Our finance teams across the business ensure robust financial control and an external reporting framework that gives clarity to the market on our overall financial performance. It is crucial that our finance teams work closely with the business and all reporting is transparent and appropriately governed. As the regulatory landscape continues to change, Bank of Ireland will have opportunities for suitable, qualified finance and accounting specialists.
|Graduate Regulatory Finance Analyst||Dublin||Dublin||Ireland||Dublin, Ireland||Finance and Accounting||Background on role: Regulatory Reporting Controls & Operations (RRCO) is responsible for Statistical, Liquidity and Capital related regulatory reporting for all licensed business units across the BoI Group. The Liquidity Reporting team, within...|
|Director of Finance Services||Dublin||Dublin||Ireland||Dublin, Ireland||Finance and Accounting||The primary high level objectives of the role are: People Leadership. Providing high impact motivational leadership to the FS team, holding people to account to Drive Group Performance in support of our Finance Priorities/Ambition. To ensure the...|
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