Risk Consulting Regulatory Compliance (Prudential) - Manager
KPMG is a leading advisor to financial service firms in the UK market whether independent, subsidiaries or branches of overseas firms or new start-ups.
The Northern based team operating out of Leeds and Manchester has a strong brand in the local market particularly with small to medium sized banks and building societies. In this ‘portfolio' segment we support clients with advice and support across the full spectrum of regulatory subject matters ranging from Capital and Liquidity matters; Governance Effectiveness reviews; to SMCR Compliance assessments through to Board level coaching and preparation for meeting with the Prudential Regulation Authority (“PRA”) and the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”).
You will be the engagement manager on a number of engagements for wider regulatory compliance with our UK client base.
This will involve but is not limited to:
• Engagement managing small and medium sized projects;
• Leading and co-leading pitches to win future work;
• Managing budgets, providing work in progress updates and client invoicing;
• Ensuring engagements are delivered to the high standards our clients expect;
• Leading, motivating and managing teams and co-ordinating with subject matter experts;
• Managing engagements day-to-day supporting engagement leaders including the financials and resourcing of individual projects
• Contributing to the development and maintenance of client relationships alongside the partner and directors of the team;
· Developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients and building an external network.
• Contributing to discreet areas of business development and proposal builds;
• Enhancing KPMG's profile in the market by supporting KPMG's wider global network;
• Identifying new opportunities with existing engagement/clients for the team and the wider KPMG
• Providing detailed technical advice covering a range of regulatory matters; and
• Managing or leading a portfolio of concurrently running client engagements.
As an engagement manager, you are technically proficient but also comfortable in dealing with a wide range of people whether internally or in a client facing capacity. Your experience and skills will show that you will:
• Lead by example with client relationships, technical quality and service delivery;
• Display technical strength in at least one of our core subject matter expertise areas namely prudential regulation of capital or liquidity and governance and SMCR compliance;
• Play a key role in people development activities (coaching/ mentoring) for less experienced team members and play a key role in attracting and retaining talent to build the team as the business grows;
• Sustain a high level of drive, show enthusiasm and a positive attitude that translates across the team;
• Display an inclusive, collaborative approach and operate in an inspirational and respectful manner with colleagues, clients and the wider community;
• Demonstrate insight and apply knowledge effectively to business and client problems;
• Demonstrate commercial awareness and identify opportunities to enhance revenue;
• Proven track record of
- Issue identification and problem-solving skills.
- Achieve results through others
- Positive and flexible attitude to work and a willingness to embrace new initiatives.
- Planning and project management skills.
• Effective oral and written communicator (the role will involve report writing);
• Communicate with impact, in a way that is open, honest, consistent and clear;Promote the • Regulatory team within KPMG in order to encourage collaboration and increase internal leads;
• Build the reputation of KPMG through the quality of your work, knowledge and experience; and
• Broad UK Regulatory knowledge;
• Likely to have held significant positions in the financial services industry; with the PRA or FCA; and / or a leading professional services organisation; and
• Successful track record of managing people and projects new business origination through both internal and external activities.
• Industry recognised qualification (e.g. ACA, CISI, FPC, IMC, CFA etc.) desirable but not essential