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Senior Compliance Specialist – M&A

  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • Salary: £75,000 - £85,000 per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 3 months ago

  • Sector: Compliance
  • Contact: Kirstie Burn
  • Contact Email: kburn@merje.com
  • Expiry Date: 05 August 2021
  • Job Ref: KBU/17686

Job Description:               Working for this prestigious Insurance Broker with over 50 offices across the UK, the main purpose of this role is to take the lead on all Compliance M&A activity for the UK business. A Group level role reporting into the Head of Compliance with remote working and flex options to allow any home location to suit.

 

Key responsibilities include:

  • Building and leading a team of dedicated diligence and integration specialists within Compliance
  • Acting as the lead for all compliance within the wider central M&A and integration teams
  • Designing and streamlining a rigorous approach for Compliance M&A including building resources and frameworks
  • Reviewing compliance frameworks in potential and existing acquisitions including compliance culture and values
  • Liaising directly with stakeholders to discuss and investigate matters of due diligence
  • Managing overall compliance reports for Group of target businesses at both pre and post acquisitions status
  • Reviewing compliance policies, processes and systems and advising on appropriate amendments to contracts including ToBAs
  • Directing any remedial action required with timelines and a plan to ensure group outcomes are achieved
  • Driving forward the agreed actions of any compliance integration actions with the team and resources available to this role

 

 

The Person

  • An in-depth knowledge of the UK regulatory environment – ideally from within an Insurance Broking market, or General Insurance / MGA
  • Strong pragmatic compliance experience – implementing advisory solutions into actions
  • Experience of regulatory change
  • Compliance Advisory background
  • M&A or regulatory due diligence experience
  • Highly organised – strength in process management
  • Change management experience
  • Dip CII or above, unless able to evidence significant experience delivered at a high level