Senior Manager, External Financial Reporting

THE COMPANY
E TRADE is a leading financial services company and a pioneer in the online brokerage industry. Having executed the first-ever electronic trade by an individual investor more than 30 years ago, the company has long been at the forefront of the digital revolution, offering easy-to-use solutions for individual investors and stock participants. Founded on the principle of innovation and determined to level the playing field for individual investors, E TRADE delivers digital platforms, tools, and professional assistance to help investors and traders meet their near-and long-term investing goals. The Company provides these services both online and through its network of customer service representatives and financial consultants - over the phone at two national branches and in-person at 30 E TRADE branches.
The Senior Manager, External Financial Reporting is responsible for the day-to-day management and review of significant portions of the quarterly financial reporting filings with the Federal Reserve and OCC ('Bank Regulatory Reports'). This position reports to the Head of Bank Regulatory Reporting and is responsible for ensuring that the reporting is completed in accordance with GAAP and Regulatory Accounting Principles (RAP), including applicable federal banking rules, regulations, instructions and supervisory guidance. This position will potentially manage up to three team members.
Manage significant portions of the Bank Regulatory Reporting process, including the timely and accurate filing of the FR Y-8, FR Y-9C, FR Y-9LP, Call Reports and the annual FDIC Part 363 filing, ensuring compliance consistent with the Company's control environment.
Drive initiatives for improvement and automation of current reporting processes as well as special projects.
Monitor external changes to GAAP and RAP as well as internal changes from business transactions that impact regulatory reporting and execute the regulatory change management procedures, including managing and executing the implementation of new financial reporting requirements.
Review the regulatory capital ratios in accordance with regulatory requirements and present the results to senior management.
Maintain the documentation for regulatory reporting governance to ensure SOX and regulatory compliance, including regulatory reporting policy, general procedures, business rules and other procedural documentation.
Support the Head of Bank Regulatory Reporting in responding to internal requests and external requests from the regulators, including drafting responses to regulator comments.
Coach and mentor team members and encourage collaboration and innovation within the financial reporting department.
External Financial Reporting management experience
7 to 10 years relevant experience
Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance and/or Economics
Certified Public Accountant preferred
Financial services experience preferred
Strong project management skills
Self-motivated Strong attention to detail Demonstrates sense of ownership and accountability for work
Strong written, communication, and presentation skills, including the ability to influence senior subject matter experts
Teamwork and collaboration-orientated

We offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Please visit https://etradecareers.com/why-work-at-etrade/employee-benefits to learn more about the opportunities.
E TRADE Financial is an Equal Opportunity Employer who encourages diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Category: Accounting
Location: Arlington, VA
Job ID: IRC127236
Posted Date: November 15, 2016 e852d163e37d44ff87aeba77d294a7df

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