Regulatory Policy VP

  • Competitive
  • Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Lawbrook Finance
  • 11 déc. 17 2017-12-11

Top tier Investment Bank are currently seeking an experienced Vice President to join their high performing regulatory policy team based in London with responsibility for the EMEA region.

The role entails analysing and advising on current and future EMEA capital policy regulatory issues with a particular focus on the European regulatory rules contained in CRDIV, in addition to counterparty credit risk, both from a modelled (IMM) and standardised perspective.

You will also be responsible for advising on the prudential regime, interpreting aspects of the current framework and providing advice to internal stakeholders, along with engaging with external advocacy efforts.

Additional responsibilities include participation in the process for approving new business initiatives and determining their effect on our regional regulatory ‘footprint’ and complex transactions dealing with structuring teams.

Knowledge, skills and experience required:

  • Good working knowledge of the current EU and UK capital regime, particularly as it applies to the investment banking business, including CRD IV and PRA / FCA rules

  • Ability to communicate clearly, and explain unfamiliar concepts or rules in simple, memorable terms; good written and oral presentation skills

  • Gravitas to be able to deal with very senior staff in other areas of the firm (predominantly MD / ED level)

  • Excellent judgement and the ability to prioritise, focusing on the most important aspects of an issue

  • Good task / project management skills and ability to work to tight deadline

  • Knowledge of Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 aspects of the capital framework

  • Ability to understand and interpret complex rules frameworks

  • Knowledge of the investment banking industries and products]

  • Grasp of key aspects of new developments to the regime (CRR2)

  • Collaborative approach to working within a team

  • Experience of providing policy advice.