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Provide project management expertise to support the identification and documentation of the key European Regulations.
Manage senior stakeholder workstreams related to RCM, including organising working groups and steering committee meetings.
Liaise with different Compliance groups (Compliance Advisory, Regulatory Development, Regulatory Policy and Services, Monitoring and Surveillance) to identify the regulations, controls and monitoring to be undertaken for the UK across the three segments (CM, WM, ITS) and their lines of business in the region.
Liaise with the First and other Second Lines of Defence groups to identify the key risks, controls and monitoring for the UK across the three segments (CM, WM, ITS) and their lines of business in the region.
Work closely with the Regulatory Developments team to ensure the incumbent remains abreast of key regulatory developments, which may need to be reflected in the RCM tool.
Ensure the data held within the RCM tool to ensure it is accurate and current.
Contribute to the enhancement of the global RCM program, methodology, governance and tool through close interaction with the global RCM program team.
Liaise closely with Compliance colleagues and other functions where applicable, both locally and globally, to ensure RBC UK is maintaining a consistent approach to RCM.
Develop and maintain metrics and management information for RCM including Monitoring and Testing and Issue Tracking.
Document the methodology, procedures and supporting documentation, which may subject to external review, is undertaken to a high standard and attention to detail.
Working knowledge of European and UK regulatory environment
Prior background within Regulatory and/or Conduct of business Compliance is required. Must be familiar with COBS, CASS and MAR
Previous project management experience is essential
Delivery focused, comfortable with hard deadlines and high volumes
Ability to multi-task in fast paced environment
Ability to negotiate and drive consensus across multiple stakeholders
Proven ability to communicate with senior stakeholders clearly and in an international capacity.
Ability to understand management ideas/needs and convert into something real, transforming theory into reality
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Previous exposure to Basel III, Liquidity Risk Management would be advantageous.
This is an ongoing temporary role and the client is willing to pay a competitive market rate per day for this opportunity.