I have been lucky to have a really varied career working in Regulatory Reporting in Finance. I have moved from a role with specific, regular deliverables to working on regulatory projects and I now manage a team who develop new reporting solutions leveraging new practices and technologies. This has given me the opportunity to expand my skills in project management and solution design while retaining and developing my regulatory technical knowledge. While working in regulatory reporting I have had the chance to work in the middle of major transactions and funding initiatives the bank has undertaken and working for a leading Irish bank, at the head office in Dublin, where the key decisions of the bank are made, has given me invaluable experience in banking.
I recently joined the regulatory reporting team within Finance from Credit & Market Risk and studied maths and computer science so I am not the typical employee you would expect to see working in regulatory reporting in Finance. In my new role I have the opportunity to make a difference by developing new practices using analytical tools like SAS and I really enjoy working in a dynamic environment which is open to developing new technologies. I have also been given the opportunity to further my studies through the Group Education scheme which supports me to continue to develop and enhance my career opportunities.
Regulatory Reporting is a great place to work for anyone who wants to develop their career within the banking industry. Working with the key metrics for the bank allows you to build relationships with senior management and gain insight into regulatory changes. There is plenty of opportunity for training, both in-house training courses and support for professional qualifications through the Group Education Scheme. This coupled with the experience gained in Regulatory Reporting provides great opportunities for promotion and career advancement.
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