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Auditor

BNP Paribas

Ireland
30+ days ago
Ireland
30+ days ago
Job Description
PEP0093

You will operate as a member of a highly qualified Audit Hub of approximately 75 auditors. The Hubrsquo;s remit is to provide audit services to the Businesses, Operations and Functions in France, UK, Ireland, Channel Islands, Middle-East and South Africa in close liaison with Senior Management and Head Office entities. The main focus is to help the organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.


As a member of the Audit team, you will have responsibility for undertaking audit reviews across Corporate and Institutional Banking, Securities Services, International Financial Services and the Domestic Markets business lines covering:

  • BNP Paribas Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Securities Services Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Ltd
  • Greenval Insurance DAC
  • Darnell DAC
  • BNP Paribas Vartry Reinsurance DAC
  • Utexam Solutions Limited
  • Utexam Logistics Limited
  • BNP Paribas Ireland
  • BNP Paribas Real Estate & Property Management Ireland Ltd
  • BNP Paribas Property Management Personnel Services Ltd

Overall Job Purpose


To complement the existing skillset within the team by means of contributing product knowledge grounded in practical business experience. The Auditor will play an active role in the CIB, UK & ME Regions Hub, performing risk-based audit reviews and recommending solutions to identified issues and weaknesses.



Key Responsibilities


Main tasks are to be performed in line with professional standards of the IIA and Group internal guidelines, and comprise the following:


1. Participation in audit assignments as a member of an audit team with responsibilities to include:

  • Ensuring the timely performance of his or her parts of the assignment whilst having regard for the main risks detailed in the Control Matrix.
  • Ensuring that the Head of Assignment is kept updated with the progress of the assignment on a continuous basis.
  • Preparation of summaries and conclusions to the phases of the assignment under his or her responsibility for review and approval by the Head of Assignment and lead the presentation of these to the relevant auditees.
  • Input of all missions and associated documentation to the required hub and IG standard into the Hub audit drive and the finding/recommendation logging tool; UNIK.

2. Risk assessment:

  • Assist in the performance of the Risk Assessment process.

3. Perform or participate in ad-hoc projects and investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews, Regulatory assignments and follow up of IG missions; non-lead role in detailed investigation of incidents (Special Assignment status).


4. Interaction with the management and staff of activities under their responsibility:


5. Follow up recommendations:

  • Monitor the progress made by the persons responsible for the closure of recommendations
  • Validate the closing of recommendations as specified in the appropriate procedures.

6. Contribute to the maintenance and development of the Internal Audit department, in particular the tools and techniques used.


There may also be opportunities to participate in other reviews within the Paris CIB, UK & ME Regionrsquo;s scope outside the core business line coverage, ad-hoc investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews at other geographical locations, Regulatory assignments and non-lead roles in detailed investigations/Special Assignments.


Essential Experience:

  • Product knowledge related to 1 or more of the businesses this role supports
  • Past experience from an audit or consultancy department covering e.g. organisation, quality assurance, project management, risk management or operational risk is an advantage.

Qualification, Experience & Competencies

  • Degree level qualification
  • A recognized audit/accountancy qualification would be advantageous.
  • Highly motivated and proactive, with the following attributes
    • Commitment and drive
    • Strong ability to analyse & synthesize complex information
    • Thoroughness of approach, with the ability to prioritise competing demands
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work within a close-knit team.

Financial Security


bull; Knowledge: Staff must have a clear understanding of BNPP Group policies and requirements, and their own obligations under these standards. This includes ensuring that they understand the regulatory and Group requirements in relation to Financial Security, both at a general level, and specifically related to their role. Financial Security related matters include those connected to: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.


bull; Policies & Controls: Staff must adhere to the Grouprsquo;s Financial Security policies and local laws; ensuring that appropriate controls are in place to manage Financial Security related processes and risk (including in regard to customer due diligence and how they use the Grouprsquo;s products and services; and a maintaining a satisfactory understanding of transaction activity).



bull; Vigilance & Reporting: Staff must be vigilant to unusual or suspicious activity; and duly report or escalate to senior management or Compliance as appropriate. Activity referred to, may concern customers, counterparties, staff or other third parties. Staff must escalate known or suspected concerns relating to potential or actual: money laundering; terrorist financing; bribery or corruption; sanctions breaches or attempts to circumvent the sanctions regime; or any other wrongdoing (including fraud or theft).


Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

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Policy Administrator - Swedish and/or Finnish Speaker

APPROACH PEOPLE RECRUITMENT

Dublin, Dublin
2 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
2 days ago

Dublin based position within a large financial services group.

This company is passionate about providing the best products and service for their customers. Our client is an exciting company with great benefits in a professional & friendly environment. Could be the perfect opportunity for someone within customer service looking to grow their career within the insurance industry.

Your day to day will consist of processing new applications and existing policies. You will be the main point of contact for customer queries. You will get the chance within a flexible and helpful team.

You have experience in customer service and you are eager to learn and grow within the insurance industry. You may have some knowledge already of Swedish/Finnish tax and financial regulations but this is not mandatory. You enjoy working within a team and would like to continue to provide professional customer service.

