Our client, an established bank, is looking to recruit a Regulatory Credit Risk Manager based in the West Midlands with hybrid working.


The successful candidate will have a background in retail banking, with a COREP capital reporting focus, and knowledge of the CRR and PRA Rulebook. The Specialist will be the subject matter expert for capital and IRB with regards to prudential and regulatory reporting matters. They will participate in thematic reviews and change projects, such as IRB accreditation and implementation of new regulatory reporting software.


Role Responsibilities:

  • Leading the delivery of submissions and regulatory input on capital and IRB related areas
  • Providing relevant regulatory reporting project work, supporting the build and test of new reports
  • Supporting the development, documentation and maintenance of written policies and training materials
  • Aiding the development, documentation and maintenance of procedures and process maps relating to capital and IRB regulatory reporting and other prudential activities
  • Providing ad hoc cover within BAU regulatory reporting activities
  • Maintaining the company’s compliance standards


You will have:

  • Previous experience of working within capital regulations and regulatory reporting within retail banking
  • Strong subject matter expertise within capital regulations and regulatory reporting
  • Experience of IRB regulatory reporting requirements
  • Knowledge of elements of the PRA regulatory framework relating to capital
  • Specialist regulatory expertise regarding the retail banking industry and IRB approach
  • Intermediate knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Basel 3/CRR/PRA Rulebook (including COREP)
  • An accounting or treasury professional qualification would be advantageous