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A fantastic opportunity has risen for a Regulatory Change Manager (Banking). The team is responsible for the identification of relevant regulatory change through horizon scanning activities, and the distribution of those items to the relevant parts of the bank.

You will undertake a high-level assessment of the relevance of the change to the bank, and its potential impact on the business, as well as participating in regulatory change initiatives to identify risks and to ensure the bank can meet its future regulatory requirements. Your role as a manager in Regulatory Change will put you at the front line of policy developments and you will need to be able to analyse and evaluate a range of information to produce insightful recommendations to effectively influence decisions across business areas.

The role is about working collaboratively to support a strong culture of accountability, empowerment and proactive contribution to the development of the function to reflect the evolving business needs and environment, ensuring agility and flexibility.

As well as identifying upcoming regulatory change, you’ll be required to co-ordinate and produce internal reporting on regulatory risk matters highlighting the potential impact on the bank’s future strategy. As part of this, good stakeholder management skills are really important. You will be able to influence, and build relationships with, a range of stakeholders from within Risk and the wider Business, including senior management, Board, and BEC members. 

Ideally, you’ll currently have these skills and experience:

  • A broad knowledge of financial regulation, preferably with experience at a bank or at one of our regulators;
  • Excellent report drafting and time management skills - able to co-ordinate the production of multiple reports to tight timeframes;
  • Brilliant at building strong relationships with internal partners;
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Friday 18th May 2018