If this sounds like an exciting opportunity for you to grow your skills please contact me at ellen@approachpeople.com 

Some Key Benefits:

- Healthcare

- Pension plan

- Wellness package (free yoga class, gym membership contribution, etc.)

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Administrator – Financial Services

Webrecruit Ireland

Sandyford, Dublin
20 days ago
Sandyford, Dublin
€22k - €24k Per Year
20 days ago
€22k - €24k Per Year

Administrator – Financial Services

Sandyford, Co. Dublin (currently home based due to COVID-19)

 

Are you a customer service or administration professional with an outstanding eye for detail? Want to develop your career, grow and progress within the financial services industry? If so, read on.

 

The Company

 

Our client is one of the leading insurance premium finance companies in the UK and Ireland. Since 1988, they have helped businesses and individuals pay for their insurance by spreading the costs over regular instalments, instead of paying the whole premium up front.

 

They’re looking for an Administrator to join their team on a full-time basis. Internally, this role is known as Operational Specialist.

 

While their offices are based in Sandyford, our client is currently operating on a work from home basis.

 

The Benefits

 

- Salary of €22,000 - €24,000 per annum DOE

- Pension

- 25 days’ holiday

- Competitive benefits package

 

This is the perfect opportunity in which to build on your existing experience and gain specialist knowledge of the financial service industry.

 

Our client’s working environment is fast-paced and exciting and their teams are filled with dedicated experts who are pushing the company’s solutions and market share to the next level. You’ll be joining this incredible band of talented individuals and build a rewarding career that you can be proud of.

 

So, if you are looking to join a growing market leader where there are real prospects for over-achievers and a host of great rewards, this is the role you’ve been waiting for. 

 

The Role

 

As an Administrator, you’ll provide administrative and operational support to the Administration Manager and Team regarding our client’s personal and commercial business activity.

 

Both personal and commercial activity will involve supporting customers and brokers with their paperwork and system usage. It will also include day-to-day queries on finance agreements and carrying out AML and Affordability checks.

 

Working under the guidance of the Administration Supervisor, you will:

 

- Respond to telephone queries from brokers and customers

- Ensure that all paperwork is correct and carry out checks

- Carry out AML and AOA checks on agreements

- Open, distribute and log the post

- Help to answer email queries

 

About You

 

To be considered as an Administrator, you’ll need:

 

- At least two years’ administration and/or customer service experience

- Excellent attention to detail

- The ability to work well under pressure and effectively prioritise tasks

- Proven customer service and/or support skills, including dealing with difficult or demanding customers

 

Other companies may call this role Financial Services Administrator, Financial Services Co-ordinator, Customer Care Advisor, Client Advisor, Client Services Advisor, Customer Service Administrator, Complaints Handler, or Customer Support Advisor.

 

Webrecruit and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

 

So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as an Administrator, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

 

 

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Business Development Manager - Mortgages

Webrecruit Ireland

Dungarvan, Waterford
2 days ago
Dungarvan, Waterford
2 days ago

Business Development Manager - Mortgages

Dungarvan/Waterford, Co Waterford

 

The Company

 

Our client is a financial services provider that specialises in providing mortgages in Wexford and Waterford. They are now looking for a Business Development Manager to join their friendly team and lead the growth of the new Dungarvan office.

 

Do you relish the thought of a fantastic opportunity of setting up a new office? Are you keen to make your mark and lead from the front? If so, read on.

 

Your Rewards

 

- Competitive basic salary DOE

- Performance bonus on achievement of personal targets

- Benefits

 

If you are a QFA / APA Loan accredited individual, a credit or lending professional with a firm foundation in sales or customer services this is the ideal role in which to develop and grow your career.

 

Our client is a Tied Branch Agent for one of the leading Irish financial institutions which boasts more than 400,000 customers across the country and a market-leading range of financial products. These sought-after mortgages and loan products will enable you to achieve your targets, growing your portfolio and network whilst supporting our client to continue growing their business.

 

So, if you are eager for a challenge an enjoy both the office side and field work involved in business development and financial product sales, this is the perfect opportunity for you.

 

The Role

 

As the Business Development Manager, you will be responsible for growing sales of mortgage products for our client’s new Dungarvan office and providing mortgage product support to their Waterford office. This will suit a self-starter who is highly motivated and would relish the challenge of leading a greenfield project in West Waterford.

 

Working to Central Bank rules and guidelines, you will generate mortgage meetings with potential customers, interview them to discover their requirements, assess their financial situation and help to get them mortgage ready.

 

Analysing customers’ needs, you’ll prepare recommendations and proposals and drive towards closing each transaction. Sales and target achievement is an important aspect of this role and, coupled with excellent relationship building, will form the foundation of your activity.

 

About You

 

To be considered as the Business Development Manager, you will need:

 

- To hold the APA Loans designation, and ideally be fully QFA accredited

- Existing mortgages, credit and/or lending experience and confident in

 a sales and/or customer service environment

- To be self-assured and comfortable working independently.

 

Ideal candidates will also hold a degree level qualification in a relevant business-related subject.

