Responsible for internal and external financial reporting of the Bank and the consolidated Company.
- Motivate, train, supervise and evaluate staff
- Oversee the preparation and review of the monthly and quarterly consolidation process of financial statements and ensure compliance with U.S generally accepted accounting principles
- Oversee and review the preparation of financial reports for SEC filings, including Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K
- Supervise and review the production of all Federal Reserve Reports for the Company and its affiliates
- Supervise and review the production of the Bank FFIEC call report and other bank compliance reports, including risk-based capital calculations
- Monitor SEC and regulatory rules to ensure compliance and modify accounting and reporting practices, as needed
- Oversee the accounting and reporting for the Company’s acquired loans, including management reporting, loss share reporting, and periodic re-valuations
- Monitor accounting developments and analyze the impact on the Company’s financial statements
- Prepare technical accounting memos and policies
- Manage loan portfolio “stress-testing” analytics and reporting
- Direct the preparation of various accounting analytics, including quarterly loan impairment analyses, intangibles valuations, mortgage servicing rights, etc.
The position responsibilities outlined above are in no way to be construed as all encompassing. Other duties, responsibilities and qualifications may be required and/or assigned as necessary.
- Bachelors degree in Accounting or Finance
- CPA required
- 5-10 years financial statement preparation and accounting experience in financial institution, or equivalent public accounting experience
- Experience in SEC and financial institution regulatory reporting
- Experience in motivating and leading a team
- Advanced PC skills with Microsoft Office (Excel, Access and Word) and general understanding of software and automated accounting systems
- Excellent written/oral communication skills
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