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Compliance Advisory Analyst (Insurance)

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Compliance Analyst (Advisory)

Based in London reporting to a Compliance Manager, the Compliance Analyst will use their skills, knowledge and experience to assist the Compliance Manager (Advisory) in the provision of timely, top-quality compliance advice to a range of business stakeholders and to the firm’s governing bodies. In doing so, the capability to ‘see the big picture beyond the task at hand’, as well as a strong detail orientation, will be crucial to success.
This role will also support the culture of compliance and good governance for our Lloyd’s Managing Agency platform.  
What you will do
Assist the Compliance Manager (Advisory) in the following areas:

  • Horizon Scanning
  • Training (mandatory and ad hoc / bespoke)
  • Responding to questions and information requests from business stakeholders
  • Handling referrals, including:
    • Broker on-boarding
    • Coverholder on-boarding
    • KYC assessments
    • Financial Crime matters
    • Sanctions & Embargoes (including batch screening output)
    • New products (Consumer Duty / Conduct)
  • Business Timetable management
  • Preparation of Regulatory returns (as assigned to Compliance)
  • Complaint handling and record keeping
  • Preparation of status reports
  • Preparatory work in the event of regulatory inspections and information requests


  • Act with integrity
  • Act with due skill, care and diligence
  • Be open and co-operative with Lloyd’s, the FCA, PRA and other relevant bodies
  • Act to deliver good outcomes for customers
  • Observe proper standards of market conduct

What you require for the role

  • A working knowledge of relevant Lloyd’s, FCA and PRA requirements
  • Relevant experience in a Managing Agent or general insurer
  • Good understanding of the compliance advisory role, purpose and practice
  • Working knowledge of financial crime related regulations, including sanctions
  • Report writing skills
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels
  • Ability to think critically, identify and analyse problems, and develop effective solutions
  • Proven track record of delivering assignments on time and to the required standard
  • Adaptability and a willingness to learn and improve processes
  • Self-motivated, proactive, collaborative and helpful to colleagues; following up tasks appropriately and keeping the team up to date on activities and progress
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