HSBC Service Delivery (Polska) Sp. z o.o. is a part of HSBC Holdings plc, the parent company of the HSBC Group, headquartered in London. The Group serves customers worldwide from over 6,300 offices in over 75 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. Currently, we are looking for a candidate for the position of:
Manager - Regulatory Developments, Risk Assessment (German or French or Spanish)
Ref No: RC/MRD/GFS/01/2018
RC Operations, Regulatory Affairs & Policy (RAP) is a part of the Regulatory Compliance (RC) function. The role will be responsible for the identification and oversight of material RC and FCC regulatory developments, supporting the Group to address regulatory change. The Global RAP functions operate to ensure that there are ‘no surprises’ in relation to material Regulatory Developments, Regulatory Engagements or Policy Governance. It will also support the surveillance of market abuse as required.
The continued pace of change means that the Global and European RAP team has an on-going need for a regulatory development assistant manager to take responsibility and drive greater consistency in approaches globally and across the Europe, including developing and implementing areas of best practice that support our “no surprises” culture.
- Responsible for data standards in RAPid and the proactive engagement with countries and regions regarding improvements.
- Support production of management information used by the Global and European Regulatory Development teams.
- Regulatory Affairs & Policy (RAP) is a part of the Regulatory Compliance (RC) function and provides support to the wider Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) functions in the following areas:
- Regulatory Engagement: delivering proactive and more consistent management and oversight of regulator relationships globally;
- Regulatory Development: identification and oversight of material RC and FCC regulatory developments, supporting the Group to address regulatory change; and,
- Policy Governance: implementing and managing the infrastructure to support the development and maintenance (including dispensations from) RC and FCC policy (and associated documents) in the Group’s Global Standards Manual and RC and FCC owned FIM.
- Provide technical analysis and associated ad-hoc support across a range of EU and non-EU legislative be and regulatory change,
- Support the Global and European Regulatory Developments team in the delivery of its annual plan.
- Support the development of policies, procedures and guidance as required. Work with others within RAP to ensure that these are embedded on a consistent basis.
- Ensure that all operational controls, MI and optimisation of the service in line with the Performance Level Agreement are driven effectively and to time.
- Support members of the European RAP functions in ensuring timely analysis of EU and non-EU related developments.
- Develop and maintain constructive relationships with relevant stakeholders.
- Ensure all management and development of the team is given a high priority, with regular one to one’s. Attrition is kept to low levels, within the norm and that all controls are effective. Staff are motivated, coached and supported.
- Ensure appropriate analysis, reporting and dissemination of relevant regulatory developments to allow an overall view of the Group’s exposures to material regulatory change.
- At least one other European language (GERMAN, FRENCH, SPANISH), as well as a high standard of English highly desirable.
- Knowledge of financial services gained by working in a legal or compliance function in HSBC or another bank, trade body, government department, regulator or Parliament.
- Excellent written and analytical skills and a willingness to challenge assessments and conclusions of potentially more senior colleagues.
- Prior experience working in regulatory or legal developments, ideally around the retail, consumer protection, data, cyber agendas. Broad knowledge of regulatory risks and industry good practices, especially in the context of the EU regulatory /development agenda.
- Courageous integrity – leading with the best interest of business in mind.
- Navigating – understanding and translating strategy into own team and aligning directions accordingly.
- Aspiring – being ambitious about providing the highest standards of delivery and embedding them in the team.
- Driving – setting stretching goals for self and team and delivering them with courage and tenacity.
- Mobilising – authentically engaging with team, colleagues and business partners to deliver at pace.
- Sustaining- making considered decisions that protect and enhance HSBC values, reputation and business.
- Degree or higher degree, related professional experience (Legal qualifications may be advantageous but are not essential.)
- High energy and results oriented as both an individual contributor, and as a member of a team.
- A high degree of professionalism and integrity.
- Stable job in professional team
- Interesting career path in an international organization
- Private health care, employees’ benefits
- Courses & training for our employees
- Modern office buildings near the city center of Kraków
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