Administrator - Risk Governance & Regulatory Liaison

Location Manchester
Discipline: Internal
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Ghislaine Aldred

Contact email:
Job ref: 024502
Published: 20 days ago

Administrator – Risk Governance & Regulatory Affairs

Manchester / Remote



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A great opportunity for an internal candidate looking to enter into our risk area, with support and training options available for the skills in this role.


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The teams are responsible to manage their shared mailboxes (Risk Governance & Regulatory Liaison) ensuring timely responses to internal and external stakeholders, including the Bank’s Regulators.  In a scenario, the PRA have requested some specific information which needs to be provided today. Also the Director of Risk Governance, Regulatory Affairs & Prudential Oversight has requested a Governance Committee be arranged today. How would you manage both these requests?


The role:


The main purpose of the role is to provide administration support within Risk Governance and Regulatory Liaison in line with the annual plan of activity.


Key Accountabilities:


Risk Governance Administration

  • Support the Risk Governance team with co-ordination and administration activities as requested by the Risk Governance Manager.
  • Manage the Risk Governance mailbox, ensuring emails are responded to in a timely manner by the relevant member of the team.
  • Assist in the review and on-going maintenance of Risk related documentation such as policies and control standards, processes and information.
  • Undertake regular reviews of the Risk Intranet pages ensuring all documentation and information is current and user friendly.
  • Support the development of a process library and Risk Governance process mapping.
  • To ensure Risk Oversight Committee meetings are diarised and conducted as appropriate
  • To collate MI and papers for Risk Oversight Committee packs and circulate to committee members and standing invitees, as required.

Regulatory Liaison Administration

*       Responsible for regulatory administration, including taking the minutes at required Regulatory meetings, recording actions, tracking attendees, following up and closing down actions and producing a catalogue of minutes at an externally auditable standard

  • Assist with the maintenance of the Reg Comms mailbox, ensuring that emails are responded to in a timely manner with the required oversight by Senior Management and 2nd line risk.

*       Maintain the internal regulatory meetings and actions tracker, ensuring actions are tracked to appropriate deadlines and consider continuous improvements to team processes

*       Experience of co-ordinating Senior Management and Executive teams and owning schedule of regulatory meetings


Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required:


*       Competent in all Microsoft applications including Word and PowerPoint, proficiency in Excel is desirable.

*       Competent in use of Adobe Acrobat Professional DC

*       Competent in use of other key Bank systems in particular Outlook and IT Service Portal.

*       Experience of providing secretariat and/or governance duties within a risk environment or within the financial services industry. Regulatory / Technical Minute taking experience is desirable.

*       Experience of working in a role where discretion, sensitivity and confidentiality are a high priority.

  • Experience of diary management and prioritising conflicting requests.
  • Confident and able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing with colleagues at all levels.
  • Ability to deal with multiple issues, tasks and priorities concurrently, working well under pressure to complete responsibilities within the identified deadlines

*       Excellent record keeping skills

  • Will be required to show initiative and judgement and be comfortable making decisions.

*       A willingness to own / tackle problems as they arise, able to identify issues for upward referral.

  • Knowledge of risk and internal control is desirable;
  • Strong stakeholder management and experience of dealing with leaders across the spectrum of management;