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Regulatory Reporting Accountant (7 month contract)

Locations: Sydney, New South Wales Job Function: Finance, Accounting Employee Status: Fixed Term (Fixed Term) Job ID: 20222950

This is a Team Member role in the Bank Chain part of the Financial Control Local Regulatory Reporting (LRR) team.

The LRR team is responsible for preparation and submission of most Local Regulatory Reports (LRRs), and local (IFRS) financial statements, to the Australian and New Zealand regulatory authorities, e.g. APRA, ASX, ASIC, RBA, ABS, RBNZ and NZCO.


  • Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual returns to Australian and NZ regulators, timely, in accordance with internal and external requirements, including Internal Audit

  • Preparation of Daily APRA Large Exposure reporting for CPL

  • Analysis of returns to ensure all relevant variances are fully explained

  • Involvement in regulatory projects and other key financial initiatives as required

  • Monitor changes in regulatory and financial reporting guidelines and regulations

  • Assistance in preparing audited annual financial statements for local operating entities

  • Continuous improvement of processes, procedures and documentation

  • LRR administration and coordination, including LRRGC committee and regional reporting

  • Coordination of local external audit planning, execution, and delivery

  • Assessment of accounting policy, US GAAP / IFRS differences, M&A activity and capital

  • Review of activities of securitisation trusts used for funding purposes

  • Review of regulatory, financial, and other reporting for securitisation trusts (e.g. mortgages, credit cards)


  • Strong background in Banking and Financial Services

  • Sound experience in Regulatory Reporting, esp. APRA Prudential Standards / Reporting Forms

  • Strong stakeholder management skills

  • Strong ability to meet tight deadlines, and manage time and conflicting priorities

  • Strong ability to work both independently, and as an active contributor to teams

  • High attention to detail and strong ability to work under pressure

  • Flexible, motivated and enthusiastic approach

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to learn new financial systems quickly

  • Strong Excel skills


  • Commerce / Business Degree (e.g. major in accounting or finance)

  • Qualified CA/ CPA with minimum 3+ years PQE experience highly regarded

When you work at Citi, you will be working for an organisation that truly has a global footprint and a powerful network that spans the globe. We celebrate individual ingenuity and use the diversity of our people in order to drive high performance. Through dedicated support, training and resources, we promote our talent and future leaders to bring about lasting and positive impact. Citi Australia is an Employer of Choice for Women and supports a flexible work environment.

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