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      • northampton, east midlands
      • contract
      • competitive
      • randstad financial services
      Overall Purpose of Role Reporting to Vice President, Payments Compliance, the incumbent will fill a key role within the UK advisory team in Payments, providing compliance advisory support, operational execution and reporting functions for the UK team and businesses. Key Accountabilities ∙ Act as a trusted Advisory point of contact for the business with regards to regulatory and conduct related queries ∙ Lead and present to Compliance senior management on Compliance assessments of new and amended products, and product reviews. ∙ Review incidents and risk events to provide timely Compliance/Conduct direction and advice with regards to fixes and redress/remediation ∙ Ensure all risks and issues identified are appropriately logged, tracked and are only closed when acceptable evidence has been supplied to justify closure ∙ Ensure all conduct and other regulatory risk issues are escalated promptly ∙ Provide timely and relevant regular and ad-hoc reports as required both internally and externally, for governance committees, for example. ∙ Review customer communications including but not limited to for example, collections letters, incident related communications, marketing material. ∙ Advise on regulatory matters such as Collections and Complaints ∙ Liaise with international colleagues where required Stakeholder Management and Leadership Key stakeholders will be the Director of Compliance for Payments and the Managing Director of Payments, European Consumer Business and Platforms Compliance. The incumbent will support interaction with key UK stakeholders as required, as well as with the cross-BI reporting teams. Interaction will also be required with key stakeholders across all levels of Compliance and the Payments business. Risk and Control Objective Ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Policies and Policy Standards. Person Specification Candidates for this role will have experience of operating within the Compliance function of a major international firm. They will ideally have experience of working within an advisory team, within a credit cards or payments context. They will respond well to pressure and be adaptable to changing circumstances in what is a fast-paced business; they will be able to contribute fully to the team's ability to meet tight deadlines. Essential Skills/Basic Qualifications: ∙ Broad technical compliance knowledge and experience of building relationships with regulatory bodies and key business partners to implement required change programmes. ∙ Strong communication, interpersonal and analytical skills ∙ PC-literate with appropriate knowledge in the following systems: PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook Desirable skills/Preferred Qualifications: ∙ Ideally have experience of working within an advisory team, within a credit cards or payments context ∙ Experience of monitoring regulatory compliance processes, practices, risks and customer outcomes in a financial services institutionRandstad 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
      Overall Purpose of Role Reporting to Vice President, Payments Compliance, the incumbent will fill a key role within the UK advisory team in Payments, providing compliance advisory support, operational execution and reporting functions for the UK team and businesses. Key Accountabilities ∙ Act as a trusted Advisory point of contact for the business with regards to regulatory and conduct related queries ∙ Lead and present to Compliance senior management on Compliance assessments of new and amended products, and product reviews. ∙ Review incidents and risk events to provide timely Compliance/Conduct direction and advice with regards to fixes and redress/remediation ∙ Ensure all risks and issues identified are appropriately logged, tracked and are only closed when acceptable evidence has been supplied to justify closure ∙ Ensure all conduct and other regulatory risk issues are escalated promptly ∙ Provide timely and relevant regular and ad-hoc reports as required both internally and externally, for governance committees, for example. ∙ Review customer communications including but not limited to for example, collections letters, incident related communications, marketing material. ∙ Advise on regulatory matters such as Collections and Complaints ∙ Liaise with international colleagues where required Stakeholder Management and Leadership Key stakeholders will be the Director of Compliance for Payments and the Managing Director of Payments, European Consumer Business and Platforms Compliance. The incumbent will support interaction with key UK stakeholders as required, as well as with the cross-BI reporting teams. Interaction will also be required with key stakeholders across all levels of Compliance and the Payments business. Risk and Control Objective Ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Policies and Policy Standards. Person Specification Candidates for this role will have experience of operating within the Compliance function of a major international firm. They will ideally have experience of working within an advisory team, within a credit cards or payments context. They will respond well to pressure and be adaptable to changing circumstances in what is a fast-paced business; they will be able to contribute fully to the team's ability to meet tight deadlines. Essential Skills/Basic Qualifications: ∙ Broad technical compliance knowledge and experience of building relationships with regulatory bodies and key business partners to implement required change programmes. ∙ Strong communication, interpersonal and analytical skills ∙ PC-literate with appropriate knowledge in the following systems: PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook Desirable skills/Preferred Qualifications: ∙ Ideally have experience of working within an advisory team, within a credit cards or payments context ∙ Experience of monitoring regulatory compliance processes, practices, risks and customer outcomes in a financial services institutionRandstad 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

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