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Reporting to the Business Unit Controller (BUC) VP in the Controllers and Tax Services Department of MUFG Bank Ltd in New York, the candidate will have a responsibility to assist with accounting and financial reporting matters focusing on financial instruments such as derivatives, securities, repurchase agreements and structured loans. This would include supporting the period-end close process, responding to financial reporting requests, and identification and escalation of significant or unusual transactions to BUC.
Ability to manage multiple work tasks independently to meet department deadlines
75% reporting period-end close: preparation of monthly journal entries and work papers.
Assist with preparation of quarterly reports for each product type and responding to requests for information from regulatory reporting and head office reporting groups
25% other projects such as new products approvals, assisting with auditor's periodic confirmation process, special projects
Expertise in Excel including knowledge of pivot tables, formulas, arrays etc. with the ability to design new spreadsheets as needed
Prior reporting experience with an understanding of general ledger and knowledge of writing journal entries is needed
Knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools.
Good interpersonal skills both written and verbal.
Excellent active listening skills.
Organizes the work to be performed in a logical, sequential method, while applying consideration to cost/resource, schedule, and quality constraints.
Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships.
Requires a Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance
Previous experience with financial instruments preferred
Candidate should have an strong interest in learning about the products managed by the group
Good social skills that allow for building and maintaining client relationships with other business unit managers and staff across the bank
Support change management at the Unit level
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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