Job Title: Senior Fund Accountant

Business Unit: Fund Accounting – BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services Limited

Contract Type: Fixed-term (12 months)

Location: Sandyford, Dublin

About BNP Paribas

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

  • we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.

Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.

  • we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.
  • : We build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams.
  • : We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.
  • : We foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect.

Role:

The Senior Fund Accountant (SFA) role is responsible for the validation and release of hedge fund Net Asset Valuations. The SFA checks the work of Fund Accountants and provides final release to the market or investment manager. The SFA is responsible for ensuring that all checks and controls have been performed on a valuation. The SFA is often the first point of contact for clients regarding valuations.

Key Responsibilities:

·         Review of fund NAVs on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, tasks include:

·         Review of fund transactions, eg. Security trading, investor activity, etc.

·         Ensuring all income accruals and corporate actions are accounted for and validated

·         Review of all foreign exchange contracts

·         Review of price movements, including stale / static pricing

·         Adherence to client agreed NAV delivery deadlines

·         Approval and sending of fund invoices / cash instructions

·         NAV impact analysis and justification

·         Monitoring all cash and security reconciliation items on a daily basis.

·         Ensuring all agreed reporting is completed & sent to the client.

·         Attendance and participation in team / departmental meetings.

·         Assist with the completion of month end processes for delivery to clients.

·         Ensure that client Service Level Agreements are applied across all funds with deliverables met on a timely basis.

·         Ensure any information required by the Auditors or Trustees is available within the timeframe agreed with your Team Leader.

·         Assist and train other team members with queries / questions as they arise. Inform the Team Leader where necessary of any issues.

·         Thorough knowledge of hedge fund security types, including CFD, CDS, IRS, MBS/ABS, Swaptions, Fixed Income, Exchange Traded Instruments, Forwards etc., and their accounting treatment.

·         FA resource for the on boarding of new business, ensuing that FA systems and accounting requirements are in place.

·         Understanding of fund operating documents, prospectus, pricing policy, agreements.

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

Experience:

·         A minimum of 2-3 years Fund Accounting experience incorporating the above key responsibilities.

·         A minimum of 1 year NAV review experience

·         Good working knowledge of relevant legislation and regulatory requirements.

·         A thorough knowledge of Hedge Fund accounting, including interaction with Prime Brokers and Middle Office.

·         A thorough knowledge of performance fee methodologies (Equalisation, Series, etc),

·         Knowledge of the completion of month end processes for delivery to clients.

·         Thorough knowledge of share class hedging.

·         Knowledge of data vendors such as Bloomberg, IDC, etc.

·         Knowledge of accounting systems Multifonds an advantage.

·         An awareness of the needs of clients and an ability to deliver an excellent client service.

·         Multi-manager, Multi-currency, Pooling, Fund of Hedge Fund and Structured product experience desirable.

Qualifications & Skills:

·         A third level qualification or equivalent preferably in a business or accounting related discipline preferred.

·         Good time management and interpersonal skills.

·         Self-motivated.

·         Highly computer literate.

·         Strong numerical / analytical skills.

·         Strong communication skills.

·         Strong Microsoft excel skills.

Why Work with Us?

  • In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S) and Greenval.

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title: Counterparty Management Administrator

Business Unit: Middle Office – Registration & Counterparty Management

Contract Type: permanent

Location: Sandyford, Dublin


About BNP Paribas

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

  • Agility: we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation. 
  • Client Satisfaction: we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice.
  • Compliance Culture: we believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics 
  • Openness: we promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered
Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work 
  • Stability: we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint. 
  • Expertise: we build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams. 
  • Responsibility: we build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers 
  • Good Place to Work: we foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect

Role:

Registration Counterparty Management consists of 2 departments: Registration & Counterparty Management. Its 2 main objectives are to:

