Interim Regulatory Policy Reporting Analyst * Hybrid Working * - PSR 1JP00047164
Pay Rate: Up to £350 per day pay range subject to IR35 status
Please note: Specialist Banking Knowledge is a must – reports
Main duties and responsibilities;:
- Work on issues related to implementation of the Basel 3.1 framework into UK rules and regulations, working on specific credit risk policy and reporting issues for both the internal ratings based (IRB) approach and standardised approach (SA) for credit risk.
- Contribute to the implementation of final Basel 3 standards (the latest package of post-crisis reforms adopted in December 2017, known as ‘Basel 3.1’) for the IRB and SA approaches in the UK, and contribute to cross-team analysis on issues arising in relation to the credit risk mitigation (CRM) framework
- Engage with colleagues and senior committees, on policy issues relating to IRB and SA;
- Lead on forming evidence-based views on issues arising for the IRB and SA approach, and collaborating closely within PPD and other parts of the Bank where appropriate;
- Lead on redesigning existing, and developing new, reporting templates for the Credit Risk related aspects of the new Basel 3.1 framework.
- Strong analytical skills, including expertise in using data to support robust evidence-based policy recommendations.
- Detailed knowledge of UK banking regulatory reporting requirements.
- Understanding of the SA, IRB & CRM frameworks, including knowledge of the relevant sections of the UK on-shored CRR, Basel 2 and the final Basel 3 standards.
- Knowledge of how credit risk and capital requirements influence the behaviour of banks and impact on the wider financial system.
- Knowledge and understanding of how regulatory policy is developed and implemented within the UK, the EU and globally.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, specifically the ability to concisely communicate technical concepts to a non-expert audience, and prepare publications.
- Confidence in engaging in policy debates, drawing on existing evidence and/or identifying evidence to support innovative solutions.
- Ability to learn quickly, adapt to changing external circumstances, and deliver to high standards under time pressure.
- Sound judgement, resourcefulness and resolve for delivering complex projects.
- The ability to build trust and rapport, at all levels of seniority
- A collaborative approach and ability to make a significant contribution to the wider work of the Banking Policy Division.
Please note: Active SC security clearance is a must and be in date
“Essential Requirements” – Please check to ensure that your CV addresses the following items:
- Our clients are generally seeking applicants who are reasonably local, not that they would exclude candidates willing to travel/relocate, so on that basis we would ideally like you to supply us with your address (or at least your post code) and a telephone number so that we can reach you during working hours
- Your recent UK working experience going back at least 5 years, or full employment history if you have been working for fewer years than this.
- Your availability to work either immediately, or at short notice.
- Qualifications and experience relevant to the job role – please give full details within your CV document
- Active SC security clearance is a must and be in date
Other preferable/desirable details to include on your CV, if applicable:
- Any local authority/public sector experience
- Any relevant qualifications held or being studied for