Prudential Regulation Senior Manager
- London, England, United Kingdom
- Permanent, Full time
- Holmes Search
- 15 Jan 19
This role is at a Big 4 firm working on their Prudential Regulation projects. The role offers a dynamic place to work, varied opportunities and exposure to top tier firms across financial services.
The prudential regulatory regime continues to evolve with developments such as CRDV and 'Basel IV' as well as in recovery and resolution planning, creating continued demands on the Regulatory, Risk and Finance teams in banks and investment firms.
We are looking for candidates who have detailed regulatory technical knowledge and experience, including the associated technical rules and guidance, in one of the following:
- Credit, counterparty credit and/or market risk regulatory capital requirements. This may also include the associated regulatory reporting ( e.g. PRA and COREP returns); or
- recovery and resolution planning.
As a Senior Manager, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers and extensive consulting and industry experience, helping clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities are:
- being a member of and leading teams on large and small engagements - working as part of a prject team on client sites and day-to-day liason with clients
- identifying the impact of prudential regulatory change
- working on projects relating to various components of credit, counterparty credit and/or market risk or recovery and resolution planning
- providing rudential SME technical support to firms going through the authorisations process
- providing riak analysis and reports.
Technical skills required:
- detailed understanding of the overall credit and/or counterparty credit risk management lifecycle and associated credit/counterparty credit risk
- detailed understanding of trading books and market risk requirements
- deep technical experience and expertise in existing and future regulation
- hands on experience of IRB, SA-CCR, IMM and VaR
- good understanding of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive