Looking for an experienced Operations & Controls manager to join a leading Australian bank and help manage the global regulatory change initiatives.
An immersive 6 month contract opportunity to join a leading Australian Bank to manage global regulatory change initiatives to ensure Institutional Banking and Markets meets its regulatory compliance objectives.
You will provide subject matter expertise and support for the Director Regulatory Reform Oversight in relation to compliance obligations and risk management.
Specifically, you will:
Work with the Regulatory Controls team to develop, implement and improve the risk approach and control environment.
Work with the Regulatory Reform Implementation team to design and build control frameworks for regulatory rules (focusing on CFTC / Dodd-Frank obligations including trade reporting, clearing, margining, risk mitigation, business conduct and related rules).
Work with Line 2 to provide appropriate and timely regulatory reporting.
Maintain risks, issues, incidents and controls in the risk management system.
Lead and coordinate responses to business issues and regulator reporting inquiries.
Support the business respond appropriately to changing Board and regulatory expectations, business practices, processes and implementing new controls.
Our client is a leading Australian bank that has a growing presence in both the Sydney and the Asia Pacific markets. Work with a high-performing and extremely dynamic team that is friendly, experienced and deliverables focused.
THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE
To be successful in this role, you will have:
A strong understanding of Markets end to end processes from either working in Markets in a Trading role or working in a support area of Markets such as Line 1 Operations or Market Risk functions.
Strong understanding and knowledge of the risk and control environment in a major bank.
Experience implementing and improving processes from a risk and controls perspective at a major bank.
Experience testing controls to ensure design and operating effectiveness.