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This is a contractual position for an experienced project manager who possesses the ability to manage change initiatives in an efficient and controlled manner. They will play an invaluable role to help deliver the Financial Markets Infrastructure (FMI) regulatory requirements in accordance with the Bank of England's deadline of 1 January 2022. Purpose The purpose of the role is to provide analysis and support to meet key Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI) regulatory requirements across each of the 4 regions (ASEAN & South Asia, Greater China North Asia, Africa & Middle East, Europe & Americas). The role holder will work with the Group OCIR teams in Singapore, GBS KL, RRP, OCIR Country Coordinators, Regional Resilience Heads and Regional/Country Stakeholders to ensure continued effective delivery of the FMI deliverables. The role holder will also help prepare regulatory materials. Role & Responsibilities This role will require engagement with Transaction Banking, Retail Banking, Financial Markets, Technology & Operations to ensure the resolution readiness of our key clearing and settlement arrangements both internally and externally. Additionally, engagement will be required with our key functional stakeholders in Technology, Operations, Treasury, Risk, Finance and Compliance to support our deliverables. Project Management
Project manage the FMI deliverables in adherence with the Bank of England's requirements
Stakeholder management - partner with the FMI Owners to support contingency planning
Support engagement of FMI owners and FMI service providers
Use the set of project management tools including RAID log, RACI, scorecards etc to record and report our deliverables and progress
Run individual workstream initiatives independently and reporting back to the team
Working with OCIR GBS team in Kuala Lumpur
FMI Questionnaire & Playbook
Obtain completed questionnaires from the FMI Owners
Collate and interpret questionnaire responses. Analyse trends and key themes
Quality assurance of data and answers
Partner with the businesses and FMI Owners to create FMI specific playbooks
Implement controls and testing of playbook actions
FMI Data Reporting
Manage FMI transaction data gathering across TB, RB, FM, Treasury, Risk, Finance, Tech & Ops to support the regulatory reporting requirements
Provide regular reporting of key FMI metrics
Respond to ad hoc data requirements to support regulatory enquiries
Oversee implementation of data automation:
Manage the implementation of a FMI data reporting system (where appropriate) or produce manual reports on FMI transaction data usage
Coordinate across TB, RB, FM, Tech & Ops to ensure ongoing maintenance of the accuracy and completeness of FMI data
Support interpretation of emerging regulations
Build and ensure delivery of workplans to enable regulatory compliance
Help prepare responses to regulator questions and policies
Required Skills & Experience
10-12 years of experience including in a Project role within the Bank is preferred; Exposure to a large-scale Programme is preferred.
Experience in dealing with Operational Risk and other Risk Type Frameworks
Experience in designing Dashboards and Metrics for monitoring and senior management escalation.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills to communicate with Business and Regional Stakeholders. Confident in communicating with senior Business members.
Strong interpersonal and stakeholder management skills, across various levels in the organization
Good understanding of Risk Governance within the Bank, including systems used.
Experience with 'agile' ways of working.
About Standard Chartered We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It's about showing how you embody our valued behaviours - do the right thing, better together and never settle - as well as our brand promise, Here for good. We're committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture - one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.