 

Other organisations may call this role Financial Advisor, Mortgage Advisor, Mortgage Business Development Manager, Mortgage Accredited Product Advisor, Financial Accredited Product Advisor, or BDM.

 

Webrecruit Ireland and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

 

To apply for the role of Business Development Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd. The services advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd are those of an Employment Agency.

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Azure Service Owner - Permanent

Ergo

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

Overview:

The Service Owner for Ergo’s Azure Services portfolio is responsible for end-to-end service delivery including all Azure service offerings, in particular the value that the service delivers. Drives service maturity and service metrics. The Azure Cloud Services portfolio exists of Professional Services and Managed Services. Collaborate with business stakeholders, technical owner and delivery teams to ensure that the services meet quality, value and financial performance expectations. Furthermore, continuous improvement is a key focus area for this role.

This role is an Individual contributor role reporting into the Head of Product.

You should have a detailed understanding of what skills, tools and processes are required to operate the service and execute the Cloud Services portfolio strategy. You should have a detailed understanding of the current skill sets across the organisation. Collaboration with operational and delivery leaders to ensure that there is a workforce plan in place that eliminates single points of failure and that develops the organization is key.

You understand the utilization of your service from both a cost and value standpoint. Key metrics you are responsible for are as follows: Total Cost of Ownership of the Azure Service portfolio, Cost per use for all relevant versions of the services, Benchmark to industry, Performance to SLAs, Current Risk profile against plan, Time to provision new capability/version of capability, Case metrics, User experience metrics, Commercial performance metrics.

This role is office (or work-from-home as required) based.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Represents the Cloud Services portfolio across Ergo.
  • Ensures that any changes to the service under their care follows the current change management work practice.
  • Leads and/or participates in internal and external service review meetings.
  • Is responsible for ensuring that the service entry in the Service Catalogue is accurate and maintained.
  • Provides reporting and metrics on performance of service.
  • Monitors the performance of the service end-to-end and intervenes when needed.
  • Actively looks for areas of improvement.
  • Serves as a point of escalation for major incidents.
  • Work across the senior leadership team and cross-functional teams demonstrating experience in influencing, negotiating, and collaboration skills.

Education & Skills Required:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role (s), experience in delivery of cloud service offerings as Service Delivery Manager, Service Owner and/or IT Manager.
  • Prior experience with any of the following: Subscription models, Consumption models, Managed Services, Infrastructure (e.g. servers, storage, data protection, cloud security), Everything-as-a-Service, Cloud operating models, Hybrid Cloud solutions).
  • Knowledge of solutions, tools & technology in the provisioning, cost management, security & compliance, monitoring and incident/service management.
  • Prior experience with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and/or Google Cloud Platform related services
  • ITIL Experience, ITIL 3 or ITIL 4, minimal Foundation level.
  • Proven experience in Problem Management, Change Control, Risk Management,
  • Think big, start small and move fast, and deliver with consistency.
  • You are a skilled communicator - you proactively and positively communicate with cross-functionals teams, execs and customers.
  • You have excellent attention to detail.
  • Good leadership skills; self-motivated; team player with a can-do attitude.
  • You flourish working in a constantly changing, but always- exciting environment.
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Cloud Services Product Manager - Permanent

Ergo

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

Overview:

The Product Manager (SPM) for Ergo’s Cloud Services portfolio, has end to end responsibility for the performance of the services in this portfolio. The Ergo’s Cloud Services portfolio include consultancy, implementation, migration, application development, support and managed services. Ergo is currently Microsoft’s partner of the year in Ireland, as such many of Ergo’s Cloud Services are based on Azure.

The SPM will be lead the Cloud Services portfolio vision, manage cloud services through the product life cycle (build, launch, retire) and manage existing services. The SPM will collaborate with our internal stakeholders (Sales, Azure Technology practice, Project and Service Delivery, Marketing, Finance and Legal) and external customers to identify relevant and differentiated Cloud Services. The SPM will compile a roadmap and ensure long-term viability and relevance of these services to their customers.

This role is office (or work-from-home as required) based.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Build upon the existing success of Ergo’s Cloud Services portfolios and lead the continued strategic development of all Managed/Supporting services, their positioning and role in the marketplace
  • Understand the performance of existing Ergo Cloud Services, and address opportunities for improvement.
  • Assess our target market and identify opportunities using market research, segmentation analysis and 1:1 customer interviews.
  • Create a short-, mid- and long-term strategy to drive (managed) services and maximize value delivered to customers
  • Collaborate on the development of business case justification and financials to support investments.
  • Responsible for the full life-cycle of Cloud products and related Managed/Supporting Services through close partnership with the cross-functional core team throughout all phases.
  • Contribute to ‘Go to Market’ strategies to ensure successful adoption of new cloud services offering and work closely with sales and clients to foster adoption.
  • Responsible for internal training, sales, and development of the portfolio
  • Managing resources to make sure schedule is on track.
  • The SPM will be responsible for managing the product roadmap, product backlog, timelines, milestones, costs, and determine product pricing strategies.
  • Reporting on projects and portfolio.
  • Work across the senior leadership team and cross-functional teams demonstrating experience in influencing, negotiating, and collaboration skills.

