Our Compliance & Regulatory Risk division consists of a number of specialist business units which oversee and help Bank of Ireland manage regulatory and operational risk. As the regulatory environment continues to change, this division is key in supporting the business to achieve our strategic objectives. The division leads Bank of Ireland's dealing with the Financial Regulators, provides independent assurance and conducts risk analysis of the overall risk profile of Bank of Ireland Group.
This Programme will provide you with the opportunity to understand and contribute to the management of risk across the entire enterprise whilst, at the same time, gaining a unique insight into how all areas of Bank of Ireland operate.
This two year programme consists of a minimum of three placements within a number of specialist risk areas. Working in this division will provide you with an opportunity to develop technical and soft skills along with an insight into all other areas of the Group, which will set you up for success in your future banking career.
As part of the programme, you can expect to gain solid risk and compliance analysis and management skills, business engagement competencies and develop strong quantitative and qualitative critical reasoning techniques. There is also opportunity to work towards a formal risk and/or compliance qualification with educational sponsorship throughout your studies, including fees and study leave.
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
LLB, Dublin Business School & LLM International Business Law, Kings College London
I applied for the Bank of Ireland Risk Programme as it was obvious that there was substantial investment in the compliance and risk functions. This suggested that it would be a very exciting time to join the organisation and focus within this particular field, and so I joined!
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