We are a leading independent global asset manager, dedicated to delivering the best outcomes for our clients through a highly diversified range of actively-managed products. We are truly global, supporting our individual and institutional investors across a range of products, encompassing equities, fixed income, multi-asset and alternatives. Our high-energy and collaborative culture at Janus Henderson helps our client achieve their goals and ensures that our people love the place they work.Our culture is the foundation for how we interact with clients and one another as part of our unique, people-focused work environment. We support a flexible hybrid working model that allows teams to build a strong and positive culture by inspiring innovation and increasing collaboration. Currently our hybrid working model allows employees to work 2 or more days in office and the remaining time remotely. Employees and Managers will discuss and determine what schedule works best for them and the team, with additional flexibility available based on the role, business needs, and individual circumstances.
JHI Workplace Practices is subject to change as the future of work within our organization evolves.The department Accounting & Treasury is comprised of more than 60 people in three key locations: Denver, London and Singapore. The London Accounting team of around 30 people oversee accuracy and completeness of all books and records for our UK and European entities. This team is also responsible for the Group’s AP and AR processes, as well as financial/regulatory reporting and cash management functions. Overview of the roleReporting to the Senior Private Equity and UK Capital Adequacy Manager this role will be within the capital reporting team which is part of Accounting & Treasury, based in London. The team is responsible for managing and reporting capital to the regulators in the UK, Luxembourg, Jersey and other EEA countries when necessary.The role works with many other people across the Finance function including Operational finance, legal entity controllers, external reporting and FP&A. It also interacts with the Janus Henderson risk team and the Finance team in Denver.The role will be responsible for the capital calculations for our corporate entities so understanding the P&L and balance sheets driving these is important. It will also include preparation of management accounts which are circulated to the regulated entity Boards and for supporting our monthly balance sheet dashboard.The role will also include participation in our ICARA forum and Regulatory Developments Committee.The role continuously monitors new rule developments and other ongoing changes to the prudential regulatory capital landscape. It covers a wide range prudential interpretation, including capital requirements, capital resources, and liquidity. It has interaction with other functions such as Operational Risk and FP&A both during the ICARA process and to lead on strategic decisions such as dividends to be paid from our regulated entities. There is scope for involvement in process improvement projects and financial statements which gives opportunity to take on wider responsibilities in Accounting & Treasury and the wider Finance function.Duties and responsibilitiesIn this role, you will: Regulatory CalculationsCalculate the monthly consolidated regulatory capital under the applicable FCA rulebooksReview monthly solo entity regulatory capital calculations for our UK, Luxembourg and Jersey entitiesCalculate the regulatory fee data returns for the UK regulated entities as prescribed by the FCA Handbook, and monitoring the impact of proposed changes noted in consultation papersCalculation of the fixed overhead requirement and K-FactorsProactively assess processes and controls for improvements and to harvest efficienciesInternal reportingPrepare the capital and liquidity metrics to be included on monthly dashboard distributed to management – including ongoing review of suitability of contentPrepare quarterly management accounts to regulated UK & European BoardsExternal reportingManage the quarterly FCA capital return process for the FCA supervised firmsReview of subsidiary statutory accounts from technical and regulatory viewpointICARALead the Accounting and Treasury input on the ICARA review document and any relevant SREP questionsArticulate the capital requirements of the Group within the ICARA review document including liaising with Operational Risk, FP&A and preparing papers for the UK regulatory Group Risk CommitteeRegulatory policyIdentify regulatory developments that may affect the capital requirements of the solo firms and the Group and reporting findings to the Janus Henderson Regulatory Developments CommitteeProduce/review regulatory opinions on corporate transactions/re-organisation to ensure compliance with regulatory policiesProvide technical support, training and guidance to the Accounting and Treasury team, management and directorsSupervisory responsibilitiesNoTechnical skills and qualificationsA qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) with post qualification experience in financial reporting, regulatory reporting or financial controlExperience working in the investment management industry preferred but not essential Regulatory reporting experience with a working knowledge of the FCA MIFIDPRU and IPRU(INV) handbooks is preferred but not essentialExperience of working in a global organizationStrong excel skillsProficiency with SAP BPC and BAO will be beneficialCompetencies requiredIn addition to putting clients first, acting like an owner, and succeeding as a team, the competencies for this role include: Excellent attention to detail and results driven approachAbility to get up to speed quicklyEnthusiasm to take time to understand the area and its requirementsAbility to take a step back and review and challengeAbility to meet deadlines, for example at month and year endGood interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively and work with the team, especially important given the regular interaction with various departmentsAbility to analyse data and provide relevant financial insightOngoing competence in the role to be assessed, in line with applicable regulatory requirements, by:Annual performance appraisalCompletion of all assigned compliance trainingCompliance requirements At a minimum the role will require you to: Place the interest of Janus Henderson’s Clients first, act in accordance with TCF (Treating Customers Fairly) principlesUnderstand and follow laws and regulations applicable for your role, seeking the help of your supervising manager or Compliance if additional guidance is required Understand and abide by all Janus Henderson policies applicable to your role, and seek support/guidance of the policy owner guidance when required You are ultimately accountable for your actions and responsible for seeking further information on any or all of the above as necessary. Janus Henderson (including its subsidiaries) will not maintain existing or sponsor new industry registrations or licenses where not supported by an employee’s job functions (as determined by Janus Henderson at its sole discretion).All applicants must be willing to comply with the provisions of Janus Henderson Investment Advisory Code of Ethics related to personal securities activities and other disclosure and certification requirements, including past political contributions and political activities. Applicants’ past political contributions or activity may impact applicants’ eligibility for this position. Janus Henderson is an equal opportunity /Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. All applications are subject to background checks.Requisition ID27340- Posted07/07/2022-London-Janus Henderson-