At QBE, were driven by our purpose to givepeople the confidence to achieve their ambitions.
We are an international insurer and reinsurer offering a diverse portfolio of commercial, personal and specialty products, as well as risk management solutions. Our product portfolio includes property, motor, crop, energy, marine and aviation. We employee a team of more than 11,800 people, in 27 countries around the world.
As the Group Regulatory Lead you will Prepare the Groups regulatory reporting (APRA, IAIS and ABS) and environmental metric reporting (GRI). Responsible for developing, maintaining and improving the processes and systems to meet those requirements.
Responsible for completion and submission of the Groups regulatory returns, including ownership of the timing and delivery of work by the Groups external auditors, reviewers and consultants.
Work closely with divisional and group teams including financial planning & analysis, risk, regulatory, comms, actuarial and treasury to collect and consolidate information and to produce, analyse, report and communicate it in a clear and digestible form.
Proactively identifies, promotes and implements improvements to the regulatory and sustainability reporting processes to ensure QBE has effective and streamlined regulatory processes and a level of continuous improvement
Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure that appropriate solutions are in place to meet regulatory and environmental reporting needs.
Liaise with contacts in Group and divisional teams to ensure we receive timely and accurate information to enable us to complete our processes in a timely manner.
Deliver timely and accurate reporting to management, shareholders and regulators to meet QBEs reporting obligations and stakeholder expectations.
Ensure that the Groups capital requirements as evidenced by the ICAAP statement are understood and monitored on an ongoing basis, with variances communicated on a timely basis to stakeholders.
Support Group Treasury, Group Strategic Decision Support and Group Regulatory/Risk teams in projecting capital and regulatory capital management initiatives.
Your story so far
Strong financial accounting background (CA/CPA or equivalent) with demonstrated continuous professional development in line with the requirements of own professional accounting body.
Excellent technical accounting skills including a sound understanding of Australian and International reporting standards.
A solid understanding of:
APRA capital standards general insurance
GRI environmental reporting standards
An awareness of events (financial, economic and industry related) outside QBE in order to add greater value to the regulatory reporting process.
Proven ability in managing reporting systems, including the extraction of relevant data and building financial models to report accurate results.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving capabilities and an ability to work systematically through complex matters.
Self-motivated and ability to work towards positive outcomes with minimum guidance
Strong skills in excel, word, powerpoint and the ability to quickly become highly efficient in the use of new systems.
We are here to support you
We are proud to have been Voted #5 in the 2019 Top 20 Australian Workplaces for New Dads (HBF Direct Advice for Dads) and we achieved Gold Employer status in both the 2019 and 2020 Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI). We offer a range of benefits to help provide holistic support for your work life, whatever your circumstance.