EBA CLEARING is a provider of pan-European payment infrastructure solutions. Founded in 1998, the Company is owned by 51 of the major banks operating in Europe and based on a country-neutral governance model. The payment systems of EBA CLEARING are pan-European by design and desire: they are developed in close co-operation with the Company’s multinational user community and best-of-breed technology partners.
EBA CLEARING manages and operates the payment services EURO1, STEP1, STEP2 and RT1. Both EURO1 and STEP2 have been classified as systemically important payment systems (SIPS) by the European Central Bank. The pan-European real-time payment platform RT1 went live in November 2017 and processes euro instant payments complying with the European Payments Council’s SEPA Instant Credit Transfer Scheme.
The Business Analyst in the Regulatory and Oversight Affairs team supports the Company’s compliance with regulatory/oversight requirements, with a focus on economically driven, risk and operational requirements.
The responsibility includes supporting the Regulatory and Oversight Affairs team in ensuring the overall effectiveness of EBA CLEARING’s procedures, processes and frameworks as per applicable oversight standards, and in managing the span of subject matters that are relevant for compliance with oversight requirements, recommendations and guidance.
This role requires efficient and constructive interaction with internal and external stakeholders, especially with the Services and Operations teams within the Company. It requires effectively assisting with the preparation and maintenance of (i) reporting frameworks, including the underlying data analysis, (ii) self-assessments on compliance with oversight requirements, and (iii) the underlying source documentation at the Company.
Before applying for this position, which will be based in Brussels, please ensure that you are authorised to work in the European Union.
Please note that only complete applications will be accepted and considered. Complete applications must include: a curriculum vitae and a motivation letter (both in English). At this initial stage of the application process, please do not send us any supporting documents (e.g. work certificates or diplomas).
Start and end dates of all previous positions and whether they were full-time or part-time positions should be indicated in the curriculum vitae. The CV should contain details of any professional experience and studies as well as of any relevant trainings or research work.
If an application is retained for any interview rounds, the candidate should be prepared to submit documents supporting the information provided in the CV. Documents may include work certificates or recommendation letters, which should indicate the duration and nature of experience. Freelance or self-employed candidates should provide either a copy of the entry in the relevant trade register or any official document (for example a tax revenue) showing the length of the relevant work experience.
Alternatively, candidates may provide individual contacts for professional references in relation to their previous work or study experiences. Candidates should also be ready to provide 1-2 of these contacts upon request, i.e. in addition to any work certificates or letters of recommendation submitted to EBA CLEARING.
The address indicated in the curriculum vitae will be used as the location from which a candidate invited to a face-to-face interview will travel.
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