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Regulatory Change & Policy Officer

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The details


Arthur are supporting a reputable Insurance Broker in adding a Regulatory Change & Policy Officer to their new central Compliance function.

This role is in the Central Compliance team supporting all four divisions. The role will be part of a Central Regulatory Change and Policy function and will:

  • Support in the identification of new regulatory requirements that will apply to the regulated entities.
  • Swiftly review and interpret new requirements and contribute to guidance to the Pillars.
  • Support in the oversight of progress of application of change by the pillars and encourage consistency of approach.
  • Support in the creation of compliance policy to achieve a consistent approach to regulation that will apply to each Pillar.

The Role

  • Working alongside the Regulatory Change & Policy Manager to set work priorities and activities to ensure appropriate and timely regulatory interaction.
  • Ensuring the timely completion of allocated tasks, activities and projects.
  • Reviewing new publications from regulators.
  • Interpreting, assessing application and preparing briefing communications for Pillar stakeholders.
  • Collaborating with Pillars to promote consistency of approach for new and existing regulatory requirements.
  • Tracking the Pillars’ progress in implementing new regulatory requirements and escalate to Pillar Compliance Leadership as appropriate.
  • Contributing to responses to regulator consultations.

About You

  • Strong understanding of FCA requirements specifically relating to Non-life insurance products within ICOBs (MCOBS & COBS, desirable but not essential).
  • Good knowledge of the FCA handbook and how to navigate it.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of insurance, principles, products and services.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a second line compliance role within a non-life insurance broker / insurer, ideally in a technical compliance role.
  • Experience of horizon scanning for regulatory change and summarising for peers or senior management.
  • Experience of retail, specialty and commercial insurance products.
  • Strong regulatory focus.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong organisational skills.
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