Regulatory Reform - Credit Operations

  • £200 - £250 per day
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Temporary, Full time
  • Walker Hamill
  • 15 Sep 16

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Regulatory Reform Analyst to join a leading global Investment Bank, on an interim basis. This role will sit within Credit Operations, focusing on MiFiD II implementation and would suit a candidate with a background in Credit Middle Office, who has more recently moved into regulatory reform.

  • Working on regulatory and industry related initiatives and projects.
  • Assisting with the management of programmes through their full lifecycle and providing subject matter expertise in analysis, development through to implementation.
  • Ensuring that regulatory projects are managed and completed with the relevant stakeholders in mind. 


  • Credit Derivative product and industry experience.
  • Previous regulatory reporting experience.
  • Experience taking a new rule from requirements stage through to implementation.
  • An understanding of MiFiD II reporting requirements (preferable).
  • Front to back understanding of the trade lifecycle from execution to confirmation/settlement.
  • Awareness of key trade processing risks and controls and the use of critical thinking and process analysis.
  • Ability to build strong networks across Derivative Operations, Technology and Sales/Trading.
  • Previous experience with Business Process Modelling and associated tools such as Signavio (preferable).