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Manager MiFID

Employer
Morgan Philips UK Limited
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Sep 2021

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Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
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Key accountabilities

Member support,
• Have direct contact with associaion members in the regulatiory areas, including working with the Member Chairs of the association's MiFID Steering Committee and with Members of other divisions
• Support on policy and business issue identification, research, preparation and analysis; including fact-gathering
• Support communications between Members, regulators, legislators and the media
Operations
• The Candidate will be responsible for preparing agendas for the MiFID Steering Committee and for supporting association staff in the preparation and execution of meetings/calls and follow-up actions of their groups, including the MiFID groups of the Equity, Fixed Income, Investor Protection, Compliance and Public Policy divisions. Lead and coordinate the execution of actions agreed by the Steering Committee and other MiFID groups, including: the development and deployment of consultation responses and briefing materials; meeting with policy-makers and regulators; and engaging with the wider stakeholder community
Administration
• Maintain relevant sections of the association website and intranet

Person specification
Essential key competencies:
• Strong self-motivation
• Intellectual curiosity, sharp intellect and high levels of energy and drive
• Well-developed interpersonal skills
• An interest in initiating change
• Ability to function effectively in a challenging, fast-paced professional team environment
• Determination and resilience

Knowledge skills and experience
Essential:
• Have a bachelor's or advanced professional degree
• At least 3-5 years of prior professional experience on MiFID topics or longer experience in a financial services capital markets organization (preference for specific experience at a trading or banking organization)
• Excellent oral and written communications skills, including public speaking
• Analytical, organizational, and leadership skills
• Fluency in oral and written English is required
• IT literate

Desirable:
• A fluent knowledge of English, plus additional language skills would be a plus.

All candidates are required to have the legal right to work in the UK and/or in the EU.
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