Desired Qualifications & Skills:

  • Build upon the existing success of Ergo’s Cloud Services portfolios and lead the continued strategic development of all Managed/Supporting services, their positioning and role in the marketplace.
  • Understand the performance of existing Ergo Cloud Services, and address opportunities for improvement.
  • Assess our target market and identify opportunities using market research, segmentation analysis and 1:1 customer interviews.
  • Create a short-, mid- and long-term strategy to drive (managed) services and maximize value delivered to customers.
  • Collaborate on the development of business case justification and financials to support investments.
  • Responsible for the full life-cycle of Cloud products and related Managed/Supporting Services through close partnership with the cross-functional core team throughout all phases.
  • Contribute to ‘Go to Market’ strategies to ensure successful adoption of new cloud services offering and work closely with sales and clients to foster adoption.
  • Responsible for internal training, sales, and development of the portfolio.
  • Managing resources to make sure schedule is on track.
  • The SPM will be responsible for managing the product roadmap, product backlog, timelines, milestones, costs, and determine product pricing strategies.
  • Reporting on projects and portfolio.
  • Work across the senior leadership team and cross-functional teams demonstrating experience in influencing, negotiating, and collaboration skills.
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Audit Manager

BNP Paribas

Ireland
30+ days ago
Ireland
30+ days ago
Job Description
PEP099

You will operate as a member of a highly qualified Audit Hub of approximately 75 auditors. The Hubrsquo;s remit is to provide audit services to the Businesses, Operations and Functions in France, UK, Ireland, Channel Islands, Middle-East and South Africa in close liaison with Senior Management and Head Office entities. The main focus is to help the organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.


As a member of the Audit team, you will have responsibility for undertaking audit reviews across Corporate and Institutional Banking, Securities Services, International Financial Services and the Domestic Markets business lines covering:

  • BNP Paribas Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Securities Services Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Ltd
  • Greenval Insurance DAC
  • Darnell DAC
  • BNP Paribas Vartry Reinsurance DAC
  • Utexam Solutions Limited
  • Utexam Logistics Limited
  • BNP Paribas Ireland
  • BNP Paribas Real Estate & Property Management Ireland Ltd
  • BNP Paribas Property Management Personnel Services Ltd

Overall Job Purpose


To complement the existing skillset within the team by means of contributing product knowledge grounded in practical business experience. The Auditor will play an active role in the CIB, UK & ME Regions Hub, performing risk-based audit reviews and recommending solutions to identified issues and weaknesses.



Key Responsibilities


Main tasks are to be performed in line with professional standards of the IIA and Group internal guidelines, and comprise the following:

  1. Leading audit assignments:
  • Conduct the various phases (Preparation / Evaluation / Investigation / Restitution / Report) within the requested deadlines and formalize them through the appropriate templates.
  • Discuss the Findings and recommendations with the Senior Management of the audited entities Senior Manaement
  • Manage the team of auditors and ensure that the audit works are provided as per the methodologies and backed with sufficient evidence.
  • Suggest the assignment global rating.
  • Prepare the End of Assignment appraisals for the team of auditors.

2. Participation in audit assignments as a member of an audit team with responsibilities to include:

  • Ensuring the timely performance of his or her parts of the assignment whilst having regard for the main risks detailed in the Control Matrix.
  • Ensuring that the Head of Assignment is kept updated with the progress of the assignment on a continuous basis.
  • Preparation of summaries and conclusions to the phases of the assignment under his or her responsibility for review and approval by the Head of Assignment and lead the presentation of these to the relevant auditees.
  • Input of all missions and associated documentation to the required hub and IG standard into the Hub audit drive and the finding/recommendation logging tool; UNIK.

3. Risk assessment:

  • Assist in the performance of the Risk Assessment process.

4. Perform or participate in ad-hoc projects and investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews, Regulatory assignments and follow up of IG missions; non-lead role in detailed investigation of incidents (Special Assignment status).


5. Interaction with the management and staff of activities under their responsibility:


6. Follow up recommendations:

  • Monitor the progress made by the persons responsible for the closure of recommendations
  • Validate the closing of recommendations as specified in the appropriate procedures.

7. Contribute to the maintenance and development of the Internal Audit department, in particular the tools and techniques used.


There may also be opportunities to participate in other reviews within the Paris CIB, UK & ME Regionrsquo;s scope outside the core business line coverage, ad-hoc investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews at other geographical locations, Regulatory assignments and non-lead roles in detailed investigations/Special Assignments.

Essential Experience:

  • Product knowledge related to 1 or more of the businesses this role supports
  • Past experience from an audit or consultancy department covering e.g. organisation, quality assurance, project management, risk management or operational risk is an advantage.

Qualification, Experience & Competencies:

  • Degree level qualification
  • A recognized audit/accountancy qualification would be advantageous.
  • Highly motivated and proactive, with the following attributes
    • Commitment and drive
    • Strong ability to analyse & synthesize complex information
    • Thoroughness of approach, with the ability to prioritise competing demands
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work within a close-knit team.

