Group Credit Risk Reporting Analyst

Publicado 14 Junho 2018

BNP Paribas

Lisboa (Contabilidade / Finanças)


BNP Paribas is one of the euro zone?s leading banks, strongly positioned in its two core businesses - Retail Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking - and present worldwide with nearly 192.500 employees in 74 countries. BNP Paribas has completed 32 years of presence in Portugal, has today more than 4000 employees in Portugal, and is one of the largest foreign institutions in the country.

Recently BNP Paribas established a European finance operations center in Lisbon, with 235 positions, and part of the Group Finance function. Group Finance Services (GFS) is responsible for compiling and processing accounting and financial information in order to ensure the publication of financial information and to provide Executive Management with the necessary information for the entire Group?s financial management. It is also responsible for the design, deployment and evolution of financial information systems.

Within GFS, Credit Risk Reporting covers the production and analysis of credit risk regulatory reporting for the Group, as well as sub-groups such as BNP Paribas Personal Finance, BNP Paribas Fortis and BGL BNP Paribas.

Reports are provided to external bodies, including the ECB (European Central Bank), ACPR (French banking regulator), BIS (Bank of International Settlements), Bank of France as well as internal stakeholders (Top Management, Management Control, Risk Functions, Business Lines).

Activities performed by the Credit Risk Reporting team are mainly related to:

  • Solvency reporting (COREP, Basel II & III, Pillar III, Large Exposures)
  • Regulatory reporting: International commitments, SREP (Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process)
  • Collective provisions calculation and analysis

Reports are created based on the collection of detailed information provided by the entities and business lines of BNP Paribas using Group reporting tools. Results are controlled, analysed and completed with accounting data in order to ensure that the reports are exhaustive.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The analyst will potentially contribute to the following activities:


  • Collection and control of credit risk data (ensure the quality and integrity of the data used or enriched by the team)
  • Calculations and analysis of RWA (Risk-Weighted Assets) and collective provisions
  • Reconciliation of Accounting and Risk exposures
  • Coordination with related businesses (Risk, Finance, Capital Management)
  • Data quality reporting
  • Process control, planning of production, internal audits, process improvement
  • Involvement in IT development projects & sourcing projects (User request, Testing)

SKILLS

  • Bachelor?s Degree in Accounting, Business or related field
  • Professional experience: Between 0 and 3 years of experience in audit, risk or a finance department in a banking environment
  • Knowledge of prudential and regulatory environments (Basel III, COREP, FINREP) is a plus
  • Knowledge of international accounting framework (IFRS standards) is a plus
  • Knowledge of banking environment and products
  • Experience in IT development projects (business requirements, testing) is a plus
  • Experience with Microsoft tools (Excel, Power Point, Word and Access), Business Objects tools is a plus
  • Fluent in English (minimum B2 Level, CECRL certificate)
  • Knowledge of French is a plus / Willing to learn, to explore new languages (French)
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Relationship & communication skills
  • Ability to adapt to changing regulatory and IFRS environments
  • Ability to work under tight deadlines