Executive Regulatory Advisor - Risk Consulting
- London, England, United Kingdom
- Permanent, Full time
- 20 Nov 18
We seek an individual in Executive Regulatory Advisor - Risk Consulting
- Advising clients on the impact of the changing regulatory landscape on their business model and supporting them through the implementation of that change.
- Delivering engagements (which might include multi-disciplinary engagements), which would typically include gap analysis, transformational support, remediation, training and authorisation assistance.
- Delivering these engagements individually or as part of an engagement team.
- Developing and maintaining strong relationships with KPMG colleagues and with clients.
- Playing a role in business development for the Regulatory Team and wider business, which might include assisting in the building of propositions and taking these to market as well as identifying opportunities for on-sell from existing client engagements.
- Playing a role in research, insight development and knowledge management.
- The delivery of client work/internal projects to a high standard.
Qualifications and Skills:
- Knowledge of the Banking sector is important, and knowledge of the investment and fund management, insurance and pensions sectors is useful but not essential.
- Knowledge of the regulatory requirements on conduct of business, corporate governance, assurance frameworks, organisational systems/controls and key customer interfaces.
- Industry recognised qualification (e.g. CISI, FPC, IMC, CFA etc.) desirable but not essential.
- Active listener and effective communicator.
- Planning and project management skills.
- Issue identification and problem-solving skills.
- Proven ability to achieve results, even when faced with obstacles or setbacks.
- Positive and flexible attitude to work and a willingness to embrace new initiatives.
- Networking, influencing and stakeholder management.
- Confident and highly motivated individual.
- Flexibility to work across the UK (and internationally) where required.
Experience and Knowledge
- Experience of working within the financial services sector is essential
- Experience of working on regulatory engagements desirable but not essential
- Demonstrable record of issue identification and problem solving
- Demonstrable record of delivering projects on time and, where relevant, within budget
- Demonstrable record of high-quality delivery
- Demonstrable record of balancing commercial and compliance considerations desirable but not essential.