Prudential Regulatory Policy Manager

Posted 27 April 2024
Salary £100000 - £110000 per annum
LocationLonden
Job type Permanent
Discipline Finance
ReferencePRRP_1711549789
Contact NameEavan Fitzpatrick

Job description

We are partnered with an International Bank who are currently looking for Prudential Regulatory Policy Manager, at Associate Director. The core focus of the role includes current and future policy and interpretation analysis and policy documentation focusing on prudential regulation primarily relating to capital adequacy, large exposure and concentration risk, and leverage.


The individual will be responsible for assessing the regulatory requirements related to these areas, liaising with the regulatory reporting teams, business areas, Finance and Risk functions to manage the internal life cycle of regulatory change with a core focus on analysis, interpretation and documentation of policies.



Key Responsibilities:

  • Documentation and ongoing review and maintenance of policies and interpretations for existing and new regulatory requirements
  • Analysis and communication of new regulatory publications from Basel, UK and EU regulators including revisions to Basel 3.1/CRR3 and related requirements.
  • Coordination of impact assessments of new regulatory updates for UK and EU entities.
  • Communication on regulatory developments to/from internal stakeholders and management.
  • Working with the reporting, risk and project teams to ensure regulatory change projects are delivered in line with the regulatory requirements.
  • Liaising with wider stakeholders across business areas, Risk, Controllers and Legal to develop appropriate requirements and solutions to manage regulatory capital resources.
  • Engagement with industry bodies including AFME, ISDA and UKF
  • Participation in ad hoc Finance initiatives and projects

Skills/Experience Required:

  • A very strong background and detailed technical understanding of UK/EU Prudential Regulatory topics including Basel 3.1 and CRR/CRD.
  • Excellent understanding of UK and European rules (including CRR, IFPR, IFR).
  • Regulatory policy or reporting experience in an investment bank or other relevant experience e.g. consultancy/regulator background.
  • Wholesale/investment banking product knowledge including derivatives and SFTs.


Inventum is passionate about equity, diversity and inclusion. We seek individuals from the widest talent pool and encourage diverse and underrepresented talent to apply for vacancies with us. Inventum is committed to ensuring our recruitment processes are fair to all applicants, regardless of background and personal characteristics.

Inventum Group is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.