Senior Manager PRA Regulatory Liaison (FTC)

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    City of London, London

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  • Salary:

    £85000 - £95000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Martin Deavin

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  • Published:

    10 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

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  • Consultant:

    Martin Deavin

Our Regulatory Liaison team plays an important part in our business. The team is responsible for managing the relationship with each of our regulators, ensuring that the right people are sufficiently briefed and prepared to deliver the right messages to regulators and key regulatory themes are identified. You will own and manage the banks relationship with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). The role requires you to prepare Senior Management (including Board Members) prior to any interaction with the PRA, ranging from formal onsite visits, to ad hoc meetings.

As well as managing the banks relationship with the PRA, you will co-ordinate responses to regulatory requests and produce internal reporting on regulatory engagement, highlighting the potential impact on the banks' future strategy. You will provide advice and guidance on prudential matters, including interpretation of regulation, to colleagues and ensure written communication shared with the regulator is high-quality and consistent. You will be able to influence, and build relationships with, a range of stakeholders from within Risk and the wider Business, including senior management, and board

The role is about working collaboratively to support a strong culture of accountability, empowerment and proactive contribution to the development of the function to reflect the evolving business needs and environment, ensuring agility and flexibility.

You will have:

o A broad knowledge of Prudential regulation, preferably with experience at a bank or at one of our regulators.

o Excellent stakeholder management skills - able to build strong relationships at all levels of the bank.

o Brilliant at communicating.


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