Great opportunity to join this experienced team and make a valuable contribution to their risk management framework. Key to this role will be monitoring global and local developments in order to identify trends in regulatory and supervisory matters.
Key duties and responsibilities include
- Monitor global and local developments in order to identify trends in regulatory and supervisory matters in areas such as the reviews of Solvency 2, recovery planning or Insurance Capital Standard (ICS).
- Ensure proper assessment of emerging regulatory developments and co-ordinate preparation for those developments through preparatory or field testing exercises where relevant.
- Engage with key stakeholders across the Group to develop elements of our risk management framework in areas such as recovery planning, reflecting regulatory or supervisory considerations where appropriate.
- Participate in meetings with those trade bodies or public authorities.
- Provide group input and support to local or entity specific regulatory initiatives as appropriate with a view to ensuring a co-coordinated approach to those initiatives across the group.
- Contribute to the Prudential Affairs department role as it guides the group in its regulatory environment by helping the group to actively position itself and prepare for requirements to which it is or could be exposed.
Required experience & education
- A qualification or degree in actuarial sciences, risk management, law, mathematics, economics or political sciences.
- Overall knowledge of financial regulatory matters, preferably on insurance and reinsurance sectors.
- Strong analytical capabilities.
- Project management experience would be useful for this role.
- Strong ability to communicate and work in a multicultural environment
- Excellent command of written and oral English required
Eames Consulting is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.