Liquidity Reporting Analyst - Associate

Permanent contract|Jersey City|Risks

Liquidity Reporting Analyst - Associate

  • Jersey City, United States
  • Permanent contract
  • Risks


  • Responsible for monthly reporting of 2052a (5G) production cycle
  • Prepare and document support for LCR calculation
  • Conduct comprehensive reporting line control checks and data quality checks, periodic review of efficiency gain on reporting process
  • On a quarterly basis, reconcile group RWA notional data (risk) to accounting details to ensure that all accounting balances within the required Basel aggregates are represented in risk for assigned entities.  Work off-quarter to resolve issues that could not be addressed during the close.
  • Prepare manual adjustment corrections according to reporting streams
  • Manage production issues including system feed issues, manual adjustments and follow up data enhancements with system projects
  • Assist in regulator reviews and internal audit reviews
  • Assist with GPS (Global Permanent Supervision) controls and CDE (Critical Data Element) monthyly certification and reviews
  • Participate in projects of system automations and enhancements, model user-acceptance-testing (UAT)
  • Participate in projects of control framework on enhancing data quality reviews and documentations
  • Short term solution to stabilize data reporting by use of excel or other tools, including macro or Alteryx to facilitate reporting needs

Profile required

The Finance department of Global Banking and Investor Solutions (GBIS) is a global organization with local presence. Our core mission in the Americas involves delivering sound financial reports, effective challenge to business plans, and good advice on efficient use of our capital, liquidity, and funding resources. The Finance department performs independent certification of all financial aggregates and creates the daily P&L explanation on market activities. In addition, teams also oversee and execute cross-business projects in the financial and regulatory areas of the industry by providing expertise on accounting, prudential and tax norms while ensuring compliance of these norms are some of the responsibilities within our robust teams.

  • Strong accounting and finance background and experience in financial reporting control and liquidity risk
  • Product knowledge --- derivatives, loans, funding vehicles, fixed income, equity securities and prime brokerage as well as commodities
  • Experience in regulatory reporting in liquidity risk management
  • Knowledge of technical 2052a reporting instruction guidelines and interpretations
  • Knowledge of LCR rules and interpretations
  • Basic knowledge of EU (European Union) and/or U.S. RWA reporting concepts
  • Strong Excel skills, VBA a plus
  • Alteryx, Python, Power BI a plus
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently with aggressive deadlines

Why join us

Liquidity Reporting production is responsible for producing, reconciling and distributing Daily/Weekly/Monthly liquidity reports to SG’s ALM and RISK teams as well as senior management and regulators.  This team produces both liquidity risk reporting and credit RWA (Risk Weighted Asset) risk/accounting reconciliations.  The unit has four primary functions in that there are a dedicated daily reporting team including daily funding dashboard, a liquidity stress testing team, a 2052a regulatory reporting team and an RWA risk/reconciliatiton team.  It includes daily, weekly and monthly reporting on liquidity funding and liquidity stress testing and various other funding flow snapshots, as well as a quarterly RWA risk/accounting reconciliation. System integration includes account conversion for back office systems. In addition, the team interfaces with regulators and business support for reviews, examinations, and reporting requirement changes.  This role serves as a dedicated resource to support production of the 2052a report and RWA risk/accounting reconciliations.

Business insight

At Societe Generale, we live by our 4 core values of commitment, responsibility, team spirit and innovation. We are engaged and demonstrate consideration for others. We act ethically and with courage. We focus our talent and energy on collective success. We experiment and propose new ideas. This way, we maximize our ability to serve client needs and anticipate market changes. Societe Generale is committed to strengthening bonds with colleagues, communities, and the world in which we live, because relationships are at the heart of how we operate.

Our Diversity & Inclusion Mission: Recruit, develop, advance, and retain a diverse workforce that is united in our efforts to enhance our competitive position and deliver innovative solutions to our clients.

Our Diversity & Inclusion Vision: 
•     Engaged workforce that is demographically diverse in a way that reflects the communities in which we operate
•     Inclusive culture and workplace that recognizes employees' unique needs and utilizes their diverse talents 
•     Engage our community and marketplace, and position the organization to meet the needs of all its clients

For more information about our D&I initiatives, please visit this link (

Societe Generale offers a hybrid work arrangement that offers employees the flexibility to work remotely, as well as on-site, in order to promote interaction and collaboration with colleagues while adhering to all SG standard protocols.  Hybrid work arrangements vary based on business area.  The applicable Business lines will determine and communicate the work arrangements that best meet their business needs.

Base salary range does not include overtime pay, bonus and/or other benefits, where applicable. Actual base salary offer will vary based on skills and experience.

Societe Generale is an equal opportunity employer, and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. We are committed to recognizing and promoting the talents and achievements of our employees and staff, regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation, and any other characteristic or status protected under applicable law.

Reference: 23000NWA
Starting date: 2023/10/15
Publication date: 2023/09/21
Salary or Compensation Range: $103,000 - $130,000