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Risk & Compliance Administrator

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The Role

This role will appeal to both experienced administrators, as well as those who are looking to start their careers in financial services, as we provide full training and support.

You will work closely with all parts of the Legal & Regulatory Department to deliver value by assisting in the administration of the risk framework, regulatory change, business change and monitoring activity, ensuring that records are organised and retained in line with company policy.

You will assist the Risk function with the implementation and provision of Chase de Vere’s Qualitative Risk Management programme. You will work with the Operational Risk Manager to ensure the practical application is robust in identifying, measuring, mitigating and monitoring all relevant risks.

Ensure all notifications to L&R are adequately received, logged and retained. This may involve challenging the timeliness and quality of data provided.
You will create and assist in monitoring management information and reporting on the status of risks and actions being taken by business units to mitigate these risks, including the findings of monitoring activity.


  • Maintain proper records for all activities completed by the relevant teams within L&R.
  • Assist in the formation and maintenance of Legal & Regulatory MI and reporting database and templates.
  • Ensuring adequate records are maintained of compliance monitoring reviews undertaken.
  • Ensure that the suite of policies maintained by L&R are relevant and up-to-date, including tracking review dates.
  • Maintain and update records using the risk management tools to capture and report risk and control data.
  • Communicate requirements to Risk and Control Owners/Partners on a regular basis, receive data and log appropriately. Challenge the timeliness and quality of data as necessary.
  • Assist in the preparation of the UK Risk Management Committee and Risk Partner Meetings by obtaining and compiling risk information provided by various functional areas.
  • Assist in the completion of QRM activities to Swiss Life Group and International in keeping with specified deadlines.

Experience & Skills

  • Excellent accuracy skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Good communication skills, both oral and written
  • Good analytical skills
  • Fully proficient on Microsoft office, in particular Excel
  • An adaptable and flexible approach to work
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Ability to build and develop effective working relationships at all levels
  • Knowledge of the general regulatory requirements for regulated entities
  • Knowledge of assessing risks throughout the business and adequate administration of this
  • Experience working within a fast-paced, multifaceted team to tight deadlines and effectively prioritising work

Our Values

  • Be Reliable
  • Think Independently
  • Create Confidence

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