Monitoring and Surveillance Business Manager

Contract @Charlie Watson in Compliance
  • Post Date : October 5, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 5, 2024
  • Salary: £550.00 - £550.00 / Daily
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  • Job ID 39385

Job Description

City of London


£550 per day

cer Financial are working alongside a bank who are based in the City of London. They are seeking a Monitoring and Surveillance Business Manager to work with them on a contract.

The Responsibilities of a Monitoring and Surveillance Business Manager Will Include:

  • Assist the Head of EMEA Monitoring and Surveillance with the development of the regional Monitoring and Surveillance strategy.
  • Perform quality assurance reviews on Monitoring and Surveillance outputs to ensure required standards are met consistently across EMEA, where applicable.
  • Support the timely execution of Management Information and intragroup KPIs; and
  • Coordinate EMEA Monitoring team meetings.
  • Liaise closely with key stakeholders across the three lines of defence throughout EMEA in order to gain external insight on key initiatives such as business strategies, key changes, new products & services, transformation activity etc.
  • Build and maintain effective relations between Monitoring and Surveillance and the business across EMEA.
  • Act as the Monitoring and Surveillance projects coordinator to effectively manage project stakeholders, deliverables, tasks and workflows.
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Proactively consider, and where appropriate, suggest enhancements, including process amendments in order to drive operational efficiencies and effectiveness both within the Monitoring and Surveillance Groups and with our stakeholders.

The Successful Monitoring and Surveillance Business Manager Will Have:

  • The role requires the candidate preferably to be educated to degree level with professional qualifications required.
  • Sound understanding of Monitoring and Surveillance.
  • Regulatory awareness and understanding of the emerging regulatory landscape.
  • Good knowledge and experience of financial services, markets, securities and banking activities.
  • Good awareness of financial and non-financial conduct areas.
  • The ability to build effective relationships across the three lines of defence throughout EMEA.
  • Sound understanding of the Group business strategy.
  • The ability to think commercially and strategically, executing the appropriate course of action in line with regulatory parameters.

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