Working within the Global Assignment Management team under RSR, the successful candidate will be a key member of a dynamic team working with colleagues across multiple jurisdictions. Our team located in London NY and Limassol, is highly driven and strives toward continuous improvement of processes and activities for enhanced accuracy and service to the business. Our competitive culture has resulted in our team expanding our activities beyond our original mandate to include the implementation of global regulatory requirements and associated operational oversight. Our team is service driven, collegiate and strives toward effectiveness in all activities undertaken. Some of the responsibilities are:
Responsible for regulatory reporting, monitoring and issue resolution across all impacted jurisdictions
Responsible for data analysis, data capture and data quality
Second-tier support identifying, resolving and/or escalating internal client reported data issues
Monitor and act upon system-generated reports for time-sensitive and regulatory oversight activities
Partner with internal teams including, Project Management, Global Middle Office, IT and the ratings lines of business to meet business demands
Contribute towards resolving production issues, maintenance projects, and enhancement initiatives.
Investigating and resolving queries using internal management tools
Create and maintain documentation for team knowledge base.
Qualifications Required Required Qualifications
BA/BSc in business, finance, management or similar field;
2 years of experience in a similar role with demonstrable understanding of operational frameworks and project life-cycle
Strong organizational skills and ability to work in highly pressured environment
Ability to work independently and have high attention to detail
Accustomed to high workload volume expectations
Understanding of operations
Excellent Excel skills to work with large data sets
Masters degree in MSc / MBA is a plus
Understanding of the credit rating process is a plus
Understanding of the regulatory environment relevant to Credit Rating Agencies is a plus
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