Regulatory Change and Strategy Assistant Manager

Recruiter
Robert Walters
Location
Bristol, Avon
Salary
26000.0000
Posted
16 Jun 2017
Closes
16 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A market leading Retail Bank is eager to recruit a Regulatory Change and Strategy Assistant Manager to join their Risk division in Bristol.

The successfully appointed Regulatory Change and Strategy Assistant Manager will report directly into the Senior Manager of Regulatory Change and Strategy assisting with the development of regulatory risk strategy across the business. The role enquires a high performing individual with strong analytical and communication skills and would provide excellent experience for an Assistant Manager who is keen to progress.

Key Responsibilities

  • Identification of relevant regulatory change through horizon scanning activities, and distribution to relevant parts of the bank.
  • Assessment of the relevance of the change to the bank and its potential impact.
  • Participate in regulatory change initiatives as appropriate to identify risks and to ensure the bank can meet future regulatory requirements
  • Provide specialist advice and expertise on regulatory change for Senior Management and Board members on the future regulatory changes , focusing on those that could have the most impact on future strategy
  • Assessment of the future regulatory landscape, and helping the organisation to think and plan strategically for future regulatory changes.
  • Produce Management Information and papers on regulatory change for key governance committees and stakeholders at all levels
  • Support the team in managing key external regulatory relationships.
  • Assess whether the business is able to identify its relevant regulatory risks and mitigate them in alignment with Bank policy.
  • Support our internal stakeholder relationships.

Key Experience, Skills and Requirements

  • Previous experience gained within a Financial Services or Banking organisation
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to provide concise and relevant reporting
  • Strong verbal and written communications
  • Proven ability to build relationships and influence internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and to manage a significant workload during busy periods
  • Previous experience working for a regulatory body, with knowledge of the PRA and FCA handbook

For more information or to apple please contact Laura Woodhead at