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Regulatory Reporting Lead Analyst, Financial Services, VP

Job Req ID 22536380 Location(s) New York, New York; Tampa, Florida; New Castle, Delaware Job Category Risk Management
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Financial Reporting Lead Analyst

As a bank with a brain and a soul, Citi creates economic value that is systemically responsible and, in our clients’, best interests. As a financial institution that touches every region of the world and every sector that shapes your daily life, our Enterprise Operations & Technology teams are charged with a mission that rivals any large tech company. Our technology solutions are the foundations of everything we do. We keep the bank safe and provide the technical tools our workers need to be successful. We design our digital architecture and ensure our platforms provide a first-class customer experience. Our operations teams manage risk, resources, and program management. We focus on enterprise resiliency and business continuity. We develop, coordinate, and execute strategic operational plans. Essentially, Enterprise Operations & Technology re-engineers’ client and partner processes to deliver excellence through secure, reliable, and controlled services.

Citi Shared Services (CSS) is a vital partner to the Corporate Finance and Human Resources organizations. We ensure financial and human resources operations and processes throughout the entire employment life cycle are carried out through the performance of world-class, scalable operations. We also deliver excellence in mission-critical, global products and local services for 84 countries. Furthermore, we manage the governance of the Citi Solutions Center Network, which serves 98,000 employees, supporting Citi’s businesses and operational units. Our diverse profile of products and services touches every Citi employee.

Our strategic priorities, which include enhancing our safety and soundness standards, elevating both leadership and manager capabilities, as well as designing innovative solutions to eliminate pain points, enable us to continually raise the bar. We are implementing cutting-edge digital tools, exploring dynamic reporting capabilities and self-service platforms, and adopting forward compatible behaviors, all while modeling a customer-centric mindset. 90% of the CSS family calls one of our strategic hubs (Budapest, Costa Rica, Manila, Mumbai, and Tampa) home. Each hub offers a unique energy and a myriad of development and engagement opportunities, but the common attribute that cuts across them all is a strong sense of community. We are long-standing champions of diversity, which is consistently reflected in our decisions and actions. Our employees value meritocracy, demonstrate passion for growth and development, and model dignity and respect for all.

Our commitment to diversity includes a workforce that represents the clients we serve globally from all walks of life, backgrounds, and origins. We foster an environment where the best people want to work. We value and demand respect for others, promote individuals based on merit, and ensure opportunities for personal development are widely available to all. Ideal candidates are innovators with well-rounded backgrounds who bring their authentic selves to work and complement our culture of delivering results with pride. If you are a problem solver who seeks passion in your work, come join us. We’ll enable growth and progress together.

Financial Reporting Lead Analyst

The CCAR Regulatory Reporting Lead Analyst will be responsible for preparing and reviewing Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) schedules. CCAR is a process completed by the Federal Reserve to ensure institutions have robust, forward-looking capital planning processes that account for unique risks and sufficient capital to continue operations throughout times of economic and financial stress. 

 This Regulatory Reporting Lead Analyst will oversee the production of CCAR reports and enhance the governance framework to achieve greater standardization, consistency, and sustainability.  This position will work closely with the Sr. Manager, ensuring CCAR processes (FR Y14A, 14Q, 14M schedules) are produced timely, accurately and are complete.  The position has responsibility for CCAR related processes being compliant with current regulations, supported by documentation standards and with effective preventive and detective controls.   The position will liaise closely with the CCAR GPO, Corporate Reporting, Country/Product Risk and/or Controllers, Technology and Finance and will coordinate with counterparts in FRSS Centers.

 This position has responsibility for the preparation, reconciliation and review of financial (i.e., actual) CCAR schedules; the process includes review of control points, support change management, and support the implementation of RegInsight platform combined with legacy processes.  The production framework has embedded controls to ensure data is reconciled and properly mapped to according to CCAR requirements.  The supervision will escalate issues and discrepancies noted in the production process for root cause remediation. 


  • Team building and leadership: develop and motivate a team of reporting professionals leveraging the FRSS Global model.
  • Evaluate the production framework for FR Y-14A, 14Q and 14M schedules and establish effective working relationships with GPO, FRSS Global Head of Risk and Control.
  • Responsible for the interaction with global risk reporting ensuring, variance analysis, reconciliations are prepared optimally.
  • Represent FRSS as global liaison among Finance, Risk, FRI and Corporate Regulatory Reporting. Prioritize material issues and interface with operations units ensuring appropriate corrective actions are taken.
  • Produce metrics for senior management highlighting key issues and remediation status, progress on strategic initiatives, maintain and enhance related operational and analytical procedures.
  • Align key controls with operational processes and validate with MCA testing; identify opportunity to optimize processes.
  • Responsible to develop and implement the reconciliation among different reports, including FR Y-9c, 14A and other reports.
  • Effective communication: presentations to Senior Management, issue resolution with Technology.



  • Bachelor's degree and 6+ years of related work experience.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel Skills required.
  • Excellent analytical background and skill set to understand Basel processes, including system data flows.
  • Previous management experience and able to manage large span of control and control its budget and reengineering efforts.
  • Self-motivated with ability to make decisions and maintain a controlled environment.
  • Willingness to manage flexible and alternative Citi Workspace (CWS) environments.
  • Ability to multi-task, be proactive and goal oriented.
  • Strong interpersonal/communication skills (oral and written) and confidence to work with different levels of management.
  • Previous banking and regulatory experience in Legal Vehicle, Basel and/or Country Risk.
  • Previous Exposure to global processes and teamwork across various locations and cultures.
  • Must have US work authorization, this position is not sponsoring visas

Preferred but not required:

  • Master of Business, Accounting or Economics; Certified Public Accountant or International Equivalent; Certified Financial Analyst.
  • Previous experience with Lean Methodology / Six Sigma.
  • Previous experience with SQL and/or SAS preferred.

Technical Skills

  • Proficiency in MS Office Products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Working knowledge of FRS, Pearl, Ruby, GL platforms and other data warehouses
  • Knowledge of accounting and financial/regulatory reporting
  • Ability to grasp and master new concepts/requirements and related product/functional knowledge

About Citi

Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments, and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.

Behavioral Skills

  • Strong organizational and planning skills to manage a large number of requests.
  • Attention to detail with a high degree of control and emphasis toward quality.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to facilitate discussions.
  • Ability to work independently and take ownership of various parts of a project or initiative.
  • High caliber team player with good judgment, flexibility and productivity.
  • Quick learner, customer focused with ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced changing environment.
  • Forward looking with ability to mitigate and overcome any challenging roadblocks.  Must have “can do” attitude.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and manage to tight deadlines or unexpected changes in expectations or requirements.
  • Strong relationship and teamwork skills with hands–on approach.


Job Family Group:

Risk Management


Job Family:

Credit & Portfolio Risk Management


Time Type:

Full time


Primary Location:

Long Island City New York United States


Primary Location Salary Range:

$120,710.00 - $181,070.00


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