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Risk Governance Manager

London, Greater London, United Kingdom, Contract

Posted: 23days ago



This role is within the EMEA Risk Governance function. The Function has the responsibility to ensure EMEA Risk Management Division's governance (including policies and procedures) is in line with local regulation and best practice and help ensure a consistent approach in dealing with regulators.

Primary Responsibilities
* Regulatory submissions and regulatory liaison: Co-ordinate, as well as provide input and support to the wider team on regulatory submissions and capital model applications, as well as self-assessments, with a focus on market and credit counterparty risk.
* Collaborate with a wide range of senior stakeholders across Risk Management and other departments for regulatory purposes, including quality assurance on regulatory submissions and PRA information requests ahead of semi-annual visits.
* Regulatory landscape: Self-assessment of new regulatory requirements such as CRR2 and CRD V, keep up to date with new and incoming regulations and provide support to carry out the impact assessment and analysis of the implications for Risk Management.
* Liaise with project teams to ensure regulatory requirements are considered and addressed.
* Provide support to the wider team on committee administration, projects governance and other regulatory matters including taking minutes and co-ordination.

Skills Required / Preferred
* Master's degree or equivalent ideally in Finance, Quantitative Finance or equivalent;
* Business writing experience, with particular emphasis on policies, standards, and guidelines;
* Prior experience in risk management, ideally within an Investment Banking and consulting environment;
* Good understanding of banking regulation, especially relating to risk management;
* Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; ability to produce concise and effective presentations;
* Confidence to take ideas forward and to challenge others, where appropriate;
* Committee administration and project governance experience including minute taking and agenda and submission management.
* Very strong organization skills with flexible approach and ability to plan schedules, multitask, and prioritise; ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines;
* Business knowledge of capital markets (sales and trading);
* Ability to work in a small team environment, building and maintain a network of contacts and coordinating with a large number of stakeholders.

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London, Greater London, United Kingdom