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Wells Fargo provides middle market, large corporate and financial institution customers with a range of international solutions, including treasury management, credit, payments, financing, foreign exchange, and trade services. Wells Fargo operates from 42 countries and territories outside of the U.S., including branches in Ireland, Beijing, Cayman Islands, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Hong Kong, London and Seoul.
The EMEA Controller team is responsible for regulatory, financial, and management reporting requirements in the region. As well as forming a key part of the International Controllers organization, the team provides local support for varied financial services business lines as well as the International CFO.
About the Role
Working within the wider Controllers Team, this role supports the preparation and submission of complete, accurate, and timely regulatory reporting to various regulatory authorities.
Responsibilities include oversight of production activities (data processing, report compilation), review of reporting output, and maintenance of a robust control environment.
- Performance of regulatory reporting production tasks, including:
- Support technical analysis of reporting rules/instructions, working with key stakeholders including EMEA regulatory policy
- Monitor/oversee data sourcing and data ingestion processes
- Run defined production processes involving data transformation, and as necessary adjustment, to create required outputs
- Assess status of key controls, including investigation and resolution of issues where required
- Perform analytical review of reporting output, including provision of commentary as necessary
- Support development and maintenance of a robust and effective control environment:
- Work with control stakeholders to ensure that operating controls are fully aligned to the standards and expectations of the EMEA Controller function
- Provide relevant control metrics as required to facilitate oversight and governance
- Handle issues and errors in line with International Controller and Enterprise-wide policies and procedures
- Ensure operational documentation is maintained, and is best in class
- Participate in change management activities to support ongoing reporting accuracy and process efficiency:
- Drive continuous improvement of processes utilized within regulatory reporting, embracing wherever possible digital tools such as Alteryx, Tableau, Workiva
- Partner with the change management and technology functions to support major change delivery, including (but not limited to) provision of technical/business requirements, engagement with testing, creation of revised operating models and supporting documentation
- In addition to the above ‘individual contributor’ tasks, this role will directly support the EMEA Financial & Reg reporting lead based in Chennai in the effective running of the Chennai based regulatory reporting team:
- Provide additional supervisory oversight of team activities on a day-to-day basis
- Provide effective ‘4-eyes’ review and challenge of output created by the team
- Support development of junior team members through transfer of knowledge
- Qualified CA/CFA/ICWA/MBA-Finance with 10+ years of experience in Finance & Accounting.
- Experience managing the preparation of regulatory returns for a financial services organization, ideally encompassing both US and International (UK/European capital & liquidity returns, as well as financial/statistical reporting) submissions.
- Self-motivated with the ability to work independently within a team structure.
- Innovative mindset, with a track record of process enhancement (enhancing efficiency, control, transparency).
- Understanding of change management discipline, and the ability to collaborate effectively data management teams and Technology partners.
- Strong team management and development skills, with a clear vision of how to achieve ‘best in class’.
- Clear understanding of regulator/best in class expectations in respect of controls and governance.
- Strong communication skills, with the ability to present concisely and accurately to senior audiences.
- Strong academic background, and a financial/accounting professional qualification.
- Honesty and integrity in all aspects of their work.
- Intuitive; fast learner with good problem-solving skills.
- Good time management and organizational skills.
- Knowledge of ‘NextGen’ tools such as Tableau, Confluence, Alteryx, Workiva and similar
Shift Timings : IST 13.30 to 22.30
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