Bank of America Senior Financial Analyst - Fin Bus Support in Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

The Financial & Regulatory Reporting Controls - Program Governance Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for assisting with governance and oversight of enterprise-wide internal control programs over SOX and Regulatory Reporting to mitigate the risk of material omissions, errors or weaknesses in internal controls. This includes assisting with:

  • Research and maintenance of enterprise-wide program requirements for internal control over SOX and Regulatory Reporting (Policies, Standards and Guidelines) including:the assessment of materiality; scoping and application of materiality to determine in-scope areas; requirements for the internal control inventories and risk assessments; and the process for evaluating internal control findings for proper escalation and reporting.

  • Training and support for business partners on requirements

  • Monitoring adherence to requirements

  • Assessing and documenting internal control weaknesses for SOX and Regulatory Reporting

  • Preparing executive and board level materials on program status and finding

The position reports directly to Financial & Regulatory Reporting Controls - Program Governance Manager in the Financial Control Oversight (FCO) organization.

About the Financial & Regulatory Reporting Controls - Program Governance

The Financial & Regulatory Reporting Controls - Program Governance team is responsible for:

  • Developing and maintaining enterprise-wide policies, procedures, standards and training for SOX Compliance and Internal Control requirements for US Federal Reserve Bank filing for Capital & Stress Testing (FR Y-14 A/Q/M reports) in support of CFO Attestation.

  • Deploying consistent guidelines for assessment of materiality; applying materiality to regulatory reports to determine in-scope areas; performing risk assessments and gap analysis with partners and prioritizing gap closure; consulting and advising senior management on execution of regulatory reporting within the internal control framework; evaluation of internal control findings and data errors or omissions for proper escalation and reporting, etc.

  • Driving compliance to requirements and continuous process improvement by influencing and partnering with enterprise wide partners and executives including Global Financial Control, Centralized Regulatory Reporting, Enterprise Stress Testing, Enterprise Data Management, Balance Sheet Capital Management, Corporate Audit, Finance, Compliance, Operational Risk and others.

  • Supporting other teams within FCO by providing subject matter expertise on internal controls, resources and leadership to ensure other FCO mandates are accomplished to a high standard.

  • Attracting, developing and retaining a high performing, highly motivated team of internal control professionals

  • Developing and presenting materials on the status and results of the program to senior executives across the company including councils and committees charged with oversight responsibilities.


Required Skills

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent (Accounting and/or Finance strongly preferred)

  • 3+ years of relevant audit, risk or compliance control experience, specifically in areas of accounting, finance, regulatory reporting or SOX internal controls.

  • Strong relationship management skills.

  • Proven ability to manage multiple and often competing priorities.

  • Strong executor that is able to drive progress on priorities and issues.

  • Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner.

Desired Skills

  • Graduate degree and CPA designation

  • Strong MS PowerPoint skill

Posting Date : 05/17/2018

Location :


  • United States

Travel : Yes, 5% of the time

Full / Part-time : Full time

Hours Per Week : 40

Shift : 1st shift

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