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Compliance Regulatory Manager (Insurance)

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Compliance Regulatory Manager (Insurance)

This is a great role within the 2LOD and will report directly to the Group Head of Compliance. 
If you have experience covering PROD, T&C, ICOBS, Conduct Risk, COI, financial promotions, complaints, gifts and hospitality, SMCR and would like more information please apply below. 

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  • Location flexible (UK)


  • Support the business by keeping up with regulatory developments and publications from the FCA and also other relevant bodies 
  • Material Developments, the Regulatory Manager will develop tools e.g. gap analyses to support the business assess in detail the implications for their area and planning templates
  • Work closely with the Group Head of Compliance and Group Conduct Officers to coordinate resulting actions
  • Improve and develop additional policies and procedures as the Group function continues to develop and the regulatory landscape continues to change
  • Responsible for ensuring there is appropriate communication and training for policies
  • Ensuring policies have sufficient visibility and profile and are tailored to their audience is a key focus of this role
  • Ensuring that policies, training and other tools such as FAQs, posters etc. help stakeholders understand what is required of them


  • Previous experience of undertaking a similar role ideally in other insurance intermediaries or commercial Insurers. 
  • 5+ years compliance experience covering core areas including PROD, T&C, ICOBS, Conduct Risk, COI, financial promotions, complaints, gifts and hospitality, SMCR, regulatory relationships, incentives etc.
  • Knowledge of and is familiar with delegated authority procedures and an awareness of Lloyd’s processes would be an advantage
  • Confident, persuasive and articulate communicator and capable of robust dialogue;
  • Proven track record in working with the business to implement regulatory improvement and change;
  • Strong technical, practical and working knowledge of FCA GI regulation including the IDD, and various distribution methods including B2B and B2C via face to face, distance and web-based sales. 
  • Knowledge of other relevant regulation/legislation such as GDPR and financial crime would be is desirable but not essential
  • Basic understanding of risk management principles and practice would be beneficial
  • Educated to degree level, ACII or compliance qualification would be an advantage
  • Experience working in a dynamic and changing environment across a wide range of subject matter and business operations and working autonomously and as a member of the team.
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