Our client are a big 4 consultancy looking for driven consultants to advice their clients on regulatory business change. You will be working with front office COO's advising on things such as Brexit, LIBOR and trading operations models Ideally you will have worked in a FLOD role or a FO supervision role
You will be joining the Financial Services Risk & Regulation team who work with investment banks to deliver complex risk and regulatory change and remediation programmes.
Our teams are self-starting, agile and thrive on new and diverse challenges. We work across Front Office, Risk Management, Operations and Finance supporting critical business change initiatives and remediation programmes. We operate globally, working with our global network to deliver large scale change.
You will work across a range of projects to build a broad range of expertise and be passionate about delivering value and insights to your clients. As you progress, you’ll build your client relationship network and thrive on taking on new challenges in unfamiliar situations.
- Assist in the delivery of business change and conduct risk transformation projects, reporting progress to Senior Managers and above.
- Develop strategies to solve complex technical challenges; help companies rethink their approach to risk and control, and partner with our clients to deliver robust and sustainable change.
- Build and maintain effective working relationships with clients and help identify opportunities to broaden relationships with new and existing clients.
- Experience working within financial services risk and control projects either from a consulting, banking or regulatory perspective.
- Commercial awareness, sound reporting skills and the ability to work under your own initiative.
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
- Good attention to detail, and presentations skills (PowerPoint, Excel)
- An ability to effectively participate in varied projects within capital markets.
- The ability to work under pressure and deal with ambiguity.
- Relevant qualification is ideal but not essential e.g. ACA CFA.