HSBC is hiring chartered accountants to join their CS Regulatory Reporting Team. Candidates with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in Regulatory Reporting for Banks are preferred.
HSBC Holdings plc is a multinational investment bank and financial services holding company. It was the 7th largest bank in the world by 2018, and the largest in Europe, with total assets of US$2.558 trillion.
This job is involved in the preparation and submission of various RBI reporting, group submission & internal MIS for the wholesale division of the bank.
- Prepare Critical RBI, Group & Top management MIS. Checker role for the regular submission. The applicant should be able to handle core RBI reporting and ad-hoc indents independently.
- The smooth operation of various daily MIS functions & compliance of exposure norms
- Ensure timelines for every reporting, and improve accuracy in the submission of the return. Key reporting to be handled are CRILC, Large Exposure Framework, Return on Asset Quality, RWA calculation & data submission for RMM forum.
- Analysis of new RBI circulars & Group Guidelines. Implementation of the same in the BAU working in an efficient way.
- Ensure accurate data submission to Credit Information Companies (CIC) for the wholesale portfolio.
- Loan Delivery System Monitoring.
- Process improvement and continuous development in current processes with the help of office productivity tools.
- Post Graduate, Preferably Chartered Accountant, CFA, CMA.
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in Regulatory Reporting for Banks.
- Good understanding of Credit Services related returns & MIS, like CRILC, Large Exposure Framework, and Compliance of Exposure Norms.
- Good understanding of RBI circulars, notifications, and their implementation.
- Advanced user of MS Office Package. Master in Application of various formulas and advanced functions in Microsoft Excel.
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the Automated Data Flow project. Project handling skills for automation of current manual reporting.
- Working knowledge of data submission to Credit Information Companies (CIC).
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