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Pictet is an investment-led service company, offering wealth management, asset management and related services. We are a partnership of seven owner managers and our principles of succession and transmission of ownership have remained unchanged since foundation in 1805.
Our purpose is to build responsible partnerships with our clients, communities, and the companies in which we invest, in order to safeguard and transmit wealth, of all kinds, in the service of the real economy.
With more than CHF 576 billion in assets under management or custody at 31 December 2019, Pictet is today one of the leading Europe-based independent wealth and asset managers.
Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and founded there, Pictet today employs more than 4,200 people. It has 28 offices in: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Brussels, Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, Lausanne, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Monaco, Montreal, Munich, Nassau, Osaka, Paris, Rome, Singapore, Stuttgart, Taipei, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Turin, Verona and Zurich.
You will be joining the Group's Regulatory Office, a dynamic cross-entity team responsible within the Pictet Group for groupwide public policy, regulatory watch and regulatory projects. You will join the European part of the team, reporting to Pictet & Cie (Europe) SA's Regulatory Affairs Coordinator in Luxembourg and to Head of Group Regulatory Projects in Geneva. You will work in close contact with all departments and business lines (banking, asset management, asset services and trading) across the Group (Luxembourg, Geneva, London, Paris, Hong Kong, etc.) on a broad range of regulatory projects.
Project management of regulatory projects involving multiple departments / business lines / geographical sites.
Liaising with internal stakeholders in Luxembourg and Geneva on regulatory matters affecting the Luxembourg bank and its branches.
Anticipating the likely impact of regulatory changes and coordinating efforts to prepare for them.
University degree in Business Administration, Law, Finance and/or Engineering.
At least five years' experience in project management working for a banking group, an asset manager or a consulting firm.
Previous experience of dealing with EU regulations (CRD, MiFID, EMIR, etc.) and Luxembourg regulatory requirements.
Very good command of French, both written and spoken. Fluency in English is a must.
Excellent command of MS Office, in particular PowerPoint and Excel. MS Project skills would be appreciated.
As the chosen candidate, you will have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and be methodical and dynamic, able to drive regulatory projects onboarding a wide range of stakeholders across the Group. You will be keen to join a team where you can demonstrate your organisational flair and your ability to work as part of a team. Your approachability, versatility and ability to withstand stress will help to ensure that you successfully complete the various tasks for which you will be responsible. Finally, your initiative and foresight will allow you to develop solutions to successfully manage regulatory projects in harmony with the Group's business model.