Senior Associate - Regulatory Reporting COE

Dmsois (Tipperary, Ireland) 15 days ago

Are you looking to make a change and join a dynamic and growing company?  This role could be for you.

Summary of the role:  The Senior Associate – Regulatory Reporting CoE will support the client through specific regulatory reporting activities. This will be completed by working closely with the Associate Director and work in a supportive role within the Global CoE team (supporting the broader DMS operations). The client base will range from Management Companies to standalone clients.

The role will predominantly center around regulatory filings for external clients in addition to market data but will involve other duties outside of these regulatory filing periods.


  • Preprocess all holdings data through RiskCore, enriching with security master attributes and running through RiskMetrics.
  • Assist in the completion of regulatory filings such as AnnexIV, FormPF, CPO, amongst others for a portfolio of clients on a periodic basis.
  • Be the primary contact for clients and managers to resolve queries relating to regulatory filings on a timely basis to enable filing of all returns prior to deadline.
  • Participate in regular service reviews with internal DMS entities leveraging the CoE for regulatory reporting activities
  • Work with Associate Director to ensure KPI’s and MI packs are produced accurately and in a timely fashion for both internal DMS entities and senior management
  • Participate in supporting clients servicing through reporting. This must be done in a timely and accurate fashion, escalating issues as they arise.
  • Follow and enhance existing procedures, to solve routine problems.
  • Be proficient in problem solving, striving to use own initiative to take ownership of the task.
  • Assist the Associate Director in the supervision and management of staff members in completing regulatory filings and overall responsibility for the timely completion of such filings.
  • Perform daily reconciliations on a range of data, accounting, compliance checks and risk analytics.
  • Work co-operatively with other groups in different locations and time zones, especially the teams in Cayman and Luxembourg
  • Provide adequate documentation and backup of all operational processes.
  • Participating in on job training for new hires.
  • Be driven, inquisitive and be able to self-manage.
  • Keep abreast of regulatory changes and help oversee and implement within the business where required.
  • Assisting the Associate Director with ad-hoc client queries.
  • Aspire to be the proficient in the various risk and regulatory reporting requirements, such as AIFMD and become proficient in excel & the funds industry, especially with respect to regulations.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential


Education: A minimum of a 3rd level Degree in Finance, Business or similar field is required.  A Master’s

Degree in a Finance or Mathematical field or a related professional qualification would be desirable but is

not a requirement.

Experience: The successful candidate will ideally have worked for at least 4-5 years in a risk, regulatory,

fund accounting related role or similar in financial services preferably within the funds industry.

Knowledge of or previous exposure to some regulatory filings, including but not limited to, AIFMD, UCITS,

CPO-PQR, Form PF, Solvency II, OPERA, EMIR and PRIIP’s is preferable but not a requirement.

Previous management or supervisor experience would be preferable.

It would be beneficial if the applicant has previous exposure through work or education to a number of risk

measurements including Value at Risk, Stress Testing, Liquidity Analysis, Greeks and Back Testing in

addition to some knowledge of a range of financial instruments including derivatives.

The role involves detailed use of Excel and is a quantitative role so an aptitude and comfort working with

numbers and spreadsheets is preferred.

Any experience of using Bloomberg would be beneficial as it is used on a regular basis.

Senior Associate - Regulatory Reporting COE

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