Overview of businessarea or project :
Public Policy andRegulatory Affairs is responsible for Global Regulatory Foresight andIntelligence and supporting the business with a BAU operating framework whereapplicable.
We work together to identify regulations impacting Credit Suisse,and ensure we’re making the right changes to maintain compliance in anefficient way.
As a GlobalRegulatory Specialist, you will complement the existing Regulatory Sourcingteam, which is responsible for identifying, analysing and addressing new rulesand regulations globally in order to facilitate timely compliance of CreditSuisse with new regulatory obligations.
Overview of thedepartment / team
The APAC team isbased in Singapore and Hong Kong. There are 2 members (VP & ENP) inSingapore and 1 member in Hong Kong (VP).
The team leader is based in Singaporeand reporting to the Global Lead of Regulatory Sourcing based in Zurich. Theteam has an open, collaborative attitude and everyone is a team player ready tosupport each other.
We are a departmentwhich values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizingthe firm’s D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global Conduct andEthics Standards
This role offers theopportunity to learn Credit Suisse’s business operations. The relationshipmanagement across all division, functions and regions will give an excellentexposure in business partner management.
Be a member of an international team with growing responsibilities, whose pronounced team spirit, diverse profiles and business expertise guarantee an exciting working environment and ongoing opportunities.
We give you an outstanding opportunity to further grow your personal and professional skillset and to build up your own career within a creative and state-of-the-art organization.
Seek to identify and analyse new rules and regulations globally.
Interact with a diverse group of impacted partners from all divisions to ensure that new regulatory requirements are addressed appropriately within the organization.
Manage relationships across all divisions, functions and regions.
Maintain and document in-depth knowledge of Credit Suisse business operations and structures in all relevant jurisdictions.
Contribute to change projects which seek to improve the Regulatory Change Management process as well as improve overall provision of the function’s service.
Liaise with members of our global Regulatory Foresight & Intelligence department to increase collaboration and develop the Operating Model for Regulatory Change Management.
Challenges in thisrole :
Stakeholders may push back on taking ownership in RGS+ however the team has always found a way around this challenge.
Understand the value of diversity in the workplace and are dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of working life so that people from all backgrounds receive equal treatment, realize their full potential and can bring their full, authentic selves to work.
This should be further elaborated on in your application
Essentials Skills andQualifications :
Experience in Regulatory Change Management at Credit Suisse
Phenomenal communication and presentation skills with an ability and confidence to discuss issues at senior level across geographies
Good written and verbal communication skills
A positive can do’ attitude with the ability to tackle issues in an effective manner.
A self-starter, motivated for professional and personal development
Result oriented, dedicated, hardworking who can work on own initiative and can deliver on time under pressure with a high level of integrity and flexibility, sense of urgency, attention to detail and quality standards
Desired Skills andQualifications :
Minimum 3 to 5 years’ proven experience in the financial services industry, preferably in regulatory, legal & compliance or risk environment.
An interest in the changing global regulatory landscape.
Credit Suisse is an equal opportunity employer. Welcoming diversity gives us a competitive advantage in the global marketplace and drives our success.