  • Coordinate the operational implementation of the deals (or « program » in Supply Chain) and ensure the accuracy and consistency of deals parameters including credit, legal and operational conditions by performing independent controls at implementation stage and during deal life-cycle
  • Support BNP Paribas Clients and non-clients with the objective of excellence-to-operate through a risk management framework and respect of compliance banking rules

Dublin Global Trade Services (GTS) & Dublin Operations interact with Dublin Middle Office on a daily basis and rely on it to perform all the activities necessary for the client to be able to start using our products. Dublin Middle Office also performs controls independently from GTS & Operations. Dublin Middle Office –Registration & Counterparty Management focus on Registration and Specialised Due Diligence.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead Supplier On boarding in new and existing programs.
  • To manage registration of suppliers for new and existing Vendor Financing programs.
  • To collect documents for KYTS & KYS activities and control completeness of the documentation once GTS instruction is received or recertification process is launched.
  • Provide regular reporting to GTS sales team on suppliers’ on boarding and coordinate with them for communication to clients.
  • Maintain an up to date master list of the suppliers with the correct statuses
  • Storage of suppliers documents and evidences in an appropriate location
  • Perform the Financial Security controls at facility set-up, facility renewal and on a regular basis during the deal life to monitor and ensure that programmes are always compliant with FS (KYC and screening at transaction processing excluded). Tasks include the following but are not limited to:
    • Perform FS controls at facility set-up and renewal in accordance with Hermes,
    • Perform KYTS, recertification activity, obligors screening, specific due diligence process
  • Perform the recertification of suppliers.
  • Perform specific due diligence on SCF portfolio, launch specific due diligence process
  • Follow appropriate escalation policy.
  • Be proactive and provide best quality of service with highest controls standards.
  • Maintain the deal portfolio reference file with deals subjects to Hermes/Hermes++/Chrysalide 
  • Perform the Pn country concentration control and report to Business as required.
  • Ensure required controls are performed in all the due diligence processes following the group guidelines and policies.
  • Maintain Knowledge of pricing models and understanding deal structures to provide best service possible
  • Demonstrating an open mind-set in the frame of financial technology projects
  • Will be the single point of contact for all stakeholders including client and business support.

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

  • Business/Finance 3rd level qualification
  • 3 to 5 years’ experience in banking operations
  • Proficiency with general IT system applications
  • Proficient knowledge of MS Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Customer Support experience
  • Knowledge of Trade Finance products an advantage but not essential
  • Proven ability to interact with senior stakeholders
  • Ability to effectively communicate up, across and down the organisation
  • Ability to engage with all business operations
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Multitasking

Why Work with Us?

  • We are the bank for a changing world and aim to build positive change together with our employees
  • We are a team of passionate people who genuinely care about what we do and the impact our work delivers to our clients. We operate in a highly collaborative, open-minded environment that embraces innovation and creativity 
  • Our remuneration and benefits packages are generous, with competitive salaries, a discretionary bonus scheme, company pension contribution, comprehensive private healthcare packages, and numerous other benefits
  • We have a genuine commitment to work-life balance throughout the whole organisation. We are also committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and actively promote equal opportunities. 
  • Development and mobility is actively encouraged. We are a learning company – there is real opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills, experience and career path. 
  • We are a global company operating in over 60 countries with over 190,000 employees from over 150 nationalities. In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S) and Greenval.

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title: Senior Administrator – Supply Chain Settlement
Business Unit: Corporate & Institutional Banking
Contract Type: Permanent Contract
Location: Sandyford, Dublin
About BNP Paribas:
At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.
  • Agility: we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.
  • Client Satisfaction: we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice. We seek to listen carefully to them and work closely with them.
  • Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.
  • Openness: We promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered.
Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.
  • Stability: we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.
  • Expertise: We build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams.
  • Responsibility: We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.
  • Good Place to Work: We foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect.
Role:
BNPP Dublin Operations department consists of 4 inter-related departments. These are SCM Operations, Banking & Loan Operations, Markets Middle Office and Client Administration. Within the SCM Operations teams, there are 3 separate teams to manage the Operations and risk. These are Supply Chain Funding, Supply Chain Settlements and SCM Control. The function of the Supply Chain Settlements (SCS) team is to settle invoices on behalf of global corporate clients of the BNPP Group. The transactions consist of settlement of funds received for invoices due for client repayment. Non-receipt of settlements are investigated with clients and reported according to the Group escalation policy.
The role is accountable to the Head of Supply Chain Settlements. It requires processing, validation and analysis of settlements due and 1st level client queries.
Key Responsibilities:
Department and Activity Processing
• Production Task Completion: Responsible for the delivery of agreed department production tasks described below, to ensure all tasks are performed in a timely and accurate manner. .
• Client-Centric: Ensure client requests are managed in a timely and professional manner, maintaining strong communication and Client service.

