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Prudential/Regulatory Reporting - Manager

Date: Nov 19, 2020

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

The Role

We are looking for experienced Managers to join our team of prudential and/or regulatory reporting assurance specialists.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with a wide variety of banks and investment firms, providing advice and assurance in relation to complex UK and European-wide prudential and regulatory reporting requirements.

KPMG has a proven track record of helping clients in this area and we have significant growth plans given the opportunities arising from continued regulatory scrutiny and increasing regulatory change.

Our team members possess a variety of core advisory and assurance skills and have considerable industry knowledge and specialist expertise in financial services risk and regulation.

As a Manager in the team, you will be involved in managing the day to day delivery of all aspects of business development, client targeting and client delivery. You will also have an opportunity for executive level client interactions and exposure to a wide range of FCA and PRA regulated clients.

Roles & Responsibilities

• Providing clients with advisory and assurance services over prudential and/or regulatory reporting and associated governance and control frameworks
• Providing technical advice to clients on the application of capital and liquidity regulatory reporting requirements
• Managing teams in the delivery of all aspects of client engagements, ranging from small and medium sized teams to working within larger, multi-disciplinary teams
• Delivering Section 166 reviews and reporting to the FCA / PRA as part of a wider multi-disciplinary team
• Assisting firms in understanding the impact of prudential regulatory developments and providing detailed guidance on the application of prudential rules
• Practically supporting firms in developing the ICAAP and ILAA processes, and recovery planning and stress testing processes
• Advising firms on managing their relationship with the PRA and FCA, including preparation for supervisory visits and applications for Part IV permissions
• Advising on capital planning and efficient capital structures on multi-disciplinary and/or due diligence projects
• Delivering advisory projects relating to regulatory reporting, prudential and other regulatory projects alongside our wider consulting teams as required
• Developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients and colleagues across KPMG, building strong internal and external networks
• Keeping up to date with industry specific issues and developments, leading on the development of thought leadership and market insights in relation to evolving prudential regulations
• Mentoring, coaching and supporting the development of others, oversight and business planning
• Taking an active role in leading the delivery of business development activities including building and taking new growth opportunities to market, preparation of proposal documents and tenders, organising client workshops and industry seminars and drafting marketing materials
• Developing, participating in and presenting at regulatory presentations, client forums and training initiatives.

The Person

Desirable knowledge and experience:

• Strong understanding of financial services firms' businesses, structures, governance frameworks, risk management and process and control arrangements, in particular in the Banking and/or Investment Management sectors
• Strong stakeholder and relationship management skills and ability to develop and maintain strong internal and external networks
• Experience in providing audit and assurance services and in prudential regulatory reporting
• Experience in providing prudential regulatory advice on capital, liquidity, recovery planning and stress testing
• Strong project management skills and the ability to manage a team of professional staff, including decision-making, time management, prioritisation, organisation and evaluation skills
• A proven track record in developing and delivering thought leadership / business development activities and identifying / converting client opportunities
• A desire to work in a diverse team environment with a collaborative attitude and an enthusiasm for coaching and developing others

Desirable qualifications and skills:

• Educated to degree level or equivalent; a professional qualification is preferred
• Significant and relevant financial services experience with a prudential and/or regulatory reporting focus
• Project team management skills, especially regulatory project delivery
• The ability to evaluate technical issues, analyse facts, consult and deliver regulatory services to clients
• A strong knowledge of prudential regulatory reporting and experience in advisory, audit, assurance or regulatory project delivery
• Excellent communication, report writing and presentation skills, including an ability to communicate well with and influence senior stakeholders (internal and external) in writing and verbally
• Understanding of regulatory developments and key current issues facing clients and a proven ability to articulate these in discussions / presentations with senior internal and external stakeholders
• Experience in leading and working with teams and the ability to work independently.


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