Financial Analyst, MexicoApply Location Mexico City Requisition Number R-88832
Regulated Financial Information Analyst
Purpose of the job
To closely monitor the correct registration of accounting processes by coordinating and deliver of financial information to our regulatory authorities, as well as ensuring compliance with all regulatory financial reporting guidelines established by Mexico’s National Insurance and Finance Commission (Comisión Nacional de Seguros y Fianzas, CNSF) and other local authorities.
To coordinate deliveries and follow up of internal and external audits.
Main responsibilities of this job
Guaranteeing the quality of the information reported, should comply with the high level obligations, design and adopt measures that are best suited to particular nature and circumstances business on insurance and services entitie
Leading internal and external financial audit processes.
Coordinating the correct control and file follow up of accounting policies with the Finance Department,
Complying with all the regulatory processes established by the CNSF, SAT, Economy, etc.
Preparation of financial statements on national newspaper and reporting to the Board of Directors.
Working directly in the implementation of the company’s new businesses reflecting the flow of premiums, claims, expenses and their reinsurance impact.
Responsible for the preparation of monthly RR7, RMIF and FOPAS.
Responsible for financial reports and their delivery via the Electronic Information Delivery System (Sistema de Entrega de Información Vía Electrónica, SEIVE).
Inter-department follow up and assistance in the performance of internal and external audits (PWC, CNSF, etc.)
Basic conditions required: experience, skills and knowledge
University graduate (Degree in Accounting).
Solvency and insurance accounting.
1-3 years of experience in insurance industry.
Knowledge about regulated entities and non regulated entities.
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