VP – Recovery Resolution Planning Manager

  • Up to £80,000 plus Benefits and Bonus
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Maxfield Search
  • 20 Feb 18 2018-02-20

Our client is a leading financial institution with a reputation as a global leader delivering pioneering investment management, asset and fund administration, and fiduciary and banking solutions. They are well known for providing a service to some of the world’s most-sophisticated clients ranging from sovereign wealth funds and the wealthiest individuals and families, to the most-successful hedge funds and corporate brands.

Role outline

 

  • Due to an expansion in the capital management team, an exciting new opportunity has risen for a VP to join as a Recovery Resolution Planning Manager.
  • The ideal candidate will have full input on the development and creation of the RRP, working across a wider set of regulatory directives.

 

Responsibility

 

  • The ideal candidate will be expected to delivery in the wide programme of regarding Recovery & Resolution planning
  • They will be part of an EMEA team, covering UK, Ireland, Guernsey, Luxembourg and Saudi Arabia.
  • There will be a particular emphasis on the UK Banks within input to Group RP, UK Plan – ICAAP & ILAAP
  • The role holder will be working on Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) and to work on application issues around these legislative frameworks.
  • Review and analyse consultation papers and policy statements issued by regulators and other industry bodies.
  • Define and produce management reporting for incorporation into presentations to senior management committees and boards.

 

Background

 

  • Prior experience of RRP, ICAAP and ILAAP gained in an international bank or consultancy
  • Proven analytical and diagnostic skills
  • Ability to understand & interpret Risk Management concepts
  • Ability to communicate with and present to  business partners and Senior Management across various internal functions
  • Proven written, numeracy and IT literacy skills (MS Office)
  • A demonstrated record of interpreting and applying regulatory requirements
  • Strong analysis and communication skills and the intellectual tenacity required to understand complex business operations and evolving regulatory requirements.