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TIAA’s Corporate Controller group is looking for a Senior Regulatory Reporting Analyst for the Regulatory Reporting team. The Regulatory Reporting team is responsible for regulatory and analytical reporting for the Company’s general and separate accounts. This role is responsible for assisting with the monthly general ledger close process and preparation and annual regulatory reporting for separate accounts.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
• Responsible for preparation of annual statutory filing for green books for TIAA and TC Life including investment schedules and exhibits.
• Assist in the preparation of complete and accurate monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements including preparation of journal entries, account reconciliations, work papers and schedules
• Preparation of quarterly and annual financial statement footnote for separate account.
• Detailed oriented ability to shift priorities as need and successfully manage through critical deadlines.
• Develop monthly and quarterly income statement and balance sheet trend analysis reports used to complete the income and balance sheet fluctuation analysis
• Work with Eagle (WINGS) Statutory Financial Statement software. Complete data entry for the various statement pages including write-ins, insets and footnotes. Run validations and research differences.
• Reconcile monthly financial statements, management & miscellaneous PeopleSoft nVision reports. Utilize Microsoft Excel to assist in the reconciliation of reports. Identify issues to be researched and resolved.
• Comply with and maintain evidence for all control procedures.
• Participate in identifying processes and procedures that can be improved, streamlined, and standardized
• Assist with special projects as needed. Provide support in implementing changes to improve processes and procedures.
This role directly affects the Regulatory Reporting team and potentially the larger Controller Group and F&A.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills are needed to identify and rectify differences.
Previous experience working in the insurance industry, financial services industry is a plus. Statutory experience is a plus, including knowledge of the Green Book and Blue Book filings. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, PeopleSoft, Eagle Wings, and Statutory Accounting Principles is preferred.
Interactions / Interpersonal Skills:
Interpersonal skills are critical in this role. The ideal candidate must be able to build relationships not only within the department, but with other business partners as well. This position requires constant interaction with the Regulatory Reporting team, various F&A teams, and other departments within TIAA.
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