Financial Security:


bull; Knowledge: Staff must have a clear understanding of BNPP Group policies and requirements, and their own obligations under these standards. This includes ensuring that they understand the regulatory and Group requirements in relation to Financial Security, both at a general level, and specifically related to their role. Financial Security related matters include those connected to: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.


bull; Policies & Controls: Staff must adhere to the Grouprsquo;s Financial Security policies and local laws; ensuring that appropriate controls are in place to manage Financial Security related processes and risk (including in regard to customer due diligence and how they use the Grouprsquo;s products and services; and a maintaining a satisfactory understanding of transaction activity).



bull; Vigilance & Reporting: Staff must be vigilant to unusual or suspicious activity; and duly report or escalate to senior management or Compliance as appropriate. Activity referred to, may concern customers, counterparties, staff or other third parties. Staff must escalate known or suspected concerns relating to potential or actual: money laundering; terrorist financing; bribery or corruption; sanctions breaches or attempts to circumvent the sanctions regime; or any other wrongdoing (including fraud or theft).


Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

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Specialised Due Diligence Administrator

BNP Paribas

Ireland
30+ days ago
Ireland
30+ days ago
Job Description
TEP0073
Job Title:Specialised Due Diligence Administrator
Location:Dublin
Department:Middle Office - Registration & Support Services
Reports to:Head of Registration & Support Services
Business AreaCorporate and Institutional Banking
Please note this is a 12 month fixed term contract.
Overall Job Purpose

BNPP Dublin Middle Office consists of 2 departments: Credit Services & Support Services. Its 2 main objectives are to:

  • Coordinate the operational implementation of the deals (or laquo;programraquo; in Supply Chain) and ensure the accuracy and consistency of deals parameters including credit, legal and operational conditions by performing independent controls at implementation stage and during deal life-cycle
  • Support BNP Paribas Clients and non-clients with the objective of excellence-to-operate through a risk management framework and respect of compliance banking rules


Dublin Global Trade Services (GTS) & Dublin Operations interact with Dublin Middle Office on a daily basis and rely on it to perform all the activities necessary for the client to be able to start using our products. Dublin Middle Office also performs controls independently from GTS & Operations.


Dublin Middle Office ndash; Support Services teams focus on Product Support, Registration and Specialised Due Diligence.


Roles & Responsibilities
  • Lead Supplier On boarding in new and existing programs.
  • To manage registration of suppliers for new and existing Vendor Financing programs.
  • To collect documents for KYTS & KYS activities and control completeness of the documentation once GTS instruction is received or recertification process is launched.
  • Provide regular reporting to GTS sales teams on suppliersrsquo; on-boarding and coordinate with them for communication to clients.
  • Maintain an up to date master list of the suppliers with the correct statuses
  • Storage of suppliers documents and evidences in an appropriate location
  • Perform the Financial Security controls at facility set-up, facility renewal and on a regular basis during the deal life to monitor and ensure that programmes are always compliant with FS (KYC and screening at transaction processing excluded). Tasks include the following but are not limited to:
    • Perform FS controls at facility set-up and renewal in accordance with Hermes,
    • Perform KYS, KYTS, recertification activity, obligors screening,
    • Perform FS controls on a regular basis, i.e. disconnected from transaction
      • Maintain list of counterparties of non CSC deals & perform regular screening
      • Manage obvious false hits and escalation process on hits from regular screening
  • Perform the recertification of suppliers.
  • Perform specific due diligence on SCF portfolio, launch specific due diligence process
  • Maintain the deal portfolio reference file with deals subjects to Hermes/Hermes++/Chrysalide
  • Input the Pn country concentration on manual submission
  • Ensure required controls are performed
Financial Security
Knowledge: Staff must have a clear understanding of BNPP Group policies and requirements, and their own obligations under these standards. This includes ensuring that they understand the regulatory and Group requirements in relation to Financial Security, both at a general level, and specifically related to their role. Financial Security related matters include those connected to: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.
Policies & Controls: Staff must adhere to the Grouprsquo;s Financial Security policies and local laws; ensuring that appropriate controls are in place to manage Financial Security related processes and risk (including in regard to customer due diligence and how they use the Grouprsquo;s products and services; and a maintaining a satisfactory understanding of transaction activity).
Vigilance & Reporting: Staff must be vigilant to unusual or suspicious activity; and duly report or escalate to senior management or Compliance as appropriate. Activity referred to, may concern customers, counterparties, staff or other third parties. Staff must escalate known or suspected concerns relating to potential or actual: money laundering; terrorist financing; bribery or corruption; sanctions breaches or attempts to circumvent the sanctions regime; or any other wrongdoing (including fraud or theft).

Qualification, Experience & Competencies
  • Business/Finance 3rd level qualification
  • 3 to 5 yearsrsquo; experience in banking operations
  • Proficiency with general IT system applications
  • Proficient knowledge of MS Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Customer Support experience
  • Knowledge of Trade Finance products an advantage but not essential
  • Proven ability to interact with senior stakeholders
  • Ability to effectively communicate up, across and down the organisation
  • Ability to engage with all business operations
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.
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Junior Front Officer

BNP Paribas

Ireland
30+ days ago
Ireland
30+ days ago
Job Description
PEP0092

JOB DESCRIPTION


Job Title:Junior Front Officer
Location:Dublin
Department:CIB Trade Finance
Reports to:Head of SCM Dublin Platform (Dublin)
Deputy Head of Working Capital Solutions (Paris)
Business Area Transaction Banking EMEA


Team Mission & Overall Job Purpose


BNP Paribas is a leading player in providing working capital financing solutions to its clients through the provision of a full suite of Supply Chain Management Products (SCM Products) composed of discount of receivables, extension of trade payables, and inventory management.