Control Framework
• Accounting Control: Ensure that all accounting transactions are correctly processed, investigated and remediated. Ensure that all accounts are correctly justified and certified each month.
• Procedures & Controls: Keep Procedures up to date.

Production
Responsible for agreed operational processes (not exhaustive) and ensure timely and accurate completion
Transaction Processing:
• Payment and Settlement of non-discounted invoices
• Processing of direct debit files to request client settlement
• Settlement of Invoice & inventory sales payments
• Financial Security checks on all documents where applicable
Transaction Validation:
• Validation of all Supply Chain settlement transactions
• Financial Security controls on all applicable documents
• End of Day controls on processing queues
Accounting:
• Suspense, nostro and control account reconciliation and monitoring
Client Analysis:
• Client & overdues 1st level Queries
• Analysis and escalation of client issues
Qualifications & Experience required for this role:
• Business/Finance 3rd level qualification preferable
• Minimum 1 year experience in an Operational role
• Strong Organisational skills
• Strong knowledge of Accounting processes
• Strong knowledge of MS Office suite (excel, word, PowerPoint)
• Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
• Clear and Concise communication skills
Why Work with Us?
  • We are the bank for a changing world and aim to build positive change together with our employees.
  • We are a team of passionate people who genuinely care about what we do and the impact our work delivers to our clients. We operate in a highly collaborative, open-minded environment that embraces innovation and creativity.
  • Our remuneration and benefits packages are generous, with competitive salaries, a discretionary bonus scheme, company pension contribution, comprehensive private healthcare packages, and numerous other benefits.
  • We have a genuine commitment to work-life balance throughout the whole organisation. We are also committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and actively promote equal opportunities.
  • Development and mobility is actively encouraged. We are a learning company – there is real opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills, experience and career path.
  • We are a global company operating in over 60 countries with over 190,000 employees from over 150 nationalities. In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S) and Greenval.
Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics. We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring. BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.
Equality and Diversity
BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.
By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title

Transfer Agency Manager (Assistant Vice President)

Business Unit

Asset Management – Fund Administration

Contract Type

Fixed-Term Contract (12 months)

Location

Sandyford, Dublin

About BNP Paribas:

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

  • we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.
  • we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice. We seek to listen carefully to them and work closely with them.
  • We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.
  • We promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered.

Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.

  • we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.
  • : We build upon our recognised and expanding knowledge of our teams.
  • : We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.

Role:

The remit of this role is within the Asset Management Transfer Agency Department. Core responsibilities include ensuring a consistent excellent level of client service, new Business implementation and New fund setup, and to identify & contribute to continuous improvement initiatives. A focus on risk control, change management and adherence to local and group requirements and regulations is required.

Key Responsibilities:

This is a client facing position that requires a technically strong, bright and ambitious individual who has a proven history of building valuable relationships and leading teams within a busy operational environment. You will ideally have a strong background within IS with experience of leading an operational team, onboarding new clients and launching new funds.

