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Goodman Masson
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 03 Mar 21
GBP40000 - GBP110000 per annum
Goodman Masson
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 03 Mar 21
GBP40000 - GBP110000 per annum
The Booking Model & Controls Team wishes to recruit high calibre individuals with skills and experience in delivering projects/engagements related to prudential and conduct regulatory change, legal entity-oriented risk management, governance and control frameworks, legal entity simplification, target operating model design and/or financial resource optimisation.

This job description details the requirements for an Assistant Manager, Manager or Senior Manager role within the Booking Model & Controls team in the Risk Advisory Practice based in London.

The successful applicant will have responsibility for the following:

  • Advising clients on regulatory expectations and peer practices relating to the booking model and controls agenda, providing insight and practical implementation considerations for any associated enhancements
  • Supporting engagement leads in managing client stakeholders and providing SME input across multiple disciplines and/or jurisdictions
  • Managing project workstreams and leading small and medium sized engagements
  • Undertaking analysis and presenting key findings to stakeholders of varying levels of seniority
  • Identifying issues and offering potential solutions to clients and other stakeholders
  • Supporting the businesses 'Talent Agenda' via mentoring and development of individuals/teams
  • Supporting the future strategy and business development capabilities within the Booking Model & Controls team, by preparing thought leadership, client proposals and building technical knowledge across the team
  • Collaborating with colleagues across member firms within Europe, North America and APAC

Working effectively in diverse teams within an inclusive team culture where people are recognised for their contribution

Experience

  • Degree educated or a relevant professional qualification (e.g. Chartered Financial Analyst, Chartered Accountant, Financial Risk Management)
  • A broad understanding of front office products and services across the trading and banking books, given this is critical foundational knowledge for the effective delivery of booking model engagements
  • Experience of successfully delivering projects relating to regulatory change, booking model/legal entity simplification, the enhancement of governance, risk management and controls and/or financial resource optimisation
  • Demonstrable ability to interpret regulatory requirements and expectations, assess peer practices and communicate technical concepts clearly and concisely to non-technical audiences
  • A good grasp of the key elements of front to back risk management frameworks for global financial services firms
  • Knowledge of the developing risk management and control practices relating to electronic trading would be advantageous

Company Overview

With a team of over 200 and growing every day, Goodman Masson is one of London’s specialist Finance and Technology recruitment businesses. Voted ‘Best Recruitment Company to Work For’ in 2018, our passion for what we do is clear.

Based in London, Düsseldorf and New York, we hold annual revenues exceeding £42 million. This includes Qualified & Part-Qualified / Transactional Finance, Actuarial & Investment Management, Audit, Banking Operations, Compliance & Financial Crime, Front Office, Housing Development, Information & Cyber Security, Technology, Digital & Data, Product Control & Valuations, Projects, Change & Transformation, Risk & Regulation, Tax and Treasury.

We also have a Solutions team who provide RPO, hybrid and volume recruitment services. Alongside this, Goodman Masson have developed an Executive Search team who focus on sourcing C-suite talent to fee earning Legal partners.

 

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