A leading regulatory technology solutions provider for the global financial services industry, is looking for a Junior Regulatory Analyst.
The Role in a Nutshell
Support clients and internal enquiries on compliance/regulatory related matters, keep up to date and provide guidance on new regulatory developments and analyse trading models and financial instruments.
What Does The Role Specifically Involve?
- Reply and provide guidance to compliance/regulatory related enquires of clients and support internal enquiries on compliance/regulatory matters such as EMIR, MiFID, MiFIR, SFTR, RTS 27, RTS 28, Best Execution, CRS, FATCA, DAC6, MAR, KYC, AML.
- Review, analyse and provide guidance on new regulatory developments.
- Provide input to in-house teams regarding reporting of new financial instruments and the nature of transactions.
- Participate in meetings with prospective clients, analyse and understand trading models, financial instruments nature and their respective contracts and any other compliance aspect related to regulatory reporting requirements.
- Keep up to date with relevant regulatory developments and cooperate with in-house teams to interpret how these could potentially affect client business.
- Communicate with the Cyprus Securities & Exchange Commission and other local and EU authorities.
- Draft articles related to regulatory and financial matters for marketing purposes.
- Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Maths, Statistics, Actuarial, Finance, Accounting, or any other related discipline from a reputable university.
- Excellent command of the English and Greek language, both verbal and written.
- Able to perform under pressure and strict deadlines.
- Computer literacy.
- Understanding of how financial markets and financial instruments operate.
- Team spirit with strong relationship-building and interpersonal skills.
- Excellent problem-solving abilities and willingness to study and develop.
Good to Have:
- Previous experience in a position relevant to regulatory reporting (e.g. SFTR, MiFIR, EMIR, etc.)
- Previous academic knowledge and/or experience on economics or the financial services sector.
- ACA/ACCA/CFA or master’s degree in a related field.
What’s In It for You?
You will be offered:
- Competitive remuneration package, including a discretionary performance-related bonus based on qualifications and experience
- Provident fund upon successful completion of the probation period
- Flexible working hours, one afternoon off and working from home
- In-house and external training courses
- Free parking
- Flexibility in dress code as per occasion
- Other perks such as team building activities, corporate events, personal and career development opportunities, and more.