  • Manage high profile client relationships from an Investor Services perspective by engaging with the Clients and developing relationships with them.
  • Working closely with our Business implementation team to ensure the successful onboarding and launch of new funds and products within our remit in Transfer agency.
  • Attendi new business project calls and take ownership of TA responsibilities.
  • Attend new business meetings for existing clients seeking to set up new funds. Review documentation and application forms for completeness to ensure that service identified can be delivered.
  • Accurately review and analyse requirements, client prospectus and supplements in the setup of new Funds and Share classes.
  • Management and oversight of Business Implementation to ensure work is of the highest quality standards. Ensure that the team operates efficiently, adheres to procedures, ISAE 3402 requirements and best practice and policy.
  • Participate in project calls and distribute clear dashboards on key milestones achieved / challenges.
  • Ensure project work assigned is completed timely, accurately.
  • Sponsor a programme of continuous improvement to mitigate risks, eliminate inefficiencies and/or improve client experiences and in order to support the build out of capacity and scale within the team.
  • Implement the Ireland internationalization of the TA operations with specific focus on building our IOC (Offshore location) to help support our future growth ensuring targets and budgets are achieved.
  • Consider / develop options to enhance /re-engineer /streamline process flows.
  • Support and drive new product enhancements, develop best practice and support the build out of capacity and scale within the organization.
  • Ensure understanding of regulatory changes and co-ordinate implementation (as applicable) to your unit and the wider team.
  • Recruit, train, motivate and develop staff to ensure a fully functioning team capable of meeting the department’s objectives, including leading the performance management process.
  • Hold/ Participate in regular team meetings and create an environment of good communication with effective two-way feedback of information and ideas
  • Liaise with Transfer Agency colleagues in other BNP Paribas locations to streamline processes and identify common procedures and systems with a view to unifying databases and procedures.
  • Foster and support a culture of best practice and ‘white glove’ service to clients within the Investor Services area of the business.
  • Ensure that Investor Services deliverables set out in Service Level Agreements between BNP Fund Services and clients are achieved.
  • Liaise with clients to identify and implement service requirements to ensure that BNP Paribas Fund Services is delivering best in class service.
  • Help foster and cultivate a change culture where we strive to provide the highest quality service.
  • Encourage a programme of continuous improvement for the team to either mitigate risks or improve client experiences
  • Ensure Reporting to Senior Management is completed accurately and timely.c

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

  • Project Management skills are nice to have
  • Experience in use of MS Office
  • Experience of a variety of fund types – e.g.  Mutual, Offshore, Irish domiciled, Limited Partnership, Private Equity
  • Proficiency in MS office
  • In-depth knowledge of Transfer Agency life-cycle, including AML
  • Knowledge of MFTA, Neolink, SWIFT, NTAS is nice to have
  • Hard working Team Player who likes to work within and contribute to an organizational team structure
  • Attention to detail
  • Adaptability: ability to adapt to and work within a dynamic changing environment
  • Strong Numerical, Written & Verbal Communication Skills
  • Strong Leadership skills
  • Keen awareness of Client Service standards
  • Change Management
  • Relationship Management skills are nice to have

Why Work with Us?

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title

Cash Management Implementation Officer

Business Unit

ITO – Client Service

Contract Type

Permanent Contract

Location

Sandyford, Dublin

About BNP Paribas:

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

  • we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.
  • we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice. We seek to listen carefully to them and work closely with them.
  • We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.
  • We promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered.

Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.

  • we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.
  • : We build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams.
  • : We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.
  • : We foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect.

Role:

Mission:

  • Act as a point of contact for a select group of BNPP clients
  • Deliver and ensure high quality of service, support and client satisfaction. 
  • Play a key role in understanding the client’s business and become an advisor to evolve the clients Cash Management setup

Objectives:

  • To provide the best client satisfaction possible
  • Maintain the high-level standards of excellence expected of BNPP Cash Management Servicing

Key Responsibilities:

To ensure a customer-experience driven daily servicing:

  • Offer a positive experience to the client
  • Understand client requirements to simplify requests in coordination with all business partners and internal teams

Manage the client pain points:

·   Ensure coordination of all stakeholders to solve any Cash Management related projects

Take in charge implementation projects:

