Senior Compliance Advisory Officer
£80,000 - £97,000 + Excellent benefits + Bonus

They are a well-known and strongly established banking group with a unique brand history who offer their customers a truly personalised experience. The bank has strong employee values and is a highly collegiate environment. Apart from a good working environment, in this role you will also get engagement across a wide range of stakeholders, from the Management Team through to different teams operating in the first, second, and third lines of defence

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate:

  • An ability to engage and influence stakeholders at all levels, by building effective, collaborative relationships;
  • An ability to apply sound, independent judgement in assessing the regulatory landscape and publications;
  • A mindset of curiosity, adaptability, and excellence, willing to learn and help others to do the same;
  • Leadership skills, including supporting and coaching the personal development of others (whether within the direct team or elsewhere in the bank);
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Necessary experience or qualifications:

  • Experience working on legal and regulatory analysis within a UK regulated financial institution;
  • Strong knowledge of FCA and PRA regulation, with particular focus on banking and payments regulation;
  • Demonstrable experience of dealing with the regulation of a UK High Net Worth customer base;
  • Demonstrable experience of effective communication with all levels of stakeholder.
  • A relevant industry qualification is preferable.


This role will be reporting to the Deputy Head of Compliance. The principal duty of this role is to provide day-to-day oversight and monitoring of the regulatory landscape and horizon, to ensure that new and evolving regulation is adequately identified and appropriately disseminated to all key stakeholders in a timely manner. In this regard, the relevant responsibilities of the role are:

  • Monitor the regulatory horizon for impacts on all aspects of the bank's business
  • Alongside appropriate areas of the business, assess the relevance of new or changing FCA regulation in respect of the bank's business model - keeping appropriate records of determinations and interpretations
  • Track, record and disseminate PRA and other prudential regulatory requirements, and assist, where appropriate on assessing the relevance to the bank
  • Disseminate high level summaries and impact information to key stakeholders including, but not limited to: the Audit Risk & Compliance Committee; the Management Team; the Legal & Regulatory Committee; and the Change Investment Portfolio Council
  • Attend appropriate industry briefing on relevant topics ensuring that outputs from these briefing are then appropriately disseminated to stakeholders within the business
  • Maintain and update the library of regulatory developments and all associated documents
  • Provide consistent, practical and appropriate reports on the regulatory horizon, in its totality, to all relevant stakeholders
  • Provide ad-hoc advisory support to the business in relation to PRA and FCA requirements