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        • london, london
        • contract
        • £450 - £500 per day
        • investment bank
        The Regulatory Reporting group has a number of roles and responsibilities, a number of which are noted below:Perform daily and monthly calculation of regulatory capital information, in accordance with the PRA guidelines for the UK based regulated entities for distribution to senior managementPrepare and submit regulatory returns to the PRA and the Bank of England including Common Reporting (COREP)Partner with the business and support functions across the bank in the UK and globally, to provide information, analysis and guidance on all local regulatory capital related queries.Review new and significant transactions through representation on the New Product Review forum to consider the regulatory implications thereof and provide approval where appropriate.Prepare and present regulatory information and analysis to legal entity Risk Oversight CommitteesMonitor proposed reforms in respect of the applicable regulatory rules and engage with regulators, trade and industry organisations and the European Commission on the potential impact of such developments.Provide subject matter expertise on regulatory capital for internal strategic projectsEngage with internal control functions including Quality Assurance, Compliance and Internal Audit as appropriate in their review of the Regulatory Reporting function The successful candidate will be an integral member of the team tasked with delivering on elements of the above responsibilities. What will I be doing? (Responsibilities)You will be expected to play a key role in the UK Regulatory Reporting team performing the tasks and functions you are allocated to produce high quality deliverables in an efficient manner in line with timeframes agreed and, to challenge existing processes to encourage innovation and improvements. You will be working within a strong team and you are expected to be proactive, motivated, enthusiastic and driven.In addition you should develop a solid understanding of the business, drive execution, sustain focus and optimism and live the key values and culture.An indication of some key tasks you will be allocated/contribute to as part of the team are noted below:Preparation of the daily calculation of regulatory capital for the main UK regulated entityPerforming analysis on capital movements, liaising with the business and support functions to understand the results, conducting appropriate due diligence and articulating the conclusions with sufficient detail and evidence.Support the preparation of external and internal requests in respect of regulatory informationParticipate, as required, in assignments to identify and implement improvements to the process and control framework within which the group operateRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        The Regulatory Reporting group has a number of roles and responsibilities, a number of which are noted below:Perform daily and monthly calculation of regulatory capital information, in accordance with the PRA guidelines for the UK based regulated entities for distribution to senior managementPrepare and submit regulatory returns to the PRA and the Bank of England including Common Reporting (COREP)Partner with the business and support functions across the bank in the UK and globally, to provide information, analysis and guidance on all local regulatory capital related queries.Review new and significant transactions through representation on the New Product Review forum to consider the regulatory implications thereof and provide approval where appropriate.Prepare and present regulatory information and analysis to legal entity Risk Oversight CommitteesMonitor proposed reforms in respect of the applicable regulatory rules and engage with regulators, trade and industry organisations and the European Commission on the potential impact of such developments.Provide subject matter expertise on regulatory capital for internal strategic projectsEngage with internal control functions including Quality Assurance, Compliance and Internal Audit as appropriate in their review of the Regulatory Reporting function The successful candidate will be an integral member of the team tasked with delivering on elements of the above responsibilities. What will I be doing? (Responsibilities)You will be expected to play a key role in the UK Regulatory Reporting team performing the tasks and functions you are allocated to produce high quality deliverables in an efficient manner in line with timeframes agreed and, to challenge existing processes to encourage innovation and improvements. You will be working within a strong team and you are expected to be proactive, motivated, enthusiastic and driven.In addition you should develop a solid understanding of the business, drive execution, sustain focus and optimism and live the key values and culture.An indication of some key tasks you will be allocated/contribute to as part of the team are noted below:Preparation of the daily calculation of regulatory capital for the main UK regulated entityPerforming analysis on capital movements, liaising with the business and support functions to understand the results, conducting appropriate due diligence and articulating the conclusions with sufficient detail and evidence.Support the preparation of external and internal requests in respect of regulatory informationParticipate, as required, in assignments to identify and implement improvements to the process and control framework within which the group operateRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • city of london, london
        • internship
        • £80,000 - £93,000 per year
        • randstad financial services
        The role involves supporting the Director of Professional Oversight and the Deputy Director/Head of Oversight Operations. Specifically, the successful candidate will provide senior level project management, thought leadership, and expertise in furtherance of the following:ResponsibilitiesOversight of the UK and Third Country Audit (TCA) registration regime;Analysis and evaluation of the registration programme;Oversight of equivalence and adequacy assessments;Work with POT's policy and implementation team on embedding policies and procedures and bringing thought leadership to developing POT approach for all of the above, as required;Liaison with BEIS, third country authorities and firms, professional bodies, technical experts etc. on matters of shared interest; andAnnual reporting to the Board.SKills RequiredAn accountancy professional qualification or equivalent and significant relevant experience are required. An ideal candidate will also have:Detailed knowledge of the external audit regulatory environment and the issues facing audit in general in the UK;Understanding of the UK Companies Act and its application to auditors;Knowledge of the Audit Regulation and Statutory Audit Directive;An understanding and possess strategic knowledge of developments and issues affecting areas of POT responsibility;Appreciation of commercial, regulatory and other external influences on other parts of the firm;Excellent analytical skills;Experience of leading teams to deliver projects and coaching staff in those teams; andAdvanced written and oral communication skills.In addition, the ideal candidate is likely to have operated at a senior level in a consulting, in house, management or regulatory role. