Trade & Transaction Reporting Manager

Chennai, India
Permanent - Full Time
NatWest Markets
Job category
Customer Service & Operations - Customer

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This role is based in India and as such all normal working days must be carried out in India.

Join us as a Trade & Transaction Reporting Manager

  • Take on a new career challenge and hone your analytic and leadership skills, in a fast paced, forward-thinking team
  • This is a varied role, where you’ll be supporting with exception management, reconciliations, controls testing, process management and issue investigation and resolution
  • This is an opportunity to develop relationships with stakeholders across the bank, allowing great exposure for you and your work

What you'll do

In your new role, you’ll be supporting with trade and transaction reporting and executing a variety of processes. This will include submissions to regulators for trade and transaction reporting and making sure that controls are adhered to and everything is compliant with our regulatory obligations.

As a Trade & Transaction Reporting Manager, we’ll also look to you for daily people management activities and to ensure the ongoing support and development of your colleagues.

Day-to-day, you’ll be:

  • Managing a team delivering manual submissions of transactions under all applicable reporting jurisdictions
  • Overseeing the exception management of trade and transactions submissions under all applicable reporting jurisdictions
  • Raising and escalating any breaches in regulatory reporting on time
  • Maintaining documentation, including changes in regulations, new regulatory requirements, changes in internal processes and requests to support the business

The skills you'll need

We’re looking for someone with a good understanding of asset classes rates, credit, equity, FX, futures markets and structured trading businesses. Ideally, you’ll have gained this from working in a middle office or operations environment. And you’ll need to have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders.

If you already have experience in people management, this would be an advantage although not essential.

Additionally, you’ll need:

  • Knowledge of the front-to-back processes needed to maintain a stable and controlled trade environment
  • An understanding of regulatory reporting requirements
  • The ability to work within governance to creatively solve business challenges
  • An awareness of risk and control frameworks, including process documentation, control documentation and supervisory frameworks
  • Good communication and presentation skills