The main objective of SCM Products is to assist clients in optimising their working capital position i.e. financing inventory, accelerating the conversion of receivables to cash, and extending payment terms.



The SCM team is located in Paris and Dublin, and, is responsible for marketing, structuring, and implementing the various Supply Chain Products in the EMEA region. BNP Paribas Dublin Branch is the main booking hub for the EMEA region.
The team is split into Senior /Junior Front Officers (SFO and JFO), and Geographical group heads who are responsible for marketing, structuring and closing transactions directly with the clients.


Key Responsibilities


The JFO will be located in Dublin, and will report to the Deputy Head of Working Capital Solutions (Paris), and the Head of SCM Dublin Platform (Dublin).


The JFO will work with a designated SFO, and under the supervision of the SFO, will be a primary contact with the client. He/she will have the following roles:


Origination and Structuring


bull; Interacts permanently with the Coverage RMs / Trade Managers in Europe to identify potential clients and screen the opportunities,
bull; Prepares initial pitch for the SFO and Coverage RM to present to clients or prospects,
bull; Once a client, prospect, and potential transaction has been identified by SFO and Coverage RM, prepares pitch and product offer for presentation to the client,
bull; Ensures follow-up of pitch, prepares term sheet, contributes to negotiations on pricing and terms and conditions until an agreement is reached with client,


Credit & Internal process
bull; Co-ordinate within the SCM team the risk analysis and return criteria (RAROC etc),
bull; Prepares credit proposal,
bull; Contributes to respond to questions from Risks (if any),
bull; Participates to Operational Transaction Committee (OTC), Transaction Approval Committees (TAC), or New Activity Approval Committee (NAC), prepares documents required for such committees, makes presentations if requested, and represents the business views in those committees,
bull; Makes sure all credit approvals are obtained and all conditions of credit decisions are met.


Leads transaction up to closing
bull; Contributes to discussions with the client under the lead of the SFO, and be responsible for the structuring, ensuring the following key parameters are followed:
bull; Compliance with product validation,
bull; Participates to negotiation of contracts up to closing to ensure they are in line with credit and other approvals - Interacts with Legal up to signing,
bull; Tax analysis if needed (direct and indirect including: sales/VAT tax, permanent establishment, customs),
bull; Accounting implications for client (knowledge of FASB and IFRS accounting rules),
bull; Liaison with operations departments in booking centres to ensure that the operation flow is correctly implemented and followed,
bull; Contributes to monitor meeting of conditions precedent and conditions subsequent.


Monitors transaction once in production
bull; Credit monitoring : prepares annual reviews & ensures significant changes during deal life are credit approved,
bull; Contributes to various tasks related to Portfolio management,
bull; Monitors existing transactions on an ongoing basis,
bull; Overdue Remediation: contributes to manages escalations on overdues, liaises with Coverage & Client to resolve overdues,


Others


bull; Contributes to support the Dublin based team in deal implementation if required



Financial Security
Knowledge: Staff must have a clear understanding of BNPP Group policies and requirements, and their own obligations under these standards. This includes ensuring that they understand the regulatory and Group requirements in relation to Financial Security, both at a general level, and specifically related to their role. Financial Security related matters include those connected to: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.


Policies & Controls: Staff must adhere to the Grouprsquo;s Financial Security policies and local laws; ensuring that appropriate controls are in place to manage Financial Security related processes and risk (including in regard to customer due diligence and how they use the Grouprsquo;s products and services; and a maintaining a satisfactory understanding of transaction activity).


Vigilance & Reporting: Staff must be vigilant to unusual or suspicious activity; and duly report or escalate to senior management or Compliance as appropriate. Activity referred to, may concern customers, counterparties, staff or other third parties. Staff must escalate known or suspected concerns relating to potential or actual: money laundering; terrorist financing; bribery or corruption; sanctions breaches or attempts to circumvent the sanctions regime; or any other wrongdoing (including fraud or theft).


