Drive the development and implementation of EIB’s Best Banking Practice (BBP) framework and risk management policies, ensuring compliance with financial regulations considered applicable as BBP, in order to mitigate business risk and/or maximise operational efficiency and quality
Reporting to the Head of Regulatory Surveillance & Policy Unit, you will work in close cooperation with colleagues in the Regulation & Reporting Division and across EIB Group Risk. You will also have regular contact with colleagues in other EIB Directorates, as well as with internal/external auditors and consultants, and will establish a network of external contacts in your area of activity
- Provide strategic advice to RM management on regulatory issues and advise RM services on the implementation of policies, procedures and controls
- Assess qualitative and quantitative impacts of relevant regulatory developments on EIB’s activities
- Build and maintain a comprehensive inventory of relevant regulations and guidelines issued by international and EU institutions
- Survey and analyse regulatory developments in the area of risk management
- Provide input to ad-hoc analyses and written communications on specific regulatory matters to senior management or other relevant stakeholders
- Contribute to the Bank’s self-assessment of compliance with best banking practice in terms of risk policy, models, processes and procedures
- Conduct Gap Analysis to detect potential shortcomings in risk management policies and procedures vis-à-vis existing or upcoming regulatory requirements falling within the scope of the EIB’s Applicability Assessment Procedure
- Make recommendations and/or amendments to existing risk management policies and procedures based on regulatory changes in line with applicable Best Banking Practice
- Advise services on the implementation of specific Best Banking Practice framework projects within the risk management area, e.g. by providing advice on business specifications, or assisting in the coordination of project implementation in cooperation with other EIB Directorates (incl. IT, when appropriate, or external consultants)
- Perform ad-hoc activities in special initiatives related to the responsibilities of the Unit.
- University degree, preferably in Business Administration, Finance, Law, Economics, Quantitative studies. Post-graduate studies in one of these subjects would be an advantage
- Significant relevant professional experience, in Compliance, Regulatory Risk and/or Financial Regulation, acquired in a bank, with a regulator/supervisor or as a consultancy provider
- Practical knowledge of the EU and international regulatory standards and recent regulatory developments
- Fluent English and/or French with a good command of the other. Knowledge of other EU languages would be an advantage
- Achievement Drive: Continually keeps an eye on performance, focusing on improving it, showing drive and determination to meet short and long-term goals.
- Change Orientation: Adapts to differences and changes in the environment; takes a flexible approach to reach outcomes.
- Collaboration: Works cooperatively as part of a team; works collaboratively with peers across organisational boundaries based on a genuine interest in and an accurate understanding of others and their individual perspectives and concerns.
- Organisational Commitment: Is willing to commit to an organisation whose mission is to support Europe and is open to diversity, and to align her/his own behaviour with the organisation’s needs and intrinsic values, acting with integrity in ways that promote the organisation’s mission, policies and rules.
Applicants will receive an email acknowledging reception of their application.
EIB successful candidates will be transferred to the hiring directorate with his/her current contractual terms and conditions*, whilst EIF successful applicants, will be hired on EIB terms and conditions.
* Further information on internal mobility, including eligibility to apply, is available here: Link.
Deadline for applications: 1st April 2020