Policy Analyst, Regulatory Affairs
The Institute provides a voice for the global financial industry in respect of changes underway in the area of international financial regulation. The Regulatory Affairs Department is central to the development and articulation of industry perspectives on numerous issues, including: Basel III, systemic risk, securities and insurance regulation, supervision, international accounting and industry practices in the areas of risk management and governance.
The responsibilities of the Policy Analyst position will include:
- Analyzing new international regulatory initiatives by groups such as the G20, the Financial Stability Board, the Basel Committee, IOSCO, the IAIS, the European Commission, etc.
- Carrying out research and analysis to support the development of global industry positions on a wide range of challenging regulatory issues
- Developing position papers, response documents and other analytical pieces
- Managing the work of a range of high-level industry committees and working groups, including the development of agendas and briefing documents
- Contributing to the administrative and logistical tasks essential to the success of global advocacy activities
Successful candidates must be strongly motivated, highly articulate, exercise effective judgment and have strong analytical abilities. S/he will likely have a graduate degree in finance, risk, law, economics, international studies or another relevant discipline from a leading university (or the equivalent in experience). Some relevant professional experience in the financial sector, trade association, regulatory/supervisory agency or a related field are required. Knowledge of Basel III and prudential regulatory matters would be advantageous. S/he must be fluent in English and have excellent oral and written communication skills.
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