Regulatory Consultant - Mortgages, consumer credit and insurance


To deliver high quality regulatory advice to clients in the specialist areas of
mortgages, consumer credit and insurance (FCA focussed). To maximise our
presence within the industry to secure new clients and work.
Client delivery
·       Take personal responsibility for achieving the agreed billable hours target,
ensuring you have a sufficient pipeline of client work
·       Provide high quality advice and support to clients on a range of regulatory
compliance matters. This may include:
- conducting regulatory reviews
-   delivering training sessions and workshops for compliance staff and senior
-   assisting with authorisations
-  drafting policies and procedures
-   responding to ad-hoc and routine regulatory queries
·       Manage projects, often with multiple workstreams. This includes project
planning, budgeting, scheduling, resource management and project close-down.
·       Act as the main point of contact for a portfolio of clients. This may include:
-  responding to all queries, managing client expectations and delegating work,
where necessary
-   reviewing the work of colleagues and providing constructive feedback
-   ensuring accurate invoicing, timely payment and assisting the Finance team in
resolving any queries
-   dealing with any complaints quickly and effectively
·       Actively partner with global sector teams to support and deliver on shared
projects and responsibilities, where required
·       Adhere to the firm’s Quality Assurance Framework prior to submission to the
·       Accurately record all client time in the CRM system
·       Ensure all client files are in good order and details of relevant contacts are
updated in the CRM system
Business development
·       Take personal responsibility for achieving the agreed sales credit target
·       Build and maintain professional working relationships with clients, trade
bodies and the regulator(s)
·       Actively seek to increase pipeline by targeting new clients, as well as leveraging
existing client relationships to maximise opportunities for up-selling and cross-
·       Prepare well-presented, accurately priced proposals and present these to
prospective clients
·       Represent the firm at industry events, promoting the brand

·       Participate in internal events and training sessions such as client briefings and
roundtable events
·       Assist the team with marketing and business development activities.
·       Record all touch-points, leads, opportunities and proposals in the CRM system
Regulatory knowledge
·       Keep abreast of regulatory developments and understand how client activities
may be impacted
·       Develop a thorough understanding of clients’ businesses and requirements so
you can provide relevant and accurate advice
·   You’ll need to be flexible, hands-on and willing to tackle a broad range of
matters, which may be outside your main areas of expertise. An ability to grow your
network and take advantage of every opportunity to sell our services is also crucial.
·       Educated to degree level
·       Significant compliance-related experience gained at a financial institution,
legal practice, consultancy and/or the regulator
·       Proven track record of exceeding financial goals and sales targets; consulting
experience would be advantageous
·       Deep understanding of the FCA’s policies and procedures
·       Strong technical knowledge of mortgages, consumer credit and insurance (FCA
·       Experience translating regulatory rules and guidance into meaningful, fit-for-
purpose and pragmatic solutions for clients
·       Experience managing client relationships
·       Excellent Microsoft Office skills and experience using a CRM system would be
an advantage
·       Exceptional written and oral communication skills
·       Ability to confidently interact with Board and Executive level clients
·       Ability to prioritise multiple projects and engagements whilst meeting tight
·       Highly motivated individual who thrives in a fast-paced, high-pressure
·       Commercial acumen, with the ability to spot new opportunities and develop
·       Entrepreneurial mind-set and ‘can do’ attitude

Conor Byrne, Director, Banking and Financial Recruitment - Your e-Frontiers consultant for this job

With over 15 years of experience working in Financial Services in Sydney, Dublin and Hong Kong, Conor joins e-Frontiers as Director of Banking and Financial Services. He has worked for State Street and previously for Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, Conor brings a wealth of international experience within Financial Services. Having Managed large teams and being a hiring manager himself, Conor has a strong knowledge and hands on experience across a range of financial products, instruments as well as regulatory requirements. With Domain experience and a large network across a number of areas Conor and team add value to both Clients and Candidates

Specialises in: Hedge Fund administration, Private Equity, Asset Management, AML/KYC, Custody, Middle office, Compliance, Transfer Agency