Barden are currently supporting the finance function within a major alternative lender to identify their next Data & Regulatory Reporting Analyst.
“A talented data analyst coming from a retail credit background would be fantastic for this role. We will ensure career progression and professional development is central to their role.” – CFO
- Barden are currently supporting the finance function within a major alternative lender to identify their next Data & Regulatory Reporting Analyst.
- Collaborate with key stakeholders including Lending, Credit, Finance teams to understand their respective data requirement
- Prepare IT change requests & work with 3rd parties to ensure ongoing enhancements to internal & external reporting
- Preparation and review of regulatory reports to Central Bank of Ireland & Central Credit Register returns
- Preparation and review of internal MI reports to drive a better understanding of relative profitability of customer products
- Identify data gaps and feed into the change management and testing process for new MI reports
- Maintain satisfactory data quality controls and data integrity, including testing of regulatory reporting system changes and upgrades
- Liaise with other department colleagues, clients and regulators in relation to ad hoc requests & continuous improvement initiatives
- Strong communication skills and an ability to explain complex situations
- Keen analytical and problem-solving experience with a strong focus on quality assurance of output
- Attention to detail and the ability to prioritise and deliver in a fast paced and dynamic environment with a high degree of personal accountability, integrity and trust
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively within cross functional and remote teams
- Proven ability to critically assess complex/ once-off issues and problems with the ability to distil significant volumes of information, identifying solutions for root causes of issues.
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