SS&E/SVM Regulatory Lead Support
The Group COO Office works closely with the Chief Operating Officer and all COO functional areas, to drive and execute the strategy, financials, business risk management, as well as the business and performance management of the COO function.
To support the Group COO and their leadership team the COO Office provides the following services:
- Facilitate the development and execution of the Group COO strategy and shape the long-term direction of the COO function
- Lead and guide overarching strategic projects and initiatives within Group COO and across Divisions and Corporate Functions, and BoD, such as GDPR Program
- Drive Financial Management consolidation across Group COO
- Lead Strategic Cost Transformation across the Group
- Establish an effective 1 Line of Defense (LoD) function and lead 2 and 3 LoD activities across COO
- Own and facilitate the control framework and provide a forum for independent review and challenge for new business proposals
We apply a continual focus on improving productivity and efficiency while seeking new and innovative ways to support clients' changing needs.
Sourcing & Vendor Management (SVM) sources external goods and services for Credit Suisse by applying best practices while mitigating key commercial, contractual and reputational risks to the Bank.
As a valued partner, we strive to work collaboratively with internal business partners and key vendors to deliver increasingly high-quality and efficient sourcing services through: commercial-valued and risk-mitigated sourcing, analytical insights and market expertise, driving vendor innovation, and supporting select third-party agreements during the fulfilment phase.
A challenging role within the Supplier Risk and Control function, supporting the EMEA Regulatory Coordination Team within SVM, being the single point of contact for all 3rd party regulatory, audit, compliance and control related topics in EMEA.
Key elements of the SVM Regulatory Coordination EMEA Role are as follows:
- You will support the interpretation and analysis of regulatory changes for UK and EU Legal entities impacting External 3rd Party contracts
- Support implementing Credit Suisse's response to critical EMEA regulatory requirements from the PRA, FCA and key EU Directives such as OCIR, GDPR, EBA Outsourcing and BREXIT across the bank's External 3rd Party landscape and align to global processes.
- Provide support in key regulatory programs and Third Party Risk Management including implementation of requirements coming out of these programs.
- The role requires you to ensure appropriate engagement of key partners in the EMEA region including set up of appropriate briefings on progress of the key regulatory programs and participation in local working groups.
- You will assist the SVM Regulatory Lead EMEA in supporting overall Third Party Risk Management and ensure related policy / processes are compliant to EMEA specific regulations.
- You will work with the other SVM Regulatory Leads to update Credit Suisse policies as needed.
- Valued contact for EMEA related regulatory, audit, compliance and control inquiries on third party vendors and contracts to ensure consistent messaging.
- Ensure SVM is aware and adheres to local laws and regulations and communicate relevant changes and carry out compliance as needed.
- You hold a university degree in Business Administration/Finance, ideally with a focus on law / regulatory
- Proven experience in either a sourcing/regulatory function or equivalent
- You have experience in a legal, compliance and/or regulatory environment
- You have the ability to interact with colleagues and senior business partners across divisions globally and various seniority levels
- You possess Change Management and Project Management skills
- You have excellent management, presentation and analytical skills
- You are highly motivated, flexible and have precise working approach
- You have deep knowledge of the sourcing/procurement market is an advantage
- We want you to contribute your interpersonal skills to our team
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