Remediation Consultant

  • 50-65,000
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Holmes Search
  • 01 Feb 18 2018-02-01

Competitive business today is all about making intelligent, informed decisions. As a Remediation, Consultant, you’ll help make this happen. That will mean using your technical knowledge and client facing experience and working with Managers and Assistant Directors to help clients from all industries make strategic and operational changes about their businesses. Working with some of the world’s most prestigious firms you will be an integral part of the team.

With support you’ll work with a range of regulatory projects within the Remediation team.  The Regulatory Advisory team is currently growing across all capabilities to help meet increasing demand, this is true of the Remediation team as there are a number of large scale projects for some of the UK’s biggest Banks. Engagements typically involve managing multiple stakeholders and require you to give the best advice to clients using your knowledge and experience to provide the best outcomes.
Your key responsibilities
• To work as part of a team in identifying regulatory gaps and breaches. This could include assessing the quality of advice given by a firm in relation to financial products, assessing firms systems, or validating the measures taken by a firm to correct issues
• Provide input into the application of regulatory standards and support the development of solutions to resolve complex regulatory risks and issues
• Assist with the formulation of conclusions and regulatory recommendations
Skills and attributes for success
• A clear understanding of the strategic implications of regulation
• Being able to effectively implement a variety of regulatory directives
• Building relationships with colleagues across the business, supporting them and promoting a collaborative culture
• Being involved in remediation of regulatory issues
To qualify for the role you must have
• Experience of working with Regulatory bodies such as the FCA, FSCS or Financial Ombudsman Service
• Thorough understanding of financial markets and regulatory standards and an ability to translate these into client solutions
• Proven track record of assessing suitability of advice in relation to financial instruments/products
• Sound technical knowledge of financial products and / or customer-facing regulated activities (e.g. complaint handling)
• CeFA qualified or equivalent and strong academic background, ideally to a degree level or equivalent
• Flexibility to travel and work full-time on assignments, as necessary
• FPC or QCF Level 4 qualified