  • Manage client implementation & post implementation projects (scoping, planning, technical specification, testing, go live)
  • Responsible for implementing and supporting clients across various electronic banking channels in alignment with the support teams
  • Ensure billing has been adequately set up
  • Manage all testing requirements as part of the implementation process and co-ordinate internal resources

Provide end-to-end support of electronic channel solutions in close collaboration with the local & transversal team:

  • Host high-quality training sessions (via MS Teams or face-to-face) to clients on the usage of the bank’s proprietary online banking platform to ensure autonomy of users and reduce the number of day-to-day queries thereafter 
  • Provide expert and informed guidance to clients on testing of payment files from a formatting, payment scheme and regulatory perspective, troubleshooting and resolving any failures
  • Continually evolve knowledge of the E-Banking tool in line with product enhancements and regulatory change

Support Cash Management Sales:

  • Participate in meetings with prospective clients alongside Front Office teams and Head of Cash Management to present the bank’s proprietary online banking platform and act as point of reference/expertise on all matters relating to the bank’s e-channels product suite
  • Raise product development or improvement suggestions, as well as sharing feedback from clients on the bank’s CM product offering
  • Create and continuously update a client product and services map of current services, technical setup and key internal and external stakeholders

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Ability to communicate in English (fluently) and any other language is a plus
  • Be customer experience driven
  • Excellent organizational skills and time management skills
  • Ability to take initiative
  • Ability to work as a team and share information with colleagues
  • Be proactive and continuously improve your knowledge of Cash Management products and services

Why Work with Us?

·         We are the bank for a changing world and aim to build positive change together with our employees. 

·         We are a team of passionate people who genuinely care about what we do and the impact our work delivers to our clients. We operate in a highly collaborative, open-minded environment that embraces innovation and creativity. 

·         Our remuneration and benefits packages are generous, with competitive salaries, a discretionary bonus scheme, company pension contribution, comprehensive private healthcare packages, and numerous other benefits.

·         We have a genuine commitment to work-life balance throughout the whole organisation. We are also committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and actively promote equal opportunities. 

·         Development and mobility is actively encouraged. We are a learning company – there is real opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills, experience and career path.

·         We are a global company operating in over 60 countries with over 190,000 employees from over 150 nationalities. In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S) and Greenval.

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title

Risk Analyst

Business Unit

Greenval Insurance DAC

Contract Type

Permanent Contract

Location

The Ancorage, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin

About BNP Paribas:

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

Ø  Agility: we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.

Ø  Client Satisfaction: we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice. We seek to listen carefully to them and work closely with them.

Ø  Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.

Ø  Openness: We promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered. 

Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.

Ø  Stability: we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.

Ø  Expertise: We build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams.

Ø  Responsibility: We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.

Ø  Good Place to Work: We foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect.

Role:

Greenval Insurance DAC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arval Services Lease SA (‘’Arval”). The ultimate parent of both entities is BNP Paribas. Greenval provides motor insurance products specifically designed for the customers of Arval Service Lease SA (‘’Arval”).

Arval is a world-wide provider of full-service multi-brand vehicle leasing to professionals, SMEs, Corporate and Private Individuals. Greenval is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and licensed to provide insurance throughout the European Union, principally on a Freedom of Services basis.

The Risk Management Function of Greenval is responsible for maintaining and monitoring the effectiveness of the company’s risk management system, ensuring the company has effective processes in place to identify and manage risks to which the company is or might be exposed and providing comprehensive and timely information on the company’s material risks which enables the Management and Board of Directors of Greenval to understand the overall risk profile of the company. The Risk Function in Greenval is resourced with a Chief Risk Officer and a Senior Risk Analyst.

Key Responsibilities:

·         Support the Function in terms of oversight and monitoring of all risk management activities.

·         Understand new and emerging risks and support the business with developing strategies to mitigate them.

·         Evaluate strategic, financial, operational, and regulatory risks.

·         Conduct thorough research and analysis to identify potential risks and opportunities.

·         Monitor and track risk exposures and support the Function in providing regular reports.

·         Implement risk management policies, procedures, and tools as per Group Policies.

·         Support in performing Check & Challenge across the Greenval control environment, inclusive of areas such as Finance, Actuarial, Claims, Underwriting, Third Party Risk Management, Business Continuity, and ICT, Conduct etc. 

·         Participate in the internal control program testing (Second Line of Defence controls / investigations) to meet all internal company and BNP Paribas Group requirements along with regulatory requirements.

·         On selected processes, perform audits and independent testing.

·         Support as necessary the Internal Control Committees.

·         Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure risk management is integrated into operations.

·         Stay up to date on industry trends and regulatory requirements related to risk management.

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

·         Third level qualification in Finance, Risk Management, Economics, or related field

·         Accountancy qualification with minimum of 1-2 years’ experience

·         Strong analytical and critical thinking skills

·         Knowledge of risk assessment and mitigation techniques

·         Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

·         Ability to work effectively in a team environment

·         Attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks effectively

Insurance/reinsurance experience is desirable. Greenval operates in a growing and dynamic environment and has a particular emphasis on innovation and continuous improvement. We have a collaborative and supportive culture and are committed to professional development and growth opportunities.

Why Work with Us?

Ø  We are the bank for a changing world and aim to build positive change together with our employees. 

Ø  We are a team of passionate people who genuinely care about what we do and the impact our work delivers to our clients. We operate in a highly collaborative, open-minded environment that embraces innovation and creativity. 

Ø  Our remuneration and benefits packages are generous, with competitive salaries, a discretionary bonus scheme, company pension contribution, comprehensive private healthcare packages and numerous other benefits.

Ø  We have a genuine commitment to work-life balance throughout the whole organisation. We are also committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and actively promote equal opportunities. 

Ø  Development and mobility is actively encouraged. We are a learning company – there is real opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills, experience and career path. 

Ø  We are a global company operating in over 60 countries with over 190,000 employees from over 150 nationalities. In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Greenval, Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S).

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made

Job Title

Auditor

Business Unit

Corporate and Institutional Banking, Securities Services, International Financial Services and Domestic Markets

Contract Type

Permanent Contract

Location

Sandyford, Dublin

 About BNP Paribas:

At BNP Paribas, we center our values on what drives the company forward. Our driving forces are Agility, Client Satisfaction, Compliance Culture and Openness.

Ø  Agility: we want to behave more simply to embrace useful innovation and digital transformation.

Ø  Client Satisfaction: we believe that our success lies in being the customers’ and clients’ preferred choice. We seek to listen carefully to them and work closely with them.

Ø  Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.

Ø  Openness: We promote open-minded attitudes towards our stakeholders. We aim for everyone in Group to feel included, to have their say and be empowered. 

Our strengths are based off four key areas of Stability, Expertise, Responsibility and Good Place to Work.

Ø  Stability: we build upon our solid, long-term oriented management, our diversified and integrated business model and our international footprint.

Ø  Expertise: We build upon our recognized and expanding knowledge of our teams.

Ø  Responsibility: We build upon our culture of responsibility and integrity to ever better serve the interest of our customers.

Ø  Good Place to Work: We foster a stimulating workplace where people are treated fairly and with respect.

Role:

Inspection Générale:

Inspection Générale of BNP Paribas is an Integrated Function, international, independent and in charge of the Internal Audit Third line of defense of the Group, Inspection Générale carries out the function of internal audit in France and abroad according to a pluriannual plan, which covers all banking activities Its objectives are to ensure the quality of risk control, the respect of regulatory requirements and the effectiveness of governance management Inspection Générale supports Group strategy and its transformation

As an Auditor within Inspection Générale, you will take part in various audit assignments covering different themes and various topics for a dedicated scope (business line and/or geographical hub). You will therefore reinforce your knowledge and skills related to the audited scope. You will work on preparation, investigations, analysis and recommendations design. You will also participate in reporting sessions to the management of audited entities

Hub Paris CIB, Ireland and MEA:

You will operate as a member of a highly qualified Audit Hub of approximately 40 auditors. The Hub Paris CIB, Ireland and MEA remit is to provide audit services to the Businesses, Operations and Functions in France, Ireland, Middle-East and South Africa in close liaison with Senior Management and Head Office entities. The main focus is to help the organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes. 

