Job Details

Job ID
11507BR
Job Title
Treasury Reporting Manager
Position Type
Permanent
Business Brand
PF
Department
PF Group Treasury
Location
Bradford / London
Salary
£54,000 + Bonus
About Us
About Us
Provident Financial Group (PFG) is a leading specialist bank for the millions of people in the UK who are not well served by mainstream lenders. As a business, our purpose is to help put people on a path to a better everyday life with our clear and responsible approach to lending; an approach built on over 141 years of experience.

PFG is a FTSE 250 company, made up of three brands: Vanquis (cards and loans), Moneybarn (vehicle finance) and Sunflower (loans). While they all offer different products and services, they each share the common purpose and customer-centric values at the heart of our group. We understand our customers are real people with real and varied life experiences, so everything we do from our products to our customer experience is designed with this in mind.
About the Role
About the role:
Our Treasury Finance team has overall responsibility for prudential reporting of capital, liquidity and market risk for the consolidated Group and its banking subsidiary (Vanquis Bank), including policy governance and control. This includes separate processes for Vanquis Bank where necessary.

Reporting to the Senior Manager '“ Treasury Finance, You will support the Prudential reporting to the PRA, FCA and Bank of England and all the associated activities relating to this. This will include review & preparation of the consolidated Group reporting and Vanquis bank on solo level reporting for consistency of output and best practice. The role will also include assisting in the preparation of Pillar 3, ICAAP, ILAAP and RRP

Key Responsibilities Include:
  • To work with other SMEs in the Group, identifying the impact of prudential regulatory change, advising Senior Management and supporting the business to adapt accordingly.
  • Managing the controls and processes around regulatory reporting preparation with a view to ongoing development and improvements.
  • To review/prepare the Group's monthly LCR and PRA110 reports.
  • To review/prepare the quarterly COREP and FINREP submissions.
  • To review/prepare other PRA reports as required.
  • To review/prepare the quarterly Bank of England returns.
  • Active involvement in the annual ICAAP and ILAAP processes.
  • The input of various regulatory measures for Group Treasury Committee reporting.
  • Advising the business of regulatory implications of any changes in product mix or balance sheet structure.
  • Keep up to date with developments in regulatory requirements.
  • Provide Management with ad-hoc analysis as required.
  • Relationship building and networking with key internal stakeholders and external advisers.
Skills and Experience
Skills and Experience:
  • Have the ability to establish good relationships with key stakeholders
  • Is able to prioritise work as necessary to deliver to tight deadlines
  • A self-starter with a propensity for meeting deadlines and getting things done
  • Process-oriented with strong attention to detail
  • Strong team player that will work on both strengths and development areas within the team
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to build trust and influence at senior management level
  • Practical experience of the COREP, FINREP and other PRA prudential regulatory reporting requirements and associated governance and controls (relating to capital and liquidity).
  • Qualified accountant (preferably ACA/ACCA/CIMA) with relevant post qualified experience in industry or practice.
  • Demonstrable exposure to ICAAP, ILAAP, RRP and other prudential matters.
  • Ability to work independently to deliver to deadlines
  • Strong written/oral communication skills across colleagues at all level and an ability to explain complex information/regulation in an understandable way
  • Ability to influence and constructively challenge management or colleague views.
  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines.
  • Highly proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

Why choose a career with us?
We like to let our employees know that we appreciate their hard work by offering competitive salaries and a range of reward schemes as well as regular performance management reviews and appraisals so that you can monitor your career progress. Benefits include:
  • Flexible/hybrid working considered
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Life assurance of 4x salary
  • Private Medical and Permanent Health Insurance
  • Colleague Perks at Work recognition schemes
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption pay schemes
  • 1 paid day to give back to local communities or chosen charity

Inclusion & Diversity Statement
We know that by having a better, more inclusive culture and a diverse group of colleagues, we can support our customers and each other in the best way possible. We also believe this goes a long way to helping us live our purpose and defines why we are here in the first place: to help put people on a path to a better everyday life.
We are an equal opportunities employer, and we want people to join us no matter how they identify, their sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.
We want to attract and retain the best people. So, we make sure that, if people need it, they are given all the extra support and reasonable adjustments to take part in any part of our application or interview process. We have also got lots of colleagues who choose to work flexibly, so please feel free to talk to us about how you prefer to work at any time.
We think that if you can Be Yourself in the workplace, you will do your best work and enjoy being part of the team and as a business we get to benefit from that and to celebrate all the wonderful things that diversity brings.
Updated
24-06-2022