This role will be responsible to drive the embedding of conduct related risk identification and good management practices within the first line, across our businesses, functions, regions and countries - through ongoing advice and development of practical guidance. Provide support and advice on various conduct initiatives and projects. Reviewing/drafting of ad hoc conduct related papers and reports - including on key themes arising from conduct metrics analysis. Responsible for the maintenance and development of the Conduct site on the Bridge
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Advising on the application of relevant regulatory requirements/guidance on conduct related matters including key topics facing stakeholders across the Compliance Function
Help to embed good conduct related risk identification and management practices within the first line of defence through ongoing support and development of practical guidance
Provide support on group led conduct initiatives and programmes and attend various project and team meetings representing Central Compliance
Assist where required in the preparation of management summary reporting and themes arising from conduct metrics analytics
Reviewing/drafting ad hoc conduct related papers and reports for various committees/forums.
Support the development of ongoing guidance and communications on conduct
Maintenance and development of the Conduct site on the Bridge
Qualifications and Skills
Understanding of FCA and PRA regulatory framework - in particular in relation to conduct related matters and guidance - and is able to apply these practically
Understanding of the Group's organisational structure and internal procedures
Excellent oral and written communication skills - ability to present technical information clearly
Networker. Comfortable dealing with senior managers across different countries and cultures
Excellent organisation skills, with ability to multi-task
Prioritises activities/projects according to business need - and ensuring activities are completed on schedule and to a high quality
Proactive and creative approach to work, self motivated and pragmatic. Takes responsibility and accountability for own tasks
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