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Trading & Wealth Legal Counsel

  • £80000 - £100000 per annum
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experience trading lawyer to work within the legal team of one of the fastest growing fintech companies in the world. The multi-faceted role includes providing expert trading and investment legal support to a variety of clients to help expand and cultivate working relationships and ensure that appropriate regulatory policies, procedures and controls are established and maintained. This role offers a competitive rate and is based in London. Role and responsibilities: Helping to structure and launch a trading-platform in the UK. Provide sound advice and support to senior management and business partners. Analyse changes to regulatory requirements and apply that to the company Draft agreements, policies and procedures, disclosures, account documentation and website materials Review marketing materials in relation to financial promotions Skills and Attributes Required Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 3 years PQE experience in commercial and contracting work. Strong knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements (MiFID II) Past experience in retail focussed products is desirable Innovative approach to meeting client's needs. Strong financial and commercial awareness. Excellent organisation and time management skills. Able to meet tight deadlines and thrives under pressure. #LI-AA1

In House Lawyer (Commercial)

  • £42000 - £57000 per annum
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a commercial lawyer to work within the legal team of a large multi-national company. The multi-faceted role includes providing expert commercial and contractual legal support to a variety of clients to help expand and cultivate working relationships. The role is to work with the head of the Head of Contracts & Commercial, and is an additional role to join the existing dedicated team of three. The role can be based in either of Manchester or Leeds. Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, advising and negotiating contracts with suppliers across the business. Advising the firm generally on contractual matters. Drafting, reviewing and advising on client specific agreements and agreeing the terms with that client. Reviewing and considering new legislation and it's impact on the company, advising of changes needed to the firm whilst designing new policies and procedures and changes to contracts or client terms. Advising on the firm's contractual agreements with external parties. Any other duties as reasonably required by the role. Skills: A qualified lawyer (circa 2-6 Years PQE or equivalent) with commercial contracts experience. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and ability to be tactful when required. Exceptional organisational skills. Strong financial and commercial awareness. Great time management skills and ability to prioritise. Previous in-house experience is desirable (although those with private practice backgrounds will also be considered). #LI-AA1

Regulatory Authorisations Manager

FourthLine are exclusively representing an up and coming financial technology provider as they look to hire a Regulatory Authorisations Manager to their expanding London operation. The company has gone from strength to strength over the past two years offering services such as peer to peer lending, pre-paid card services, currency exchange and much more. They continue to grow across Europe and have plans to offer services in North America. In order to support the launch of new retail trading products cross jurisdictionally, they are looking to hire someone to own and manage all their regulatory authorisation processes. Joining the Global Licensing team, you will also be responsible for all of the firms banking policies and procedures. You will need to have knowledge and experience of: Drafting banking authorisation applications or related applications that have been granted by applicable regulators in the UK, EEA and/or US. Experience of retail investments authorisations would be preferable. Excellent knowledge of UK/EEA and/or US banking regulation. Experience working for a regulatory / compliance consultancy, legal firm, or an investment brokerage would be ideal. Project experience and ideally knowledge of change management process tools. Able to prioritise, work to tight deadlines and be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Logical and analytical approach. Must be hands on and solutions focused. This is a great time to join the firm as they continue to grow. An excellent benefits package on offer as well as a very appealing bonus in the form of share options. To find out more about the firm and the role, please contact Robert Morrison on 0203 800 1547 #LI-RM1

IT Risk Manager

  • £55000 - £65000 per annum
FourthLine are working with an Insurance company in Kent who are looking to hire an IT Risk Manager to be the Subject Matter Expert for the Second Line of Defence. Key responsibilities: Ensure the capability of first line security controls; Provide independent review on security strategy and controls to senior executives; Support the implementation, design and operation of the Information & Technology Risk Framework; Provide guidance on the identification, qualification and mitigation of information and technology risks and support the investigation of operational risk escalations. What I am looking for: An Information Risk professional who has thorough knowledge of Information and Technology risks, in particular faced by financial services firms; Strong knowledge of IT systems, processes and controls; Strong experience of IT assurance activities; Have experience with developing risk assessments and testing controls; Preferably have a relevant qualification like a CISM or CISSP; Familiarity with risk identification and management methodology. #LI-LW1

Data Protection Manager

  • £60000 - £70000 per annum
Opportunity to be the Data Protection Manager at an eCommerce retailer! Would you like to work with a business to implement a strong privacy culture? You will be interacting with the entire organisation to provide guidance to the business, coordinating all activity related to data privacy. This team is building out the function in line with its growth plans within the technology space. It is a really exciting time to be joining this new business venture. Life of the Data Protection Manager... Act as the Subject Matter Expert to ensure the organisation is compliant with the GDPR, the UK's DPA 2018 and other regulations that will impact the business. Undertake data protection audits in line with processing activities company wide. Each new project, system or process needs encouragement to implement a culture of privacy by design. Carry out DPIAs with each business unit to ensure implementation. Collaborate with the team to investigate breaches and monitor record-keeping. Step up to head up the team and support the team when others are not present. For example, be the liaison with the ICO to perform regulatory duties that are required. Provide advise and guidance to staff who process Individual Rights Requests. Liaise with customers and employees who have raised concerns with their individual rights. Advise on Privacy requests from third parties. Prioritise data protection risks with the Privacy Champions across the business. Maintain policies and procedures. Make sure that buisness units understand the expectation under GDPR and advise those on how to overcome the risk. Act as an ambassador to promote and support the core values of the company. The successful candidate... Strong experience as a privacy advisor for a commercial business. In depth understanding of the GDPR and the DPA 2018. Operational experience carrying out DPIAs, SARs, employee monitoring, third party contracts and breach management. Gravitas to influence employees to think in line with privacy in their day to day working lifestyle. Proven track record building relationships and communicating effectively with senior management, internal and external data subjects. If you would like to know more about the role and have the relevant experience, please apply with your updated CV and we can arrange a call to see whether this is the right opportunity for you. #LI-JMT1

Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Compliance Manager

FourthLine are working closely with a client of ours; a leading investment management firm in London who are looking to bring in a Compliance Manager on a 3-month contract, to start immediately to support the compliance monitoring team. Job Type: Contract Duration: 3 Months Location: London Start Date: Immediately Rate: Attractive Day Rate Key Responsibilities: Assist with the design, implementation and delivery of the risk-based Compliance Monitoring Programme across all regulated firms within the business. Carry out effective surveillance and monitoring reviews against identified regulatory issues and risks. Provide MI to senior management and committees. Take lead on specifically allocated compliance projects and represent the team in meetings. Be able to work with other members of the team providing support and guidance on Compliance and Risk matters. Key Skills Required: Minimum 5 years' experience working within the Financial Services with specific focus on Investment Management. Previous experience on taking lead on a compliance function. Robust knowledge of Retail and Wholesale regulatory Requirements particularly within an asset management context. Pension experience would be preferable but not imperative. Ability to hit the ground running working independently and within a team. Strong attention to detail particularly with report writing and good analytical skills. Real Asset Experience is desirable. If you have the relevant experience and would like to discuss the role in more detail, please send an up-to-date CV #LI-SH1

Quality Assurance Analyst - Lancashire

  • £21000 - £25000 per annum pension, healthcare & bonus
Fourthline are currently assisting our Lancashire based client as they grow their compliance function, in their search for a Quality Assurance Team Leader. The business, specialising in loans and mortgages, are an equity-backed business, who have huge plans for growth. Job Type: Permanent Location: Lancashire Salary: £25,000 benefits and bonuses. Work Pattern: Mon-Fri Requirements: - Experience working within a regulated financial services company; - Knowledge in a Quality Assurance role; - Ability to write and present MI reports to senior stakeholders; - Knowledge of MCOBs, CONC and Motor Finance regulations; - Someone who is currently or is looking to become CMAP qualified. If you have the relevant experience and would like to discuss the role in more detail, please send an up-to-date CV to maria.koundouri"at" #LI-MK1

Managing this Role: Maria Koundouri

Privacy Manager (Part-Time)

  • £40000 - £60000 per annum
Would you like to be a Privacy Manager for a leading global media & entertainment group? A leading global media & entertainment group are currently looking for a Privacy Manager to join their London team. The role, which sits within the legal and compliance team, will see you becoming the Company's go-to expert in all matters relating to data and privacy. Day to day duties include…   Setting and implementing privacy plans across the business Owning, creating and updating policy documents, training modules and contracts Drafting various processes, procedures and guidance Keeping up to date with legislation changes and any regulatory guidance Directing the companies responses to data breaches The ideal candidate… The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of data protection legislation, including GDPR and DPA 2018 Experience in dealing with data breaches and regulatory queries Strong stakeholder engagement experience Experience in delivering data protection focused training, writing policy documents and change projects #LI-CB1

Regulatory Reporting Manager

  • £70000 - £90000 per annum
FourthLine are currently recruiting for a boutique wealth manager who are looking for a Regulatory Reporting Manager. The role consists of: Manage a team of 2 Regulatory Reporting Analysts. Oversight of MiFID II, EMIR, Trade & Transaction Reporting. Attend external Reporting forums/committee's. In order to qualify for the role, my client is looking for candidates who have/are: Extensive experience of managing regulatory reporting team is desirable. Strong technical knowledge of regulations including but not limited to EMIR & MiFID II. Previous experience of working within an asset manager is essential. If you think you are suitable for the role and you're looking to further your career please apply by providing an updated CV. #LI-JC1

Managing this Role: James Carter

Information Governance Officer

  • £36000 - £37000 per annum
One of the nation's most recognisable social charities are looking to hire their next Information Governance Officer across either West Midlands, Merseyside, Central London or West Yorkshire to provide a high-level of internal data protection and wider IG guidance. With fantastic working from home options and paying around £36,000 (& £40,000 for Central London), this role will provide the successful candidate the opportunity to provide all internal business functions on the DPA 2018 & the GDPR as well as advise on any other general information compliance matters. A day in the life of: Support local organisations with the guidance they need in order to become and remain compliant with the DPA 2018 and GDPR; Mitigate any privacy risks to the charity including reviewing their contracts, asset registers and documentation and gain an understanding of their data sharing agreements; Support the creation and implementation of a robust IG framework for local organisations to adhere to and provide training materials and awareness on GDPR and good privacy working practices; Work toward ensuring their current policies and procedures and robust whilst making any necessary amendments needed; Engage with the stakeholders and senior management team presenting on any potential risks to information security and provide expert guidance & training materials. The ideal candidate for this role will be: A proven length of experience advising on the DPA 2018 or the GDPR, or implementing the GDPR into an organisation; Great communication skills and is confident working effectively with various teams and team members at all levels; A detailed understanding of the GDPR and the DPA 2018 to a high-level; Experience of delivering training and can demonstrate good records management practices. #LI-CF1

Managing this Role: Christopher Fox
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