Regulatory Affairs Manager
Zurich, Switzerland | Credit Suisse
Industry:Banking / Investment Banking
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A meaningful role encompassing the management of interactions between Credit Suisse and Swiss regulatory authorities, especially FINMA as the global lead regulator of the bank.
As a key person in our team you will have exposure to all topics of strategic relevance across Credit Suisse.
You will manage interactions between regulators and Credit Suisse senior management as a gatekeeper for a broad universe of regulatory topics.
As an important contact person you influence on the messaging to regulators by ensuring consistency and accuracy.
The organization and execution of FINMA supervisory reviews and selected statutory audits will also be part of your area of responsibility.
Front-to-back management of ad-hoc regulatory inquiries through a network of internal subject matter experts.
The opportunity to connect the dots between topics and regulatory interactions in order to improve the strategic value proposition of the team.
A role in which you will be providing guidance to internal partners on interactions with regulatory authorities.
A position located in Zurich, Switzerland but with the chance to build up your internal network by working with colleagues located around the world.
Being part of a highly motivated team acting in a dynamic environment.
University degree, other higher education or degree in a banking-related field of study
A minimum of five years of relevant work experience, ideally within a similar role in a global financial institution or audit firm.
You possess a deep understanding of and interest in the global regulatory environment.
Due to your profound analytical skills and a structured way of working you are able to work on and deliver simultaneously on a variety of tasks.
You combine sound interpersonal and communication skills with a team-focused mindset.
You are fluent in German, with a high level of proficiency in English (both written and spoken).