• Support various EPS regulatory reporting projects including SCCL “Single Counterparty Credit Limit” and other data quality initiatives on counterparty and transactions.
• Research and identify ultimate parent companies based on the criteria of SCCL regulations by using the third party vendor tools, and establish the corporate structure by communicating with account officers. Periodically review and maintain the corporate structure, and update the corporate structure if required.
• Support Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance department head with daily work, such as reviewing various customer and transaction reviews. Track and monitor the review status, close pending items and ensure timeliness of review cycle performed by other team members.
• Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance department has established various weekly, monthly, and quarterly customer and transaction reviews. Review the customer and transaction attributes using aforementioned various periodic reviews by pulling out the third party and internally created documents and ensure the customer and transaction subsystem data input is accurate. Review the other junior members’ work, keep track their review status, assess the review status and identify issues. Closely communicate with department head about the issues identified and seek resolutions in a timely fashion.
• Support Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance department for various training programs, by arranging, preparing, monitoring, and completing.
• Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance department is responsible for various training programs in relation to regulatory reporting. Arrange the various training programs with different target audiences, and pursue higher quality of regulatory reporting as a result of those trainings.
• Communicate with Tokyo headquarters on US regulatory reporting issues as well as other entities located in Japan.
• Required communication with Tokyo headquarters is not limited to US regulatory reporting matters, but any matters assisting the Controllers department requiring Japanese.
• Fluent in Japanese language, including speaking, reading, and writing
• Exposure to and knowledge of financial products
• Knowledge of various financial regulatory reporting requirements for FBO a plus but not mandatory
• Strong communication skills, both Japanese and English
• Ability to work independently
• Team player
• Ability to lead the meetings and discussions
• Detail oriented
• Strong Excel skills with knowledge of various functions, as well as Word and Power Point
• Experience as a credit analyst, or credit researcher at financial institutions a plus
• 5-7 years of related experience
• 3-5 years of Public Accounting experience
• At least 2-3 years of experience in financial institutions
• CPA preferred