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This Programme has been formed (which is being co-led by Group Treasury and Finance Change) to enable the client to comply with the Bank or England's (BoE) RAF requirements and to adopt and embed resolvability capability across the Group i.e. across many Global Businesses, Functions and HOST and in more than 10 countries. This Programme, must be able to achieve three main outcomes under the RAF:
Have adequate financial resources in resolution
Be able to continue doing business through resolution and restructuring
Be able to coordinate and communicate effectively internally and with the authorities and markets
The Programme Manager's role includes:
To provide the link between the three sub-workstreams of the Management, Governance and Communications in Resolution, reporting up to senior management on the workstreams, attending programme wide meetings
Lead the MGC team to ensure all reporting, RAID, programme plan and programme activities are completed.
Join-up the three sub-workstreams, chairing the fortnightly Working Group and team meetings, drawing out risks to delivery and ensuring there is a plan to address them.
Manage engaging with senior stakeholders across the three sub-workstreams
Maintain wider stakeholder engagement across the RAF programme to support with issue resolution/escalation, and horizon scanning to keep abreast of programme developments impacting sub-workstreams
Required Knowledge and Experience
An experienced and established professional; a typical good candidate would have >10 years industry experience
Experienced Programme Manager
Previous RAF experience is desirable
Experience within large change programmes
Experience working with senior stakeholders
Line management experience
Knowledge of the wider regulatory context and trends in financial services
Well rounded degree-level educational background
Required Qualities/Abilities (priority order)
Verbal Communications skills, including in presentations to large and senior meetings and audiences
Ability to work in a global context, recognizing variations in context and constraint between countries
Ability to articulate outcomes in a wider business context
Written skills to support with documentation of capabilities
Can work to demanding deadlines under pressure
Well organized; conducting activities through planning
Ability to impart knowledge to others, thus facilitating the development of a multi-skilled team
Ability to build a reputation for expertise and professionalism amongst key stakeholders, customers and colleagues
Open and approachable manner, working well as part of a wider team