For more than 40 years, East West Bank has served as a pathway to success. With over 125 locations across the U.S. and Greater China, we are the premier financial bridge between the East and West. Our teams of experienced, multi – cultural professionals help guide businesses and community members on both sides of the Pacific looking to explore new markets and create new opportunities, and our sustained growth and expertise in industries like real estate, entertainment and media, private equity and venture capital, and high-tech help build sustainable businesses and expand our employees’ potential for career advancement.
Headquartered in California, East West Bank (Nasdaq: EWBC) is a top performing commercial bank with an exclusive focus on the U.S. and Greater China markets. With assets of $44.2 billion, we’ve ranked among the 30 largest banks in the United States. And since 2010, we have been recognized by Forbes as one of the top 15 best banks in America. With a strong foundation, and enterprising spirit and a commitment to absolute integrity, East West Bank gives people the confidence to reach further.
East West Bank is seeking a Financial Analyst.
Preparation of various banking regulatory reports, including the quarterly Call and FRY Report schedules.
Perform analysis for monthly and quarterly financial statements.
Prepare/review monthly general ledger account reconciliations and prepare journal entries as needed.
Participate in the month end close process.
Analyze draft/newly released regulations and accounting pronouncements to assess reporting impact, as well as collaborate with reporting and operations departments to create a transition approach that will enable the bank to effectively meet new reporting requirements.
Prepare financial statements and various schedules used for preparation of quarterly 10-Q and annual 10-K filings.
Prepare various schedules for internal reporting requirements including the monthly Board package.
Prepare and review various schedules and reports for internal users and external auditors, and assist in the audit of financial statements and related footnotes.
Perform ad-hoc analyses and projects as needed.
CPA license or MBA preferred
At least 3 years public accounting and/or public company financial reporting experience
Solid knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and concepts
Strong analytical, organizational and problem solving skills; including research skills regarding current and prospective updates to regulatory and SEC reporting.
Demonstrated strong attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to work well independently and in a team
Inquisitive mind and intellectual curiosity
Ability to deal with complex problems involving multiple facets and variables in non-standardized situations
Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university
Banking/financial institution experience preferred
Advanced usage of Microsoft Excel
Working knowledge of PeopleSoft GL preferred