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    • manchester, greater manchester
    • contract
    • competitive
    • full-time
    The role holder will be providing consultative support in the interpretation of the IFPR rules to be finalised by the regulator(s). This would also enable the implementation of the strategic regulatory reporting platform (Axiom) where all the rules need to be validated both centrally and by the impacted IFs.Responsibilities by skills set required:1. Business Analysisa. Finance End User / SME stakeholder management . S/he will be required to partner and influence senior management in the interpretation of rules.b. Enable the construct of an approved solution designc. Interact with third party vendors to ensure bespoke requirements are correctly designed & built2 Data Governancea. Promote the data analysis capability to ensure Reporting Standards are followedb. Data profiling to understand issues with existing datac. Gathering of facts / information from data to support solution design is correctly implemented3 Oversight/Policya. Well versed in the interpretation of regulatory text and/or formulating outline of policyb. Ability to understand and critically assess Regulatory Reporting processes.c. Experience of redacting interpretation notification/memo supporting adoption of technical regulatory requirementd. Ability to critically and constructively assess solution developed by third party vendore. Experience in Model development and yearly validation process is a plusExperience* S/He will need an extensive compliance background within the relevant industry.* Working on regulatory change initiatives / data projects* Engagement with third party vendors to deliver Customer solutions* Background in Financial ServicesRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
    The role holder will be providing consultative support in the interpretation of the IFPR rules to be finalised by the regulator(s). This would also enable the implementation of the strategic regulatory reporting platform (Axiom) where all the rules need to be validated both centrally and by the impacted IFs.Responsibilities by skills set required:1. Business Analysisa. Finance End User / SME stakeholder management . S/he will be required to partner and influence senior management in the interpretation of rules.b. Enable the construct of an approved solution designc. Interact with third party vendors to ensure bespoke requirements are correctly designed & built2 Data Governancea. Promote the data analysis capability to ensure Reporting Standards are followedb. Data profiling to understand issues with existing datac. Gathering of facts / information from data to support solution design is correctly implemented3 Oversight/Policya. Well versed in the interpretation of regulatory text and/or formulating outline of policyb. Ability to understand and critically assess Regulatory Reporting processes.c. Experience of redacting interpretation notification/memo supporting adoption of technical regulatory requirementd. Ability to critically and constructively assess solution developed by third party vendore. Experience in Model development and yearly validation process is a plusExperience* S/He will need an extensive compliance background within the relevant industry.* Working on regulatory change initiatives / data projects* Engagement with third party vendors to deliver Customer solutions* Background in Financial ServicesRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £60,000 - £70,000 per year
    • full-time
    Work with the relevant division (overseen by the department's senior management and together withthe wider Compliance team and any branch or affiliate counterparts) to provide support, adviceand guidance on the UK compliance framework and the equivalent arrangements in branch oraffiliate business. Monitor the policies and procedures in place and guide the business to identify, assess and managecompliance risk and meet professional standards set by UK, local regulators and the FCA andother UK regulators as applicable Provide licencing advice for UK businesses as part of BAU business placement enquiries Balance UK controls and regulatory requirements (as applicable) with branch or affiliatearrangements Balance business opportunities and other commercial considerations, where appropriate, withcompliance risks to maximise corporate performance and minimise financial, regulatory orreputational loss Act as a 'trusted advisor' to the business, working together to find compliant commercial solutionsbut will also need on occasion to be a source of challenge to the department's senior management,and the senior management team of the relevant division (including, where appropriate in line withmatrix management arrangements). Provide input to reports and papers for the Executive, Auditand Risk Committees Provide focused specialist compliance advice to divisional staff taking into account business /consumer needs, external best practice, specific territorial requirements and UK and local regulatoryrequirements. Bring challenge to the senior management of the relevant division and makesupportive interventions aimed at managing compliance within the divisions Assist with the management and delivery of compliance work including scheduled and ad hocstrategic projects; including: Supporting the maintenance of an effective framework supported by risk-based policies andprocedures designed to deliver compliance with relevant regulatory requirements The development and implementation of appropriate international professional standards inresponse to new rules, guidance, regulatory standards and UK policy as this relates to UK international branch and affiliate business Provide compliance work stream support on business-led projects and M&A integration projects Carry out research and provide expert policy advice on a range of regulatory issues with a specialfocus on aligning UK regulatory standards with those needed in UK international branch oraffiliate firms. Maintain a highly visible and supportive role as a strong influencer and help internalstakeholders to understand conduct risk outcomes to anticipate, understand, prepare for andimplement regulatory and policy change. Be familiar with the business and current regulatory and compliance initiatives in a way that is likelyto meet the Financial Conduct Authority compliance requirements for a firm the size and complexityof the firm; as well as those requirements in place from local regulators.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
    Work with the relevant division (overseen by the department's senior management and together withthe wider Compliance team and any branch or affiliate counterparts) to provide support, adviceand guidance on the UK compliance framework and the equivalent arrangements in branch oraffiliate business. Monitor the policies and procedures in place and guide the business to identify, assess and managecompliance risk and meet professional standards set by UK, local regulators and the FCA andother UK regulators as applicable Provide licencing advice for UK businesses as part of BAU business placement enquiries Balance UK controls and regulatory requirements (as applicable) with branch or affiliatearrangements Balance business opportunities and other commercial considerations, where appropriate, withcompliance risks to maximise corporate performance and minimise financial, regulatory orreputational loss Act as a 'trusted advisor' to the business, working together to find compliant commercial solutionsbut will also need on occasion to be a source of challenge to the department's senior management,and the senior management team of the relevant division (including, where appropriate in line withmatrix management arrangements). Provide input to reports and papers for the Executive, Auditand Risk Committees Provide focused specialist compliance advice to divisional staff taking into account business /consumer needs, external best practice, specific territorial requirements and UK and local regulatoryrequirements. Bring challenge to the senior management of the relevant division and makesupportive interventions aimed at managing compliance within the divisions Assist with the management and delivery of compliance work including scheduled and ad hocstrategic projects; including: Supporting the maintenance of an effective framework supported by risk-based policies andprocedures designed to deliver compliance with relevant regulatory requirements The development and implementation of appropriate international professional standards inresponse to new rules, guidance, regulatory standards and UK policy as this relates to UK international branch and affiliate business Provide compliance work stream support on business-led projects and M&A integration projects Carry out research and provide expert policy advice on a range of regulatory issues with a specialfocus on aligning UK regulatory standards with those needed in UK international branch oraffiliate firms. Maintain a highly visible and supportive role as a strong influencer and help internalstakeholders to understand conduct risk outcomes to anticipate, understand, prepare for andimplement regulatory and policy change. Be familiar with the business and current regulatory and compliance initiatives in a way that is likelyto meet the Financial Conduct Authority compliance requirements for a firm the size and complexityof the firm; as well as those requirements in place from local regulators.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003

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