Director, MiFID post-trade reporting, CFCC Advisory, Operations
Conduct regulatory analysis, impact assessment and implementation of any changes to MiFID post trade reporting regimes e.g. ESMA Q&A, FCA MarketWatch. Conduct regulatory analysis, impact assessment and implementation of any changes to MiFID post trade reporting regimes e.g. ESMA Q&A, FCA MarketWatch. Ensure, from a second line perspective, that there are appropriate operational controls and assist the first line process owner with the development of any additional controls for identified gaps. Understand the technical aspects of all systems related to the reporting including accompanying operational process and controls, then assist in the alignment to industry best practice and the closure of any compliance gaps or breaches. Provide Compliance advice to the Regulatory Operations and Regulatory Technology reporting teams, assist with their queries and help resolve reporting issues. Represent CFCC Operations on relevant internal and external industry working groups and provide thought leadership in the development of transaction reporting regulations globally. Liaise with senior stakeholders on issues identified with MiFID post trade reporting e.g. errors and omissions, or systemic and thematic interruptions. Display exemplary conduct, integrity, ethics, independence, resilience and live by the Group's Values and Code of Conduct. Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across Standard Chartered Bank. This includes understanding and ensuring compliance with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and the Group Code of Conduct. Our Ideal Candidate We are looking for someone who has the following skills and experience: Good knowledge of MiFID, and possibly EMIR or SFTR, reporting and other global trade and transaction reporting rules and regulations. Familiarity with emerging reporting themes e.g. data harmonisation, adoption of standards, FCA and ESMA Brexit planning, supervisory reporting consultations and the current areas of regulatory scrutiny. Ability to understand and the ability to interpret technical regulatory requirements as well as the tenacity to build a detailed understanding of technology systems and architecture. Ability to consider matters from an end-to-end perspective, including looking at reporting related matters from the initial policy statements, more detailed procedural aspects, training requirements, assurance testing and monitoring. Good educational background with advanced written English skills, task management and organisational skills. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills are required. Able to handle sensitive matters at all levels of the organisation with discretion and confidentiality. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and multi- cultural awareness and sensitivity. Ability to operate within a geographically dispersed and highly varied stakeholder base. Ability to collaborate and work dynamically across country, region, business and group stakeholders. Identification of potential regulatory risks facing the business (either conduct or regulatory related), beyond the most obvious risks. Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.