As a member of the Ireland Audit team, you will be based in Dublin have responsibility for undertaking audit reviews across all the activities in the territory:

•           CIB, including BP2S

•           Investment & Protection Services (Cardif, Real Estate)

•           Commercial, Personal Banking & Services (Arval/ Greenval)

•           Integrated Functions (Finance, Compliance, Legal, Risk).

To complement the existing skillset within the team by means of contributing product knowledge grounded in practical business experience. The auditor will play an active role in the Hub Paris CIB, Ireland and MEA, participating to risk-based audit assignments, communicate and manage auditee relationships and produce high quality audit deliverables.

Key Responsibilities:

Participation to audit assignment:

·       Organize tasks (audit approach, respect deadlines, and team organization (for Seniors)

·       Identify issues and challenges of the entrusted subjects

·       Deliver high quality written submissions (diagnosis notes, investigation memos, WUM, synthesis note, final report)

·       Put forward findings and recommendations adapted to observed issues

·       Ensure the respect of data protection and security rules

·       Ensure the quality of the audit trail

Qualifications & Experience required for this role:

Experience

·    In depth product knowledge related to Corporate Investment Banking or Security Services / Fund administration is a plus.

·       Past experience from an audit/ consultancy department, corporate credit risk department organisation, quality assurance, project management, or credit risk department is an advantage.

Behavioural skills

·       Ability to collaborate / teamwork

·       Communication skills -oral & written

·       Adaptability

·       Organizational skills

·       Ability to synthetize/simplify

·       Attention to detail/rigour

Transversal skills

·       Analytical Ability

·       Ability to develop and leverage networks

Business skills

·       BNPP Organization knowledge

·       Risk Analysis

·       Internal Audit knowledge

·       Structure and conduct an Internal audit

·       Audit trail/Steering

·       Audit planning

·       Control

Why Work with Us?

Ø  We are the bank for a changing world and aim to build positive change together with our employees. 

Ø  We are a team of passionate people who genuinely care about what we do and the impact our work delivers to our clients. We operate in a highly collaborative, open-minded environment that embraces innovation and creativity. 

Ø  Our remuneration and benefits packages are generous, with competitive salaries, a discretionary bonus scheme, company pension contribution, comprehensive private healthcare packages, and numerous other benefits.

Ø  We have a genuine commitment to work-life balance throughout the whole organisation. We are also committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and actively promote equal opportunities. 

Ø  Development and mobility is actively encouraged. We are a learning company – there is real opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills, experience and career path.

Ø  We are a global company operating in over 60 countries with over 190,000 employees from over 150 nationalities. In Ireland we have approximately 500 employees across Dublin and Galway working in Corporate Institutional Banking (CIB) and BNP Paribas Security Services (BP2S) and Greenval.

Compliance Culture: We believe in promoting clear rules to foster a strong culture of compliance and ethics.  We would expect any incoming member of staff to respect all financial security related legislation, including: anti-money laundering (AML); countering the financing of terrorism (CFT); international financial sanctions and embargoes (IFS); anti-bribery and corruption (ABC); KYC; ongoing client related data screening; and transaction monitoring.  BNP Paribas have clear policies on these topics which all staff are expected to familiarise themselves with upon successful entry to the Group.

Equality and Diversity 

BNP Paribas is an equal opportunities employer and proudly cultivates a diverse workforce. We believe that diversity of experience enhances our service offering to clients and leads to a better working environment. We encourage applications from the best candidates regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, parental and caring status, or religious belief.

By submitting your application, you agree to BNP Paribas completing a background check and screening in advance of any potential offer being made