MI & Reporting Analyst, Europe - 18 month FTC : 00009FW5 Description
The Management Information (MI) & Reporting Analyst, Europe - 18 month FTC role is based within Risk Management.
The MI & Reporting Analyst is responsible for supporting the delivery of reports, MI and technical solution capabilities. Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to):
Create and improve the current suite of reports. These reports include Regulatory Compliance (RC) updates for Risk Management Meetings and Committees, Key Performance Indicator reports, Risk and Control Forums and other Manco and Exco reports.
Align MI to meet the needs of the Europe RC stakeholders.
Support the operating model for the effective and efficient delivery of standardised MI across RC functions at the regional, global business and country level.
Act as an issue manager during the RC Reportable Event management and escalation processes
Identify and track issues, and determine, address themes arising from the Risk Map, Top and emerging risk report and Risk Appetite statements.
Research issues and reportable events at a regional level and follow up, escalate matters or gaps in information requiring further attention.
Maintain good stakeholder relationships with all relevant units within regional and country RC.
Support the Global RC Reporting function in the achievement of its strategic and operational objectives.
Your responsibilities will include:
Support the implementation of new MI solutions, created for short and long term initiatives.
Perform data mining activity on an ad hoc basis.
Support and translate data discovery activity into robust regular batch processes.
Assist with reviews and on-going refinement of the existing infrastructure and outputs.
Prompt escalation of critical and reputational risk matters to management.
Help identify and share best practice for MI in a Compliance space
Ensure all documentation is completed with highest quality
Monitor and check reports for adherence to compliance procedures and controls.
Cultivate a positive and collaborative working environment with the Compliance function.
Ability to work and co-ordinate with remote sites.
Maintain and develop positive and professional working relationships with the team and management
Continually reassess the operational risks inherent in the business taking account of changing economic or market conditions, legal and regulatory requirements, operating procedures and practices, management restructurings, and the impact of new technology
Maintain HSBC internal and external control standards, including the timely implementation of internal and external audit points together with any issues raised by external regulators.
Ensuring the department stays compliant with the Bank’s operational risk procedures to deliver a satisfactory Audit.
The ideal candidate for this role will have:
Consistently achieved objectives set for them and taken action to improve their own performance
Self-awareness with confidence to work independently and take responsibility for own development
Both spoken and written communication skills with experience of sharing information effectively, in a clear, concise and professional manner
Worked collaboratively with other colleagues, supporting them when possible
Experience of planning and prioritising their own time effectively, aware of their responsibilities and committed to delivering these efficiently
Experience of personally complying with business processes, rules and regulations
In addition to the details listed above, the ideal candidate will Knowledge
Knowledge of information and reporting requirements within a large Risk and Compliance function.
Knowledge of best practices related to MI & Reporting governance and tools-based data quality improvement.
Experience of data architecture, data integration, data classification, data strategy, data quality management, data security and privacy, master data management, data standards and enterprise architecture frameworks (preferred)
Excellent business awareness acquired through a range of risk-related roles.
Experience of Qlikview and Cognos an advantage.
Project management and change management experience.
Experience of dealing with senior management.
Experience of information delivery.
Experience of operating in high pressured environments with demanding deliverables in tight timescales.
Experience in dealing with multiple stakeholders, both internal and external to the bank, including industry regulators.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain relationships.
Ability to think creatively to drive innovative solutions.
Ability to build connections and work collaboratively across boundaries.
Confident, articulate, persuasive, with enhanced change management skills.
Strong communication skills, in particular the ability to produce high quality reports which are articulate and effectively deliver the right message to the recipients.
Well-developed influencing skills.
The base location for this role is London 8 Canada Square, London
HSBC is committed to building a culture where all employees are valued, respected and opinions count. We take pride in providing a workplace that fosters continuous professional development, flexible working and opportunities to grow within an inclusive and diverse environment.