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Our Group Treasury division is responsible for managing the funding, capital, and liquidity position of Macquarie. Their key objective is to ensure Macquarie's business units have the resources they need to meet their ongoing commercial and operational requirements.
Group Treasury's Capital Management team reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for managing the Group's capital position. The global team is largely focused on building Capital strategies for the group and performing regular and ad-hoc reporting to the CFO. Group Treasury's EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) Capital Team are focussed primarily on the capital management of Macquarie's European regulated entities and are based in Macquarie's London and Dublin offices.
Right now, we have an exciting opportunity for an analyst / executive to join the Group Treasury Capital team based in Dublin to assist with Macquarie's European operations.
In this role your primary focus will be on the capital management of Macquarie's European Credit Institution domiciled in Ireland, while working closely with the London-based Group Treasury Capital team. You will be supporting in the maintenance of capital and setting the capital strategy of the entity, production of the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) and maintenance of capital management framework. It will also give you the opportunity for exposure to wider capital management activities.
As part of a small, specialised team in EMEA, you will have broad exposure to Treasury activities as well as the activities of Macquarie operating in the EMEA region and to build close relationships with these businesses and other support functions.
A day in the life:
- Supporting in the production and coordination of the suite of capital management documents, including ICAAP and policy and framework suite. In this capacity you will be working closely with EMEA-based Group Treasury colleagues. The ICAAP includes project planning and dealing with stakeholders across a wide variety of teams within Macquarie including support functions and Macquarie's business divisions.
- Supporting in the capital management of Macquarie's EMEA regulated entities, including maintenance of capital management framework documentation
- Maintaining the capital management governance framework, including providing reporting to regional committees and Boards
- Recommending capital target levels and monitoring daily capital adequacy
- Monitoring developments in European prudential standards, producing impact analysis and implementation of regulatory change and other regulatory change initiatives
- Monitoring and oversight of capital adequacy, large exposures, and leverage with internal and regulatory requirements, and providing recommendations.
- Review business proposals in the region to help identify and address the impact on capital requirements for local entities and liaise within the team and other support functions to ensure these are considered for regulatory reporting and capital management purposes.
To be successful, you will have the confidence, drive, and problem-solving skills to innovate and deliver great outcomes. You will also:
- Have a tertiary qualification, preferably in a business/finance/economics/mathematics/accounting or related discipline and with 1 - 4 years' experience within banking and finance, preferably in a role within treasury, prudential risk, or regulatory role.
- Be aware of and have a high-level understanding of capital adequacy regulations (e.g., Basel accord, EU prudential regimes including Basel, CRD / CRR, and the Pillar 2 / ICAAP framework).
- Have a willingness to understand, analyse and implement upcoming changes to regulatory regimes related to capital management and capital planning.
- An ability to think critically and conceptualize abstract ideas and have strong numerical and analytic skills to support the review and challenge of financial information.
- Have strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, to work with a wide group of stakeholders as well as a strong attention to detail
- Have strong numeric skills, to monitor and critically assess financial information with strong excel skills
- Be an organized, highly motivated, and flexible team player, willing to collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders including with global Group Treasury colleagues Be able to manage tight deadlines and work on projects / stakeholders with multiple dependencies.
This is an exciting time to join our Dublin office so to help us transform our Group Treasury function and evolve the future of finance at Macquarie, apply now. About the Financial Management Group
In our Financial Management Group you will be part of a team that provides strategic analysis and advice on capital, funding, liquidity, tax and financial performance to support the growth of Macquarie's businesses around the world. You will join a team that ensures Macquarie continues to meet its financial, regulatory and tax reporting compliance obligations in the jurisdictions in which we operate, and a team that maintains significant relationships on behalf of the Group. Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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