SMBC Group

  • Consultant- QA Regulatory Reporting

    Job Locations US-NJ-Jersey City
    Posting Date 2 months ago(12/6/2018 4:46 PM)
    Career Category
    Regulatory Reporting
    Position ID
    2018 - 0755
  • Overview

    SMBC is seeking a temporary employee for six months located in Jersey City, NJ.





    Review customer’s key attributes, products, and transactions (Derivatives, Loans, Leases) to ensure accurate coding at source system and verify them against contract documents
    · Support to analyze the transaction scheme of loans and leases and identify the appropriate data coding
    · Review the key attributes of SMBC NY Branch and SMBC non-banking subsidiaries customer’s information which has impact on regulatory reporting and assist to identify data information appropriateness
    · Assist "Single Counterparty Credit Limit" regulation project by building and maintaining the counterparty's corporate hierarchy
    · Perform the quarterly verification process
    · Coordinate training efforts by assisting to prepare educational and training materials
    · Perform manual data adjustments into the regulatory reporting systems
    · Assist in preparation of various meetings
    · Perform tasks related to new regulatory reporting


    2~5 banking experience preferred,
    · Familiarity with bank's internal control concepts,
    · Credit Analyst experience is a plus,
    · Public Accounting firm experience, or Internal Audit Experience is a plus,
    · Knowledge of Derivatives products is preferred,
    · Hands on Regulatory Reporting experience, or Loan Operation experience,
    · Degree in Accounting or Finance,
    · Knowledge of product i.e. loans, leases,
    · Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word, VBA preferred),
    · Good oral and written communication skills,
    · Detail oriented,
    · Team worker,
    · Time management skill,
    · Problem solving skills,
    · Willing to learn and positive work attitude,
    · Flexibility and adaptability of changes. 



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