Bank of Ireland is an organisation with shared values and a purpose to enable our customers, colleagues and communities to thrive. You will become part of an exciting journey to deliver a compelling strategy to:
The Regulatory Reporting team (RRCO), within Bank of Ireland Group Finance, is central to the successful delivery of the Group’s shared strategy by providing subject matter expertise for strategic bank projects, whilst meeting our responsibility for reporting prudential and statistical information to the Group`s various Regulators and Supervisors. You will become a member of a dynamic & supportive team, in a professional and friendly environment focussed on ensuring business readiness to meet the challenges of today’s evolving regulatory climate.
RRCO provides individuals with the opportunity to engage with colleagues and leaders across the organisation. You will gain exposure and understanding to broad range of products, services and markets in Ireland’s largest relationship-driven retail and commercial bank. You will have the opportunity to use technology like Teradata, Tableau and SAS and problem solving skills to deliver accurate regulatory returns and to provide analytical insight, whilst also getting experience interpreting and reporting of data. You will gain exposures to techniques, frameworks and practices that underpin a modern and compliant regulatory reporting environment. Using your problem solving and technical skills you will gain an understanding of the Group’s FinTech and RegTech strategy and work with colleagues across the bank to deliver projects of strategic importance. This provides you with the opportunity to gain essential finance & regulatory experience and transferable skills in project and technology which will help develop your career and open up future opportunities.
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