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Lead Business Analyst

Location: London Duration: 6 Months Day Rate: Competitive FourthLine are helping a leading Global Asset Management Firm in identifying a lead Business Analyst for their MiFID II Costs & Charges work stream. This role is on an interim basis and the role will consist of carrying out typical Business Analyst duties across the London and Luxembourg offices. Required knowledge: Excellent working knowledge of MiFID II, particularly with Costs & Charges Extensive knowledge of the Asset Management space Vast Business Analyst experience A mixture of functional and technical skills Ability to perform GAP analysis, as-is and to-be processes, Target Operating Model

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Managing this Role: Joshua Johnson

Risk & Governance Manager (FTC)

Governance Reporting - 55k – 12 Month FTC - Wealth Management - London/Liverpool Job Purpose: To assist the Chief Risk Officer in the effective development and delivery of the Risk & Compliance governance and reporting Framework, ensuring effective compliance support is provided to the regulated businesses. Key Responsibilities: Assist the CRO in developing effective reporting for the Executive, Board and Risk & Audit Committee. Manage the actions for the CRO office, ensuring that these are prioritised and that actions are completed within agreed timeframes Lead the Overall CRO strategy working with the leadership team Own the CRO intranet site and develop innovative ways of communicating with the business Support the CRO when they are sponsoring programmes Provide support on internal and external presentations Coordinate all internal reporting by the Risk & Compliance function Manage internal projects on behalf of the team Develop and implement the Risk and Compliance brand within the business Regularly attend various governance and policy committees as required, providing regulatory insight and challenge where necessary Attend appropriate training events, functions and marketing initiatives when required Support the CRO by providing suitable high-quality management information and analysis on a frequent basis, to enable senior management and the Risk & Audit Committee to understand the material compliance risks facing the group and the actions being taken to manage and mitigate these Providing support to the CRO and colleagues, in contributing to the good leadership and management of the function Key Skill Required: Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, in a clear, concise, compliant and confident manner, ensuring that team members are aware of key developments High professional standards of conduct and practice Ability to identify and analyse information; undertake ad hic assignments and themed activity as required Excellent presentation skills, with experience in Diligent Excellent time management skills Experience of managing large teams and ensuring performance is to a high standard Ability to solve problems and develop workable solutions Influence and leadership skills are a must Technical Skills and Knowledge Required: Ability to demonstrate significant work experience in Financial Services, preferably within Risk & Compliance Knowledge of internal compliance procedures; to anticipate the impact of regulatory changes upon the business and manage overall commercial risk Excellent up to date knowledge of products, funds, markets and appropriate financial instruments; compliance monitoring and oversight; technical support/advice on complex regulatory matters If this is of interest to you, or anyone in your network, please send your CV to the details below. Aamir.patel@thefourthline.co.uk 020 3854 0525

Junior Data Protection Consultant

Fourthline are currently assisting a growing cyber security consultancy firm in expanding their Data Protection function. Its an exciting time to join my client who have offices in the Netherlands as well as London, and have plans to scale up the business and open offices across the Middle East and elsewhere in Europe. Based in the Central London office, the Junior Data Protection Consultant will assist in the delivery of GDPR and privacy projects for clients, and will learn from some of the best privacy professionals in the business. Key responsibilities of the role include: Assisting in drawing up project plans. Reviewing contracts and amending as required. Carrying out DPIAs and undergoing analysis work. Being able to confidently interact with members of a project team, and engage with clients and stakeholders effectively. Essential: Data protection and privacy experience and knowledge. Preferably a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or CIPP/E. University Degree, law, information management, information systems, cyber security degree preferred. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to work in the London office 5 days a week with some occasional international travel. Should you have the suitable experience and find this role to be of interest, please send over your most up to date CV to Hannah Wylie, as the client is looking to hire as soon as possible!

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Managing this Role: Hannah Wylie

Senior Data Protection Consultant

Fourthline are currently assisting a growing cyber security consultancy firm in expanding their Data Protection function. It's an exciting time to join my client who have offices in the Netherlands, as well as London, and have plans to scale up the business and open offices across the Middle East, and elsewhere in Europe. Based in the Central London office, the Senior Data Protection Consultant will lead on the delivery of GDPR and privacy projects for clients, and will be involved with growing the privacy function. Key responsibilities of the role include: Leading on the drawing up of project plans. Carrying out DPIAs and undergoing analysis work. Being able to confidently interact with members of a project team, and engage with clients and stakeholders effectively. Spend time attending events and networking to grow assist in the development of the business. Essential: Strong data protection and privacy experience and knowledge. At least 4 years within data protection. Preferably a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or CIPP/E. University Degree, law, information management, information systems, cyber security degree preferred. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to work in the London office 5 days a week with some occasional international travel. Should you have the suitable experience and find this role to be of interest, please send over your most up to date CV to Hannah Wylie, as the client is looking to hire as soon as possible!

