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Capital Markets, Regulatory Management Analyst Fall 2024 Co-op (8-Months)

Posted 15 May 2024

Capital Markets, Regulatory Management Analyst Fall 2024 Co-op (8-Months) at CIBC

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Experience: Entry-Level
Education Required: Enrolled in a post-secondary degree in Business, Commerce, Mathematics, Economics or related at the time of the work term, with a graduation date of August 2025 or later.
Salary Range: Not Specified

Close date: 31 May 2024

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We’re building a relationship-oriented bank for the modern world. We need talented, passionate professionals who are dedicated to doing what’s right for our clients.

At CIBC, we embrace your strengths and your ambitions, so you are empowered at work. Our team members have what they need to make a meaningful impact and are truly valued for who they are and what they contribute.

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Position Description

What you’ll be doing

The goal of CIBC’s Capital Markets business is to be the premier client-focused Capital Markets based in Canada. To deliver on this, the capital markets arm of CIBC provides a wide range of credit, capital markets, investment banking, merchant banking and research products and services to government, institutional, corporate and retail clients in Canada and in key markets around the world.

As Co-op Analyst for Regulatory Management, you will be reporting to the Director, Capital Markets Regulatory Trade Reporting Group, and will be accountable for the implementation of global regulatory trade reporting projects/initiatives.

At CIBC we enable the work environment most optimal for you to thrive in your role. Details on your work arrangement (proportion of on-site and remote work) will be discussed at the time of your interview.

How you’ll succeed

  • Implementation & Regulatory Trade Reporting - Be responsible for supporting implementation plans based on the interpretation of the regulatory trade reporting requirements, working closely with Technology for the system. You will help to define business requirements and test cases, including the review, approval and supporting end-end execution of test cases. As you work with key stakeholders you will assist in the design and implementation to ensure reporting accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of internal procedures and controls for trade reporting.
  • Compliance - Work closely with partner groups regarding trade data quality and trade reporting inquiries. You will strive to create efficiencies across the teams. As a CIBC employee you must comply with all the applicable CIBC and Line of Business policies, standards, guidelines and controls.
  • Relationship Management - Manage relationships with internal stakeholders (Technology, Compliance, Operations and Client Data Management, FO/Trade Control) to operationalize regulatory reporting processes. As the liaison between Business, Technology, Compliance, Regulatory Reporting Operations and other stakeholders you will help drive delivery of trade regulatory reporting projects. You will be an active participant in trade regulatory project meetings, and as required provide status and issue reports to Senior Management. You will liaise on a regular basis with individuals in the various Lines of Business, at various levels, to gather and validate information, document and test controls, along with monitoring and tracking government & control program activities.

Required Skill / Experience

Who you are

  • You are enrolled in a post-secondary degree in Business, Commerce, Mathematics, Economics or related at the time of the work term, with a graduation date of August 2025 or later.
  • You have the technical knowledge. You have intermediate Excel knowledge, specifically for reconciling datasets from different sources.
  • You are a strong communicator. You have strong communication skills as required when dealing with the back office, investigations officers, traders, marketers and middle office with regards to trade bookings and amendments.
  • You are a problem solver. Your solid problem solving, analytical thinking and ability to use initiative while responding to non-routine queries.
  • You are passionate about people. You know that teamwork can transform a good idea into a great one. You have strong interpersonal skills, including good teamwork and relationship building.
  • You know the details matter. You notice things that others don't. Your critical thinking skills help to inform your decision making.
  • You are curious and open to learning and relearning. You continuously evolve your thinking and the way you work in order to deliver your best. You have a positive attitude and able to apply knowledge to real-life situations.
  • You maintain Compliance with all CIBC regulatory training. You will be ensuring these programs and policies are applied consistently across the business. You will be personally responsible for compliance with all such regulatory and governance programs.
  • Values matter to you. You bring your real self to work, and you live our values – trust, teamwork and accountability.


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