Risk Analyst

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Risk Analyst


Our client is a global leader in corporate and fiduciary services, fund administration and capital markets.

Wherever our clients hold financial interests, or however they are structured, we provide compliant, tailored

solutions that are individual to their needs.

We manage over 17,000 structures for 8000+ clients with a global footprint operating from 18 locations. Our

scale offers all our people great opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills and to progress their careers.


Purpose of the Job

Our client operates in a complex and dynamic environment. Supporting the Head of Global Risk (“HoGR”)

requires a proactive and agile approach as we mature our Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework.

The Risk Analyst will primarily support the HoGR in undertaking ERM focused Risk and Control Self

Assessments (RCSA) across the Group, covering all service lines and countries in which our client operates.

The Risk Analyst will work under the guidance of the HoGR in ensuring the implementation of the risk appetite

set by the Board through policy and ensuring that top and emerging risks are identified and managed.

This is a complex role whilst the business matures its ERM framework and develops the risk culture across the

Group. You will work with the HoGR to achieve buy-in from stakeholders, meaning it will be important to develop

strong partnerships with other members of the executive and at operational levels in the business, ensuring

effective communication pre and post RCSA.

Main Responsibilities

● Support the HoGR to ensure all risks are appropriately captured and owned; and that the 1st and 2nd

line risk, policy and control owners understand their roles and responsibilities within the framework.

● To agree the RCSA annual calendar with the HoGR and the business, ensuring it aligns with regulatory


● To support the Head of Global Risk in performing an RCSA at least annually for each Service Line and

Country and gather the necessary RCSA data.

● Work with the business to capture its risks and controls, challenging the business where required.

● To ensure each RCSA is captured in a central repository in our client ’s selected tool, “The Bridge”.

● To act as an SME (subject matter expert) for “The Bridge” tool.

● To act as a key relationship point between Our client and LogicManager (on whose platform The Bridge

operates), and to escalate any issues with “The Bridge”.

● To develop and maintain RCSA reports, MI reporting and trackers for the business at Group and local

level, Senior Management and Committees.

● Provide support and guidance to Bridge users across Group relating to the logging of items in the

Registers held within Bridge.

Internal Stakeholders

● The RCSA will touch all service lines and regions, the key internal stakeholders will be at all levels of the

business from the Country Heads, Directors and Compliance Managers as key risk and/or remedial

action owners. You will work with the HoGR to build and maintain good working relationships with the


External Stakeholders

● To act as a key relationship, point between our client and Logic Manager, and to escalate any issues

with “The Bridge”.

Key competencies/behaviours

● Strong strategic, analytical and influencing skills;

● The ability to work collaboratively with all levels of the business;

● To be comfortable challenging the business when needed.

Accountability and Commitment

● Encourages a mindset that puts clients at the heart of everything we do.

Performance and Development

● To leverage their interest in risk management to develop their understanding of ERM Frameworks and

managing risk.


● Thinks strategically to anticipate future trends and changing internal client needs;

● Learns from mistakes and continuously looks for areas the Global Risk team could improve.


Knowledge, Skills & Experience

● A strong interest in risk management (e.g. risk assessment, risk governance, reporting, policies and


● A basic understanding of ERM.

● Strong analytical and communication skills.

● Strong Microsoft Office skills.

● Ability to manage stakeholder expectations and work to fixed deadlines


All staff are expected to embody our core values that underpin everything that we do and that reflect the skills

and behaviours we all need to be successful. These are:

● We are AMBITIOUS – We think and act globally, seizing every opportunity to support our clients and

staff – wherever in the world they may be.

● We are AGILE – Our independence from any financial institution gives us the flexibility and freedom to

keep things simple, efficient and effective.

● We are COLLABORATIVE – We take the time to understand our clients’ needs so that we can deliver

personalised solutions every time.

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Job Summary

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