• Competitive
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Credit Suisse -
  • 24 Apr 18

Compliance Officer - Regulatory Change # 110084

We Offer
The Chief Compliance and Regulatory Affairs organization at Credit Suisse strives to become a proactive, independent function that enables business units across the organization to challenge and effectively manage compliance risk. Our new management team is focused on achieving professional excellence by providing state of the art technology, strengthening surveillance and testing processes and by aligning controls to keep risk within appetite. To fulfill our mandate we need the skills, experience and engagement of our employees. Our dynamic environment also means that you have the flexibility to help us define and establish new processes and procedures, start or expand a business and shape our company for the future. We offer a fast-paced, collaborative and diverse work environment that will support innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial ideas.

We Offer:

The regulatory change team supports the effective implementation of regulatory reform and general regulatory developments in GM and IBCM by providing regulatory advice to all key stakeholders on the impacts and requirements of new rules and regulations during the initial advocacy and implementation stages of the regulatory change cycle. In particular, the role will:
  • Work closely with Compliance Coverage Officers and other relevant Compliance stakeholders, Change and Business management to assess the potential impact of regulatory reform and general regulatory developments;
  • Advise key stakeholders and internal change programmes on final rules to support an effective implementation;
  • Support the regulatory change team and broader compliance department in co-ordinating and driving the development of policy and training as required for the implementation of regulatory change;
  • Facilitate internal discussions to prepare CS feedback and input into industry groups / discussions;
  • Be responsible for the collation and initial review of additional EU and local regulatory guidance on regulatory change topics and facilitate effective knowledge sharing with key stakeholders and within the team; and
  • Engage with other regions to co-ordinate specific aspects of cross border implementation of regulatory change

Open to discussing flexible/agile working.

You Offer
  • Experience of investment banking / global markets
  • Solid understanding of the UK regulatory system and EU legislation
  • Ability to identify key regulatory issues which may require further analysis and consideration by the team / firm
  • Reliable and organised self-starter that takes end-to-end ownership of matters
  • Strong analytical and communication skills, in particular good drafting skills and ability to present complex issues to mixed specialist and non-specialist audiences
  • Strong organisational / co-ordination skills
  • Some exposure to regulatory change programmes / regulatory change implementation would be desirable

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