Skills and Competencies

  •  Education: Masterrsquo;s or Business degree or equivalent
  •  5-7 years experience - credit or structing experience would be advanategous
  • Excellent communication skills in person, by phone and in writing, excellent presentation s
  • Ability to communicate to all levels of the business, to clients and external service providers
  • Logical and analytical skills with strong appetite to deal structuring and problem solving
  •  Good balance between client focused and risk awareness approach
  •  Team player
  •  An organised approach to work with good attention to details
  •  Ability to deliver within tight timeframes and work under pressure
  •  Ability to work independently and within a team environment, across jurisdictions
  •  Be prepared to travel at short notice
  •  Proficiency in MS Office tools notably Excel
  •  Fluent in English and in French
  •  Another European language would be a plus

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

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Financial and Business Analysis Accountant

BNP Paribas

Ireland
30+ days ago
Ireland
30+ days ago
Job Description
PEP0096

Mission


In a spirit of excellence, integrity, and innovation, CIB Finance & Tax mission is to act as an effective strategic partner in delivering quick, reliable transparent financial performance information and analysis to our stakeholders, while still maintaining our mission of independent control. Thus, our DNA is made of three essential ingredients:

  • Reliable and pertinent financial information based on adopting appropriate accounting policies and standards, utilising the Grouprsquo;s management reporting principles and standards;
  • Value added analysis with contributions from other key partners
  • Creating stakeholders affinity to answer to their needs and create space for pro-activity and anticipation of client future needs.

The mission of the Business and Financial Analysis function is to satisfy the needs of financial information of internal stakeholders, ensuring quality in the information and providing a full understanding of profitability on how revenues and expenses are calculated and attributed to each business line and function housed by all entities and legal vehicles within the scope of CIB in Ireland, including but not limited to:

  1. BNP Paribas Dublin Branch
  2. BNP Paribas Ireland
  3. Utexam Logistics Limited
  4. Utexam Solutions Limited
  5. Utexam Commodities Limited ndash; Esomet
  6. BNP Paribas Securities Services ndash; Dublin Branch
  7. BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services - BPFASL
  8. Vartry RE

Objectives, Responsibilities and Functions:


Work in strict coordination with the support hub in Madrid (MFSC ndash; Madrid Finance Service Centre) and under the direct supervision of the Head of Financial and Business Analysis in all areas directly associated with this division of the Finance & Tax Department.


The role will initially focus on BP2S business so a strong knowledge of this area is key. The role will be responsible for delivering performance management reports as directed for all entities in scope but with a focus on BP2S initially, presenting reports to the Head of Financial and Business Analysis and where requested presenting them to the Heads of the concerned Business Lines, Heads of Functions and local CFO. Particular emphasis to be focused on accuracy, completeness, integrity and adherence to reporting deadlines.


This role will particularly focus on Profit & Loss and Balance sheet in addition to supplementary reporting in relation to these. Collaborative correspondent to Regional Finance (Finance EMEA Hub) is paramount to the success of this role.


Contributor to the preparation of all information - or centralization of other Finance & Tax Areas contributions - for the Board of Directors of all entities under remit.


Participate in the performance and on-going enhancements to the daily financial accounting control environment via continuous interaction with the Oxygen Services Platforms and the Head of B&FA.


Ensure assistance is provided in a timely and efficient manner. Ensure the preparation of Statutory Accounting and processes for external audit within dates and timeframes agreed with the respective Audit Committees. Liaise with external Auditors in the annual audit process, Internal Auditors / Inspection Generale, and MFSC. Recommend and seek to implement procedures and processes that improve the overall performance of the Finance and Business analysis function.


Provide support to all Business Lines or functions in any review of their business / activity.


Participate and support all relevant Head Office, Regional and Local Projects that impact on the B&FA Area. This may entail taking direct ownership or responsibility for specific projects, if and when assigned.


Cross training within the Finance & Tax Function and other local Functions, Areas and Departments. On-going familiarity with the Grouprsquo;s accounting reporting policies and standards. Ensure appropriate documented files are maintained and filed for later review by Internal and/or External Auditors. Development and maintenance of properly documented procedures for the financial accounting division.


Areas of responsibility

  1. Performance Management. Design and development of high quality performance management reports to Management, transforming the accounting data into management accounting (profitability and cost allocation by Business Line) following the MARP (Management Accounting Rules and Principles, all of them at different split levels (entity, cost centre, business line, client, product, etc). Report production is advised and outsourced to the MSFSC while the value added analysis and reconciliation to BaU remains the responsibility of the B&FA team which facilitates business and analytical insights to be advised to Snr Management.
  2. Budget process: Participate in the delivery of the budget following BNP Paribas policies and procedures. Monitor the budgets for revenues and expenses as part of the upload process to the relevant financial systems.
  3. Audits: Ensure that all audit requests are delivered timely.
  4. Statutory accounts: Participate in the preparation of all financial statements and disclosures for statutory purposes.
  5. Information for Board of Directors and Audit Committees: Prepare the information for the management committees of the entities under scope.
  6. Projects: Active participation in projects of automation of current and future processes of the Area under responsibility.
  7. Human management: Foster people care, staff engagement and fluent communication within the B&FA Area and other Finance & Tax Areas in the spirit of a Global Finance community collaborative approach.
  8. Business continuity plan (BCP): Participate in the business continuity tests and ensure that all processes under his/her responsibility are subject to BCP following BNP Paribas policies and procedures including all software applications within the remit of the Area.
  9. Performance: Contribute periodical information (minimum monthly) of performance, risk and control indicators of the area under responsibility (KPI, KRI and KCI), following the standard defined for the Finance & Tax Department.
  10. Accounting Schemes: Accountable for ensuring correct Accounting Schemes are implemented
  11. Connectivity with the Production Teams and MCE (Measure, Control and Explain) Missional Teams in Regional Platforms: Foster close interaction and implementation of efficient communication tools ensuring full connectivity with the Oxygen services platforms (Madrid, Lisbon and Mumbai), in a collaborative organizational set-up, for all processes under his/her direct responsibility or accountability. Ensure that clear split of responsibilities exist in the process, fostering efficient working avoiding duplication.

