Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Philippines, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.
About Financial Control Oversight
The Chief Operating Office (COO) of Deutsche Bank works closely with the business divisions and infrastructure functions to execute the Bank’s strategy.
With a focus on standardizing and integrating platforms, improving service delivery and efficiency, and fostering innovation, COO aims to support the Bank in operating with the right balance of quality, flexibility, control and cost.
Finance Control Oversight Divisional Risk and Control Associate
The role of Divisional Risk and Control Associate is critical in the delivery of the Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) Framework Book of Work, specifically on the SOX controls data administration, failures analysis and test results reporting to Global Finance Stakeholders and Principal Control Processes (PCP) Owners.
This role, likewise, provides Financial Control Oversight (FCO) support to Manila Finance groups (such as Accounting Close, CRDU, GIU and Treasury), in terms of risk assessment, incident reporting and Audit and Self-
Identified Finding (SIF) monitoring.
In this capacity you will be responsible for the review and administration of SOX relevant controls through coordination with FCO partners and stakeholders to ensure the accuracy and completeness of controls documentation in the system.
You will perform assessment of SOX test results to identify risk issues, or control gaps and link these with global risk areas, as well as assess financial reporting and regulatory risks in Manila Finance for appropriate escalation and reporting.
You will also monitor and handle management discussions and updates on local DBG Manila Audit activities, as well as manage change projects to deliver on process improvements and efficiencies.
For this requirement, you will need to have a degree in either Business or Finance, and preferably be a CPA holder. You will also need to have relevant work experience in risk and regulatory reporting, managing projects and possess knowledge in Financial Markets and Financial Reporting.
In return, Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded.
Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
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