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Regulatory Affairs Manager (BB-3F984)

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This is an exciting opportunity for you to directly contribute to the development and optimisation of key Macquarie regulator-related Frameworks, as well as own delivery of core elements of each framework.

You’ll join our Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk Frameworks and Assurance team, who are responsible for supporting and enhancing the various risk, reporting and governance frameworks owned by Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk, while leading the execution of Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk Assurance activities. Our team must maintain a strong connection and alignment with relevant Line 1 and Line 2 teams to ensure Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk -owned Frameworks evolve and are implemented in a coordinated, effective way across Macquarie.

Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk is made up of the following important functions:

Regulatory Affairs: responsible for liaison with APRA and for ensuring compliance with its prudential standards. Aggregate Risk: quantifying the aggregate risk of Macquarie and using this to assess capital adequacy, test compliance with risk appetite and measure risk-adjusted performance. Model Risk & Quant Analytics: management of model risk in Macquarie’s pricing models and capital models.

As a Manager, you will be responsible for:

actively contributing to the design and implementation of current and future change efforts impacting Regulatory Affairs managing APRA prudential regulatory change horizon scanning, including partnering with Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk Subject Matter Experts and stakeholders across Macquarie to understand the anticipated impact, monitor the status of implementation, and maintain associated reporting managing core regulator engagement processes with an initial focus on APRA engagement coordinating various regulator-related governance forums, including the APRA Prudential Regulatory Change Council and global Regulator Engagement forums supporting delivery of Regulatory Affairs governance reporting, including its contribution to the Risk Management Group Report and the Prudential Regulatory Change dashboard.

Ideally you will bring to this role:

a foundational understanding of regulatory risk management, ideally with exposure to APRA prudential regulatory standards and associated regulatory risk management processes very strong stakeholder engagement skills enabling you to partner effectively with colleagues and stakeholders across the Risk Management Group and Macquarie globally to deliver your responsibilities a structured way of working with a strong process mindset, excited about the opportunity to take the ‘art of the possible’ and make it a reality experience enabling organisational change in a risk management context experience delivering governance reporting experience in management consulting is highly desirable a high degree of proficiency in Powerpoint.

If this sounds like you then please apply via the link below.

Strong prudential management has been a key to Macquarie's success over many years. The Risk Management Group is an independent, centralised unit responsible for ensuring that all risks across Macquarie are appropriately assessed and managed. The principal responsibility of RMG is to take an independent view on all the material risk acceptance decisions Macquarie makes. This provides our people with the unique opportunity to view business activities across Macquarie.

Within RMG, the Regulatory Affairs team, part of Regulatory Affairs & Aggregate Risk, owns Macquarie’s relationship with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (“APRA”), Macquarie’s main prudential regulator and ensures Macquarie meets APRA’s requirements.

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