Educational background and required skills


Language skills: Fluent in English


Educational background: Finance and accounting, qualified or studying for qualification.


4+ years experience in the financial services industry (banking, capital markets, custody, fund administration). Knowledge of BP2S business and financial management will be advantageous.


IT skills: capacity to use several of the following office tools in a proficient manner =gt; MS Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Access). Intermediate / expert excel users

Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.


Posted

30+ days ago

Description

Job Description
PEP0093

You will operate as a member of a highly qualified Audit Hub of approximately 75 auditors. The Hubrsquo;s remit is to provide audit services to the Businesses, Operations and Functions in France, UK, Ireland, Channel Islands, Middle-East and South Africa in close liaison with Senior Management and Head Office entities. The main focus is to help the organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.


As a member of the Audit team, you will have responsibility for undertaking audit reviews across Corporate and Institutional Banking, Securities Services, International Financial Services and the Domestic Markets business lines covering:

  • BNP Paribas Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Securities Services Dublin Branch
  • BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Ltd
  • Greenval Insurance DAC
  • Darnell DAC
  • BNP Paribas Vartry Reinsurance DAC
  • Utexam Solutions Limited
  • Utexam Logistics Limited
  • BNP Paribas Ireland
  • BNP Paribas Real Estate & Property Management Ireland Ltd
  • BNP Paribas Property Management Personnel Services Ltd

Overall Job Purpose


To complement the existing skillset within the team by means of contributing product knowledge grounded in practical business experience. The Auditor will play an active role in the CIB, UK & ME Regions Hub, performing risk-based audit reviews and recommending solutions to identified issues and weaknesses.



Key Responsibilities


Main tasks are to be performed in line with professional standards of the IIA and Group internal guidelines, and comprise the following:


1. Participation in audit assignments as a member of an audit team with responsibilities to include:

  • Ensuring the timely performance of his or her parts of the assignment whilst having regard for the main risks detailed in the Control Matrix.
  • Ensuring that the Head of Assignment is kept updated with the progress of the assignment on a continuous basis.
  • Preparation of summaries and conclusions to the phases of the assignment under his or her responsibility for review and approval by the Head of Assignment and lead the presentation of these to the relevant auditees.
  • Input of all missions and associated documentation to the required hub and IG standard into the Hub audit drive and the finding/recommendation logging tool; UNIK.

2. Risk assessment:

  • Assist in the performance of the Risk Assessment process.

3. Perform or participate in ad-hoc projects and investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews, Regulatory assignments and follow up of IG missions; non-lead role in detailed investigation of incidents (Special Assignment status).


4. Interaction with the management and staff of activities under their responsibility:


5. Follow up recommendations:

  • Monitor the progress made by the persons responsible for the closure of recommendations
  • Validate the closing of recommendations as specified in the appropriate procedures.

6. Contribute to the maintenance and development of the Internal Audit department, in particular the tools and techniques used.


There may also be opportunities to participate in other reviews within the Paris CIB, UK & ME Regionrsquo;s scope outside the core business line coverage, ad-hoc investigations including Quality Assurance Reviews at other geographical locations, Regulatory assignments and non-lead roles in detailed investigations/Special Assignments.


Essential Experience:

  • Product knowledge related to 1 or more of the businesses this role supports
  • Past experience from an audit or consultancy department covering e.g. organisation, quality assurance, project management, risk management or operational risk is an advantage.

Qualification, Experience & Competencies

  • Degree level qualification
  • A recognized audit/accountancy qualification would be advantageous.
  • Highly motivated and proactive, with the following attributes
    • Commitment and drive
    • Strong ability to analyse & synthesize complex information
    • Thoroughness of approach, with the ability to prioritise competing demands
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work within a close-knit team.

Financial Security


bull; Knowledge: Staff must have a clear understanding of BNPP Group policies and requirements, and their own obligations under these standards. This includes ensuring that they understand the regulatory and Group requirements in relation to Financial Security, both at a general level, and specifically related to their role. Financial Security related matters include those connected to: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.


bull; Policies & Controls: Staff must adhere to the Grouprsquo;s Financial Security policies and local laws; ensuring that appropriate controls are in place to manage Financial Security related processes and risk (including in regard to customer due diligence and how they use the Grouprsquo;s products and services; and a maintaining a satisfactory understanding of transaction activity).



bull; Vigilance & Reporting: Staff must be vigilant to unusual or suspicious activity; and duly report or escalate to senior management or Compliance as appropriate. Activity referred to, may concern customers, counterparties, staff or other third parties. Staff must escalate known or suspected concerns relating to potential or actual: money laundering; terrorist financing; bribery or corruption; sanctions breaches or attempts to circumvent the sanctions regime; or any other wrongdoing (including fraud or theft).


Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

Source: BNP Paribas