Senior Regulatory Consultant Senior Regulatory Consultant …

Quilter
in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 03 Aug 20
Competitive
Quilter
in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 03 Aug 20
Competitive
Senior Regulatory Consultant
The main purpose of our Senior Regulatory Consultant role is to ensure Quilter Financial Planning (QFP) maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of the regulatory environment in which it operates, such that it remains within the boundaries of its regulatory permissions and licenses while being positioned to take advantage of the 'opportunity risk' that regulatory change and development may present. The roleholder will act as a regulatory specialist within QFP's 2nd line risk and compliance function and produce regulatory policy and other output tailored to the needs and requirements of the business. The provision of clear policy analysis and direction to the business on regulatory change and developments will be a key and critical deliverable.

About us
Quilter Financial Planning is part of Quilter, a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio over £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Established in 2006, we've grown to become the UK's largest distributor of financial advice. In fact, over 3,000 advisers have chosen us as the place to develop and grow their businesses. Why, because we have the size, financial strength and people with the knowledge and expertise to help advisers achieve more. You won't just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here either. You'll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development.

About the role

Some of the key responsibilities of this role are:
  • Conduct 'horizon scanning' in respect of the regulatory landscape, producing a periodic report for relevant internal stakeholders;
  • Provide advice and guidance to the Board, Executive, all relevant Committees and stakeholders regarding regulatory change and its impact in order to achieve compliance and maximise competitive advantage;
  • Develop and maintain the suite of policies required to meet regulatory requirements;
  • Contribute to and share responsibility for the regulatory training plan. Work with the Learning & Development team to design and deliver regulatory risk training material for the business and Advisers and to monitor compliance with compulsory training;
  • Provide PROD expertise to relevant projects and other activity.
  • Provides timely, effective and insightful MI and reporting on regulatory changes and themes, which makes an effective contribution to the assessment of QFP's risk profile relative to risk appetite and enables oversight committees to discharge their duties with confidence;
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