Dublin | Ireland
Group Governance & Regulatory oversees and manages regulatory risk and relationships, compliance and operational risk, and analysis of overall risk at the Group level. It includes Group Regulatory Compliance and Operational Risk, Group Internal Audit, Group Legal Services and Group Secretariat.
Description of business unit
The Group Regulatory Compliance Mandate, in (a) setting out Group Compliance and Regulatory Risk`s (GCRR) role and remit with regard to performing a second line of defence in enabling compliance with Regulatory Obligations deriving from the Group`s regulated status; and (b) setting and assessing adherence to standards in respect of Regulatory Risk (which comprises Regulatory Compliance Risk and Regulatory Change Risk management) critically relies on the identification, compilation, maintenance and sustainment of Compliance Universes and consequent risk-rated Regulatory Obligations Repositories for the Group. These are key foundations for enabling the Group Regulatory Compliance Mandate.
Purpose of the Role
In this newly created position, the Compliance Enablement Manager is intrinsic in maintaining the currency of these existingUniverses andleading the expansion of these Universes to the remainder of the Group. This team also plays a critical role in the identification, maintenance and sustainment of the Regulatory Obligations Register. The identification and implementation of suitable `Reg Tech` solutions to support these Universes and Obligations Registers is also an important element of these roles.
Regulatory Compliance Universe(s):
This role involves:
Regulatory Obligations Repository
This role involves:
This role will also work with various stakeholders in terms of assessing, determining and implementing the most appropriate technology solution for the maintenance of the Universes, Obligations Repository and meeting stakeholder reporting and MI requirements.
Third level qualification in aRisk / Compliance / Financial / Business discipline.
Essential Skills & Experience
A knowledge of and familiarity with Databases. While not looking for a programmer, someone experienced managing and owning large data sets would be a benefit.
Planning and organisational skills and ability to lead and participate in a number of projects in dynamic environments
Strong communication skills and the ability to interact with mutliplebusiness units, formingstrong relationships with key staff members.
Good presentationcapabilityand an ability to solve problems and make decisions.
Advanced MS skills including (but not limited) to MS Access, MS Excel to facilitate data gathering, interrogation and maintenance.
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles will not be accepted for this role.
Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
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