Requisition ID: 80871
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The Portfolio Reporting Analyst, Anti-Money Laundering Governance & Planning Office (AML GPO), supports the reporting and decision-making framework that aligns investments to Financial Crimes unit objectives. Provides support and guidance to help manage and enhance governance and delivery of the Global Financial Crimes transformation and remediation projects. The role creates accurate and well-designed reports that provide executive-level insights to the project portfolio, supporting Executive stakeholders in the delivery of value in multi-year business transformation programs.
The Portfolio Reporting Analyst candidate will apply their leadership, executive-level reporting capabilities, and experience and knowledge of portfolio, program and project management and governance to support oversight of the Financial Crimes Portfolio.
Manage the creation and continuous improvement of reports for various management committees and executives, including and up to the Board
Maintain the Program RAID Log
Maintain documentation for the Program Plan, Milestones, Critical Path and Deliverables
Contribute to portfolio intake, funding and approval, status monitoring and reporting, risk identification and escalation, change control and closure and value assurance/sustainment
Contribute to the identification, documentation, assessment and monitoring of program-level dependencies, risks and issues, providing recommendations and documenting decisions
Contribute to deep dives into workstream issues to drive resolution with AML delivery groups, business and IT stakeholders
Ensure timely and consistent financial management and program reporting as per established standards
Build and sustain relationships with business partners and employees to enable continuously improved business performance
5-8 years of working experience in creating, managing and improving portfolio-level reporting on large technology programs
Minimum education level of a University Degree, or equivalent relevant experience
Previous AML / Regulatory / Compliance experience not required but an asset
Exposure to complex stakeholder management across highly matrixed organizations
Proficiency with advanced portfolio and financial reporting software tools including Clarity’s CA-PPM, Power BI, Tableau and SmartStream. MS Project proficiency, strong MS Excel skills for data capture and analysis, good MS PowerPoint skills for leadership communication
Strong content creation and presentation skills, to clearly capture, shape, and convey messages to an executive audience
Demonstrated experience and success in managing executive-level reporting for complex projects with multiple committees and governance structures
Location(s): Canada : Ontario : Toronto
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