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Managing this Role: Hannah Wylie

Data Protection Officer

Data Protection Officer - 50,000 - Central London - Government Authority To be the statuary DPO to the ICO for the this government authority; advise in senior team meetings on privacy issues and data handling best practices; consult on any breaches and incidents; and provide staff privacy training. You will... - issue recommendations to the senior team and advise on GDPR compliance; -develop a strong privacy culture within the team and help implement changes to their current processes to remain compliant; -Conduct DPIAs and ensure any further measures are taken to secure their data. About you They are looking someone who... - has a good public sector knowledge; - has a sound knowledge of the GDPR and the current data protection laws; -has experience in a data protection change program. Experience with highly sensitive data would be advantageous; - has strong professional ethics and has integrity to their work; - enjoys to work independently and a confident communicator both externally and internally to the highest levels.

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Managing this Role: Christopher Fox

GDPR Senior Consultant

FourthLine are working with a boutique Technology Consulting firm who are looking to bring onboard a Senior Data Protection consultant on a permanent basis. I am ideally looking for someone with a Big4 or Management Consultancy background with 5 years experience in Data Protection/Information Governance. Key Responsibilities: Support delivery of advisory in the IG&C space for corporations and government entities. Lead time sensitive data mapping projects which may involve a combination of enterprise mapping tools, excel, SQL, access, Visio and other tools. Lead technical assessment, working with diverse client stakeholders to identify and document potential technical and security related control gaps. Develop business flows that capture the contextual flow of personal data within and external to an organisation. Lead Privacy Impact Assessments and data mapping engagements Develop a remediation roadmap that outlines staffing, people and technology recommendations where appropriate Position privacy and security requirements, risks and recommendations with other key IG stakeholders Support Business development opportunities Develop technology blue prints, target operating models, and data mapping documents Utilize file analysis and structured data archiving tools to perform technical data assessments and perform remediation across diverse data sets (unstructured, structured, cloud, etc. ) as required to assist with compliance programmes Be client service-oriented to meet client deadlines, including working out of business hours when necessary Responsible for day to day client engagement and follow up, interaction with other consultants, 3rd party suppliers, and internal stakeholders. If this role sounds of interest, please send your CV to raeesa.patel@thefourthline.co.uk AND michal.mcavoy@thefourthline.co.uk

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Managing this Role: Raeesa Patel

CASS Compliance Oversight

FourthLine are currently recruiting for a leading Financial Services Firm who are looking for a CASS Compliance Oversight Professional. The role consists of: Oversight of the firms TPA. Oversight of other pieces of regulations such as AML and KYC. Support the CF10a to ensure that best practice is maintained throughout the business. In order to qualify for the role, my client is looking for candidates who have/are: Knowledge of CASS. Highly organised, confident, decisive and enthusiastic self-starter. Experience working in or with a TPA. If you think you are suitable for the role and you’re looking to further your career please apply by providing an updated CV

Compliance Manager

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Managing this Role: Andy Barrett

Regulatory Change Business Analyst

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FourthLine is working with a leading Investment Management client to resource a new Regulatory Change Business Analyst. This is a long term contract opportunity for an experienced Business Analyst with a track record of various regulatory change projects within Investment Management firms. Essential Skills: Experience of working as a Business Analyst on regulatory change projects in the buy-side Demonstrable experience of senior stakeholder engagement up to C level Able to be flexible with a remit that covers all applicable regulations Ability to protect the businesses interests when applying regulatory changes Demonstrate experience of oversight across regulatory change within a buy-side firm due to the nature of the role requiring minimal management from an office agnostic manager Someone who is personable and believes work should be both challenging and fun The Ideal Candidate will have: 3+ years experience of implementing Regulatory change within the buy-side Extensive experience within multiple regulations that are currently affecting the market Solid understanding of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme Experienced within adhering to both UK and US financial regulatory standards To be considered for the role, please send your latest CV to the email listed.

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Managing this Role: William Taylor

Regulatory Change Business Analyst

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FourthLine is working with a leading Investment Management client to resource a new Regulatory Change Business Analyst. This is a long term contract opportunity for an experienced Business Analyst with a track record of various regulatory change projects within Investment Management firms. Essential Skills: Experience of working as a Business Analyst on regulatory change projects in the buy-side Demonstrable experience of senior stakeholder engagement up to C level Able to be flexible with a remit that covers all applicable regulations Ability to protect the businesses interests when applying regulatory changes Demonstrate experience of oversight across regulatory change within a buy-side firm due to the nature of the role requiring minimal management from an office agnostic manager Someone who is personable and believes work should be both challenging and fun The Ideal Candidate will have: 3+ years experience of implementing Regulatory change within the buy-side Extensive experience within multiple regulations that are currently affecting the market Solid understanding of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme Experienced within adhering to both UK and US financial regulatory standards To be considered for the role, please send your latest CV to the email listed.

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Managing this Role: William Taylor
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