Global Financial Controls; U.S. Bank Agency Reporting / Accounting Policy Manager
Bank of America
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The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Group is responsible for the overall financial management of our company. This includes accounting, financial and regulatory reporting, balance sheet management, financial planning and analysis, treasury, investor relations, corporate investments and tax.
Global Financial Control (GFC) is responsible for managing and executing consolidated financial and legal entity reporting; interpreting and applying accounting policy and standards; overseeing financial controls and operational risk assessments; managing and maintaining financial data and systems; managing general ledger and sub‐ledger accounting; and supporting tax activities. In short, our focus in GFC is to get the numbers right and to work in support of the company’s goals, most importantly responsible growth.
Centralized Regulatory Reporting (CRR) is responsible for preparation, review, and submission of U.S. financial regulatory reports for the bank, broker-dealer, and certain non-bank subsidiaries and works closely with business and finance partners across the organization to gather, analyze and prepare required regulatory reports. Regulatory reporting is an important enterprise-wide effort providing Company data to regulatory agencies for analytical and supervisory purposes.
This is a highly visible position within the organization. The role will oversee the production, review and analysis of the FR Y-9C Consolidated Financial Statements for Holding Companies and FFIEC 031 Call Report schedules and other high risk regulatory reports. The position will be responsible for ensuring reporting is accurate, complete, timely and in conformance with regulatory instructions.
Additionally, the role supports the AXIOM/ADS implementation and will support internal and external audit reviews as well as Second Line Operational Risk reviews.
The candidate will drive process improvements to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the reporting process by identifying opportunities for automation and to embed controls within the production processes. The candidate will be expected to effectively challenge how data is reported through analysis and explain how key business drivers impact period over period variances. This position will interface with other regulatory reporting groups to develop standard data sources and to drive a consistency with variance analysis.
Specific responsibilities include:
Manage the production for FR Y-9C and FFEIC 031 with adherence with tight reporting deadlines.
Monitor outstanding data and control issues and assess impact across regulatory reporting, drive remediation efforts and identify compensating controls to mitigate risk.
Actively participate on strategic initiatives to deliver standardized and automated processes for regulatory reporting
Prepare presentations for senior management, including governance processes that ensure the accuracy, completeness and relevance of reporting as well as variance analyses that explain fluctuations in terms of business events.
Develop control reports for internal and external edit checks; review and validate business responses.
Ensure effective change-management protocols are in place to monitor changes to reporting instructions and business products.
Ensure compliance the Regulatory Reporting-Enterprise Policy.
In-depth understanding of GAAP and bank regulatory reporting (FFIEC, FRB, FDIC and OCC)
BS in Finance or Accounting, MBA /CPA preferred - or equivalent work experience
8+ years of relevant finance experience in a large banking environment
Organizationally savvy; can work across organizational lines to gain consensus and buy-in from stakeholders
Execution-oriented; with ability to quickly organize work and execute with speed
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
Strong team engagement and organizational skills
Strong technical skills, ability to analyze large volumes of data
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40