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Assistant Manager – Payments

  • Location

    London

  • Discipline:

    Compliance

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £50,000 pa

  • Consultant:

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  • Email:

    kburn@merje.com

  • Job ref:

    KBU/17057

  • Published:

    5 months ago

Key Responsibilities:

  • Advising clients on the impact of changing Payments regulation on their business models and supporting them through that change including in the following areas:
  • Payments infrastructure change programmes, e.g. new payments systems;
  • Payments strategy, e.g. access to cash including retail and wholesale agendas;
  • Payments compliance readiness, e.g. PSD2 and safeguarding; and
  • Payments regulatory assurance e.g. PSD2 and other regulatory reporting requirements. This includes supporting clients in respect of:
    • Governance, risk, controls and corporate culture;
    • Conduct risk frameworks and issues; and
    • Horizon scanning and the impact of regulatory change.

The role will involve supporting KPMG client engagements and include:

  • Supporting firms in the delivery of their own regulatory and compliance responsibilities;
  • Keeping up to date with industry specific issues and circumstances which affect payments regulation;
  • Supporting the provision of advice regarding regulatory requirements affecting the payments sector; and
    assisting in the preparation of presentations, training, thought leadership, and marketing materials


Essential Criteria:

  • Minimum of three or more years work experience within payments, regulatory and/or risk management within financial services organisations
  • Working knowledge of the latest developments in payments regulation
  • Strong communication skills and ability to influence and deal with senior individuals.
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent.
  • Strong knowledge of regulatory rules and guidance, but crucially practical application within the Payments / Banking industry
  • Understanding of regulatory developments and key current issues facing clients.
     

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