The consultancy market is HOT right now and I have a number of opportunities from Senior Associate through to Director level to speak to you about.
My clients include a global law firm (where I have been retained to find the best candidates on the market), a Big 4, and everything in-between.
My clients have ambitious growth plans in London and have an immediate need to hire Senior Analysts, Consultants, Managers, Senior Managers, Associate Directors and Directors to join their regulatory consulting teams in London to focus on working with their existing, and rapidly growing client base who range from financial services, wealth management and insurance.
These roles are mainly project delivery opportunities where you will be responsible for supporting and delivering and leading assigned elements of client work, as well as assisting with technical research and the production of technical materials. You will also participate more generally in the development and growth of the team whilst actively contributing to team utilisation targets.
Main responsibilities will include working with colleagues on a wide range of regulatory projects areas across multiple sub-sectors of the financial services market, such as preparing for and implementing regulatory change, preparation of applications for firms to become regulated by the FCA and PRA, fund applications, variations of permissions, regulatory due diligence, ongoing regulatory compliance support, provision of outsourced compliance and internal audit services, regulatory health-checks and assurance, and conduct and culture evaluations.
If you'd like to boost your career as a Consultant with some pretty amazing firms. Please send me your CV outlining the below to email@example.com
Regulatory-related experience gained at a financial services institution, legal practice, consultancy or the regulator;
A good general understanding of FCA rules and regulations;
A particular interest in developing knowledge of governance requirements and conduct issues affecting anyone of the following sectors: wealth, banking, insurance, pensions, consumer lending or other regulated sub-sectors;