Compliance Monitoring Officer

  1. Permanent
Up to £35,000 per annum
162285

Northampton, Northamptonshire

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Marks Sattin is delighted to be working with a growing consumer lending business based in the Northamptonshire area. Despite market conditions the business has continue to flourish, growing to over 80 staff so far. The business is seeking an ambitious and tenacious compliance monitoring officer to add to the team. So what are we looking for?

Responsibities:

  • Provide assistance with compliance monitoring reviews
  • Create and provide reports on compliance monitoring findings (monthly, quarterly and annually)
  • Carry out outcome testing reviews
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of FCA regulations pertinant to the business
  • Support the wider compliance program for the buisness

Required skill set:

  • Minium of 2 years work expeirence within FCA regulated compliance
  • Experience of compliance monitong programs and frameworks
  • Working knowledge of FCA rules, specifially CONC, SYSC and DISP
  • Have a good understanding of TCF principles and positive customer outcomes
  • Awarensss and understadning of data protection principles
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to influence management and to lead and work collaboratively across teams

Nice to have:

  • Experience of motor finance
  • Financial services qualification (ICA etc)

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