Regulatory Analyst - Legal, Risk & Compliance
|Job Title:||Regulatory Analyst - Legal, Risk & Compliance|
|Contact Name:||Niamh Patton|
|Job Published:||April 25, 2021 13:45|
MTAA Super and Tasplan have recently merged to create Spirit Super a combined fund that has approximately $23.6 billion in funds under management.
The trustee head office is based in Canberra. The benefits of the merger between the two funds have been identified as strong member outcomes, service and product excellence and financial sustainability.
It is envisioned that the merge will create Australia’s most dynamic superannuation fund, bringing customised super solutions to all Australians, across all locations and life stages.
Reporting to the Regulatory Specialist, the Regulatory Analyst is responsible for monitoring, advising and reporting on legal and regulatory matters that impact upon the organisation, its operations and licensing obligations. This role will support the Regulatory Specialist in the development, evaluation and improvement of the delivery of advice to business units on emerging regulatory issues.
More specifically you will identify legal, policy and compliance obligations of the Trustee arising from any such changes and assist with the integration of these obligations into effective policies and procedures and then assist with the provision of training to staff on regulatory changes and the impact on the Fund and its policies and procedures.
You will also identify areas or functions where a review of processes may be necessary due to emerging regulatory changes and provide guidance on due diligence. This will include the development and implementation of a monitoring and reporting regime for general and personal advice representatives.
This role will actively promote a culture of compliance throughout the organisation provide support to GRC team through the performance of governance, compliance, policy and legal activities.
The ideal candidate will have a degree in a relevant discipline from Law, Commerce, Business or similar and have strong experience in compliance management from a professional services firm or directly from financial services. You will have a knowledge of legislation, policies, procedures and practices relevant to regulatory policy development and contemporary compliance management, combined with a knowledge and understanding of the regulatory environment, as it relates to the Financial services sector.
You will have the proven ability to investigate issues, identify problems, develop and implement innovative solutions, systems and work practices.
Working as part of a larger compliance and risk function across multiple locations you will be collaborative, open and professional in a changing work environment.
For a confidential discussion please contact Niamh Patton on 02 9775 5930 or email@example.com
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