The Group Capital Regulatory Reporting (GCRR) is responsible for the production, control and delivery of the Group's key prudential supervisory reporting and disclosure for Capital, Large Exposures and Leverage, including: COREP (Own Funds, LE, Leverage) and Pillar 3. The team is based in London and supported by teams in India, Poland and Singapore. The team also plays a key support and liaison role for country reg teams, global functions (such as Risk, Compliance and Treasury), Investor Relations and is a key contact for the Bank of England. The team also acts as a centre of subject matter expertise in solvency regulations for the business, change functions and Financial Planning and Analytics, advising senior management and supporting external stakeholders.
GCRR team has responsibility for reporting/disclosure requirements including COREP own funds, leverage, large exposures and Pillar 3. This is delivered by a team of ~10 in the UK and ~90 located in Global Business Service centres, mainly in Chennai and Bangalore. The team works closely with the Group Financial Reporting team and are key stakeholders in the quarterly disclosure process. The GCRR team designs and operates the control framework, identifies and raises change requests for Finance Change to action and perform user acceptance testing. The team works closely with many functions and global locations including Risk, Compliance, IT, Treasury, Financial Planning & Analytics, Investor Relations and country regulatory reporting/balance sheet management teams. They also handle regulatory liaison where necessary, including ad hoc internal and external requests.
This role of Manager - Group Capital Regulatory Reporting Reports to the Senior Manager Regulatory Capital Reporting covering various aspects of BAU capital reporting team covering the Capital, Leverage reporting and associated disclosures including GSIB, QIS, Pillar 3 and Operational Risk RWAs. Strategy
- Work with the Regulatory Reporting Manager to report to the PRA/EBA financial and risk information for Common Reporting (COREP)). COREP Capital templates are required to be reported to the PRA every quarter within 30 working days within tight deadlines which includes working closely with implementing change for Capital process where applicable.
- Also responsible for external market regulatory reporting (Results Announcement, Pillar 3 Disclosures etc), ad hoc regulatory submissions, internal reporting packs, consultation responses, industry working groups, response to queries from external auditors on external disclosures and the provision of internal advice and guidance on regulatory reporting.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of regulatory projects by working towards closer integration with other global and group regulatory reporting teams to deliver a best in class and sustainable regulatory reporting utility for the future.
- Understanding of the Group's businesses and products and how they impact regulatory capital & leverage metrics, reporting and associated controls.
- Expertise in relation to the regulatory leverage calculations, counterparty credit risk (standardised and models), QIS, GSIB (reporting and disclosure) including current and future rules and regulations and how they apply to SCB.
- Expertise in systems and processes used to generate regulatory metrics.
- Interpretation and guidance to business units on PRA rules under Basel IV/CRD V, CRR II and Taxonomies.
Our Ideal Candidate
- Having key role in preparation of all regulatory Capital reporting including Capital+, COREP returns for Group and Solo.
- Actively playing role in understanding the CRR II rules and its impact on Capital reporting and disclosures.
- Ownership for external disclosure on Capital.
- Supporting Pillar 3 disclosures including all Capital tables.
- Partnering with Group Regulatory Policy to evidence compliance requirements
- Managing stakeholders of Capital reporting stakeholders - responding to queries and requests, managing data submission and document changes etc.
- Documenting owner for Pillar 3 Capital disclosures - including updating the actual document, managing publishing, governance etc.
- Supporting delivery of new regulatory changes through contribution to development and implementation of regulatory projects
- Ensuring adherence to the relevant sections of the Prudential Compliance Framework (Group Compliance) and Operational Risk Framework (Group Operational Risk)
- Developing tactical solutions in short timeframes to solve urgent issues in BAU reporting and controls
- Interpreting and guiding global stakeholders and Front Office on Capital Rules and any new rules under discussion/consultation.
- Contributing to the Bank's response to relevant discussion on Consultation Papers and Technical Standards on regulatory developments and changes from the Basel Committee, PRA, EBA and others.
- Supporting Group Finance initiatives including business efficiency (e.g., faster close) and improvement of the control environment
- Developing and maintaining controls and the control environment
- Using Excel, SQL and MS Access for data extraction and analysis.
- Reviewing key variances, trends and commentaries for Leverage exposures.
- Maintaining a list of system/process/data issues and contribute to Capital Data Quality Forum
- Taking the lead on Moody's Risk Authority and Axiom User Acceptance Testing & Signoffs for system updates and new software releases.
About Standard Chartered
- Qualified / Part qualified Accountant with experience in financial services especially in regulatory reporting, particularly Capital reporting.
- Regulatory policy and regulatory capital project experience in major UK banks (SCB peers) and any experience of PRA/FCA enforcement and S166 audit desirable.
- Advanced Excel and Access user.
- Experience using BoE submission tools (e.g., Gabriel/Reg DATA/BEEDs)
- SQL writing skills, Moody's Fermat (RAY), Balance Sheet reporting system (BPC)
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- Time-off including annual, parental/maternity (20 weeks), sabbatical (12 weeks maximum) and volunteering leave (3 days), along with minimum global standards for annual and public holiday, which is combined to 30 days minimum
- Flexible working options based around home and office locations, with flexible working patterns
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