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EMEA Regional Control Office - Regional Controls Analytics and Governance - Associate

Req #: 170072593
Location: London, ENG, UK
Job Category: Operations
Potential Referral Amount: 3500 Pound Sterling (GBP)
The EMEA Regional Control Office (RCO) implements the regional control framework and local governance process across all locations and lines of business, driving  internal control improvements and providing a holistic and aggregated view of all aspects of operational risk control matters at the location and regional level. 
A key piece regional risk management is the support of the governance committees that support the risk management framework, to ensure operational risk and control related regional issues are promptly escalated and addressed, and that remedial actions are fully embedded with issue owners and resolved in  a timely manner.
The EMEA Regional Control Office Associate would report into the EMEA Regional Control Office Governance Lead, Sophia Butt.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:-
  • Support specific reporting requirements in relation to governance, for the Operational Risk and Control Committee (“ORCC”) Secretariat function, this will involve taking appropriate minutes, action tracking and follow up.
  • Strong financial background and knowledge of the Business Control Officer organization.
  • Manage data collection and timely reporting for ORCC reports in accordance with strict deadlines.
  • Review topics for governance focus, financial analysis for status and ensuring a month on month trending view is supplied.
  • Reviewing internal material from control functions and LOBs to identify potential topics for inclusion at governance to drive improvements to risk management for the region.
  • Work with business and corporate contacts across the region to ensure a proactive view of upcoming themes on an ongoing basis.
  • Participate in deep dives on key themes and trends to bring topics to governance as needed.
  • Partner with the, Business Control Officer and RCO team and Secretariat functions as required to support the ORCC.
  • Develop and build a strong network of internal stakeholder relationships in support of delivering the ORCC materials.
  • Continuous review and development of processes to provide opportunities for improvements in efficiency.
  • Provide secretariat support, including planning, organising and follow ups in line with regulator or EMEA Regional Control Office requests as and when required.
 
  • Professional experience in a regulatory, risk, finance or audit background with demonstrated career progression
  • Track record in acting in a review function, providing thoughtful and constructive input
  • Ability to reconcile, analyse and interpret data, and to summarise key messages for  providing commentary
  • Attention to detail and ability to present work accurately and professionally both verbally and in writing.
  • Excellent communication, relationship building and influencing skills; including written and oral communication skills with the ability to present information in differing degrees of detail and form depending on audience
  • Flexibility and ability to partner with other team members across global time zones
  • Proactive, self starter able to consistently deliver work of a high standard whilst under pressure, comfortable working independently in a dynamic and challenging environment.
  • Strong skills in time management with the ability to manage complex work plans, conflicting priorities and the ability to multi-task when required.
  • Team player who works well with colleagues of all levels in achieving results, and willing to take personal accountability
  • Presence and ability to engage with senior management;
  • Proficient Microsoft Office skills, including Power Point and Excel

 

 
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