The principal role of the Global Regulatory Shareholding Reporting (“GRSR”) function is to monitor the Credit Suisse Group's ('CSG') shareholdings in issuers/ or securities and to prepare/submit disclosures in an accurate and timely manner in accordance with local disclosure requirements.
As a member of the Regulatory Shareholding Reporting («RSR») EMEA Management Team, you will take over the following responsibilities:
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- Leading the Regulatory Shareholding Disclosure Team Zürich and taking over responsibility for the disclosure of Credit Suisse Group’s (“CSG”) shareholdings in all relevant issuers in fulfillment of Large Shareholding, Short-Selling, Takeover Panel and Disclosure of Interest Reporting requirements within region EMEA (ex UK, IR, FR)
- Project Lead Switzerland, responsible to coordinate accurate and timely delivery as well as implementation of IT related changes relevant for area of responsibility, incl. close collaboration with other RSR regions, Global Project Lead as well as key stakeholders on business and IT side.
- The function owns further related mandates such as position checks regarding Conflicts, ad-hoc Disclosure of Interest requests from issuers and/or agents, Research Holdings Reports etc.
You will be part of a high-performance team working closely with different RSR teams across the globe as well as in a cross-functional, cross-divisional environment. The GRSR function covers globally the mandates Large Shareholder- (incl. US 13F, Article of Association and Sensitive Industries), Short Selling/Positions & Takeover Panel Reporting requirements. With a geographic footprint in the Americas, EMEA, Switzerland and APAC, the RSR function executes its mandate on a Bank-wide basis. We are a department, which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizing the firm’s D&I ambition, which is an integral part of our global cultural values.