willing to improve and learn. 
An attractive salary package will be offered to the chosen candidate.