Our client, a leading global consultancy, is looking to recruit a Senior Manager/Assistant Director in the Risk & Regulation team within their London office. The Manager will help to deliver major programmes across to prudential and conduct regulation, legal entity risk management, capital, treasury, and liquidity.


Role Responsibilities:

  • Using industry best practices relating to prudential and conduct regulation to provide meaningful insights and practical considerations
  • Undertaking technical analysis and presenting key insights to a variety of senior stakeholders
  • Leading large engagements or delivering complex and/or multiple workstreams of varying size
  • Managing senior client stakeholders and providing SME input across multiple disciplines and/or international jurisdictions
  • Leading bids and developing a pipeline of new business
  • Proactively identifying key blockers and developing bespoke solutions for clients and other stakeholders
  • Supporting the future strategy and business development capabilities within the team by preparing thought leadership, client proposals and building technical knowledge across the team


Experience/ Qualifications:

  • Understanding of the regulatory capital and financial efficiency constraints on the EMEA operating model, booking model and legal entity structure of banks
  • Understanding of the fundamental elements of capital and/or liquidity under the applicable prudential regimes
  • Demonstrable ability to interpret regulatory requirements and expectations, assess peer practices and communicate technical concepts clearly and concisely to non-technical audiences
  • An understanding of global Structural Reform regulations, with any practical implementation/change management experience being beneficial
  • Ability to support banks on the implications of both current and future regulations
  • Detailed subject matter expertise on relevant regulatory capital and/or market access rules
  • Experience in drafting regulatory applications
  • Experience of successfully delivering projects relating to regulatory change, legal entity simplification, ICAAP/ ILAAP or solvent wind down planning
  • Ability to provide advice on regulatory capital consequences of transactions to buy-side investors, working alongside our Financial Advisory groups
  • Ability to advise on core financial regulations such as SYSC, EMIR, CRD/CRR and ICAAP/ILAAP and practical implications of these regulations arising from making changes to operating model, booking model or legal entity structure
  • Degree educated and/or a relevant professional qualification (e.g. Chartered Financial Analyst, Chartered Accountant, Financial Risk Management)