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        The role involves supporting the Director of Professional Oversight and the Deputy Director/Head of Oversight Operations. Specifically, the successful candidate will provide senior level project management, thought leadership, and expertise in furtherance of the following:ResponsibilitiesOversight of the UK and Third Country Audit (TCA) registration regime;Analysis and evaluation of the registration programme;Oversight of equivalence and adequacy assessments;Work with POT's policy and implementation team on embedding policies and procedures and bringing thought leadership to developing POT approach for all of the above, as required;Liaison with BEIS, third country authorities and firms, professional bodies, technical experts etc. on matters of shared interest; andAnnual reporting to the Board.SKills RequiredAn accountancy professional qualification or equivalent and significant relevant experience are required. An ideal candidate will also have:Detailed knowledge of the external audit regulatory environment and the issues facing audit in general in the UK;Understanding of the UK Companies Act and its application to auditors;Knowledge of the Audit Regulation and Statutory Audit Directive;An understanding and possess strategic knowledge of developments and issues affecting areas of POT responsibility;Appreciation of commercial, regulatory and other external influences on other parts of the firm;Excellent analytical skills;Experience of leading teams to deliver projects and coaching staff in those teams; andAdvanced written and oral communication skills.In addition, the ideal candidate is likely to have operated at a senior level in a consulting, in house, management or regulatory role. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £85,000 - £92,920, per year, Benefits
        • randstad business support
        Are you a Credible Project Manager with a background in Audit, Actuarial or Accountancy? An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for an Industry Regulator. London-based (once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted), this opportunity offers an individual to enact tangible change and uphold existing regulatory integrity. This role would sit as a key part in an established & dynamic team that provides overarching Professional Oversight. It will suit an confident individual with experience working in the audit and/or regulatory sector, particularly within Education/Professional Qualification institutions. Responsibilities include: Managing/monitoring the quality of the Recognised Qualifying Bodies' (RQBs) student education and continuing professional development programme activities and following up on implementation of our requirements.Oversight of the provision of education and awarding of the Chartered Accountancy Qualification.Oversight of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' provision of training and awarding of qualification.Oversight of the standards for and awarding of practising certificates by the professional bodies. Providing expert analysis and evaluation of the monitoring programme to the Director, other senior staff and members of the oversight team.Liaison with the RQBs and professional bodies, technical experts and others on matters of shared interest, attendance at conferences, meetings and working groups.Leading work on securing Mutual Recognition of Qualification Agreements with third countries. Drafting responses to government and other external consultation documents. Preparing reports for governance committees and the Board and contributing to the teams annual statutory reporting responsibilities. Drafting briefing for senior staff who have engagement with the professional bodies. Implementing teams policies and procedures. When necessary supporting the Policy and Implementation team on projects to update and implement changes to teams processes. Engaging with and supporting other teams on cross-cutting activities such as policy and implementation projects and operational projects such as complaints handling and governance. Background Experience: A relevant professional accountancy qualification or equivalent with significant post-qualification experience or significant experience in a relevant regulatory role.Knowledge and understanding of the audit regulatory environment and the issues facing audit in general in the UK.Understanding of the UK Companies Act and its application to auditorsAppreciation of commercial, regulatory and other external influences on other parts of the regulator.Detailed knowledge of the processes and requirements for the training of auditors including syllabus, examinations and practical training.Knowledge of Audit Regulations, Delegation Agreements and the rules of the professional bodies.Knowledge of the Audit Regulation and Statutory Audit DirectiveIf you have similar experience to that outlined above and are looking for a new and exciting role to advance your career, please forward your CV today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
        Are you a Credible Project Manager with a background in Audit, Actuarial or Accountancy? An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for an Industry Regulator. London-based (once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted), this opportunity offers an individual to enact tangible change and uphold existing regulatory integrity. This role would sit as a key part in an established & dynamic team that provides overarching Professional Oversight. It will suit an confident individual with experience working in the audit and/or regulatory sector, particularly within Education/Professional Qualification institutions. Responsibilities include: Managing/monitoring the quality of the Recognised Qualifying Bodies' (RQBs) student education and continuing professional development programme activities and following up on implementation of our requirements.Oversight of the provision of education and awarding of the Chartered Accountancy Qualification.Oversight of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' provision of training and awarding of qualification.Oversight of the standards for and awarding of practising certificates by the professional bodies. Providing expert analysis and evaluation of the monitoring programme to the Director, other senior staff and members of the oversight team.Liaison with the RQBs and professional bodies, technical experts and others on matters of shared interest, attendance at conferences, meetings and working groups.Leading work on securing Mutual Recognition of Qualification Agreements with third countries. Drafting responses to government and other external consultation documents. Preparing reports for governance committees and the Board and contributing to the teams annual statutory reporting responsibilities. Drafting briefing for senior staff who have engagement with the professional bodies. Implementing teams policies and procedures. When necessary supporting the Policy and Implementation team on projects to update and implement changes to teams processes. Engaging with and supporting other teams on cross-cutting activities such as policy and implementation projects and operational projects such as complaints handling and governance. Background Experience: A relevant professional accountancy qualification or equivalent with significant post-qualification experience or significant experience in a relevant regulatory role.Knowledge and understanding of the audit regulatory environment and the issues facing audit in general in the UK.Understanding of the UK Companies Act and its application to auditorsAppreciation of commercial, regulatory and other external influences on other parts of the regulator.Detailed knowledge of the processes and requirements for the training of auditors including syllabus, examinations and practical training.Knowledge of Audit Regulations, Delegation Agreements and the rules of the professional bodies.Knowledge of the Audit Regulation and Statutory Audit DirectiveIf you have similar experience to that outlined above and are looking for a new and exciting role to advance your career, please forward your CV today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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