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FCA and PRA Regulatory Consultant - Boutique Consultancy - London - up to £45,000

£40000 - £45000

FourthLine are representing our boutique consulting client as they look to hire three consultants within their Financial Services Regulatory Practice.

If you are an SME in Conduct or Prudential Regulation with experience working in Industry, for the Regulator or another Consultancy, interested in working for a boutique firm headed up by industry leaders then this may be an opportunity you will be interested in.

As part of the firm’s ongoing growth strategy, we are looking for candidates to join as Consultants and Senior Consultants. With a clear plan for progression and personal development, professionals working for this firm have had the opportunity to work on various projects across multiple sectors within the financial services sector, often with exposure to C- level stakeholders.

Typical areas of regulatory project and change work currently includes:

  • Implementation of upcoming regulatory change, inc. SMCR, GDPR
  • Skilled persons reviews
  • Board effectiveness reviews
  • Licensing and authorisations
  • General regulatory compliance reviews, including gap analysis and restructuring

We are interested in hearing from any candidate with conduct or prudential regulatory experience within financial services who are committed to securing a consulting role in London – this opportunity would suit candidates who like variety of projects, being challenged and working with various stakeholder groups.

You must have a solid educational background with a minimum of a 2:1 degree, ideally related to finance/economics/law but any degree considered.

If you would be interested in discussing in more depth, please send an up to date copy of your CV to to arrange a time to talk on the phone.

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Jodie Sable

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Regulatory Auditor Insurance London - £65K

FourthLine is currently supporting a global reinsurance business in their search for a Regulatory Auditor to join their City based team.  The role is a replacement role which helps the organisation bridge the complex and dual challenge of both regulation and audit facing the business.

As Regulatory Auditor, you will be working in a small team of three alongside the Risk Manager and reporting to the Risk and Compliance Director.  The key function of the role is to offer Audit leadership with a sprinkling of regulatory advice to the business.  As Regulatory Auditor, you will take full responsibility for the annual audit plan; inputting information into the plan, risk based analysis to identify focus, plan which parts of the business you will audit and how often and then put together detailed and rigorous reports on areas of concern and then supply recommendations of how to overcome those concerns.  These reports will be scrutinised by the board who sign off on the recommendations and the Regulatory Auditor will then be responsible for carrying out all follow up actions.  Additional responsibilities include regulatory horizon scanning, some sanctions and some regulatory advisory work.

As Regulatory Auditor, you will have a solid background in Internal or External Audit with a recognised Accountancy, Audit or Insurance qualification.  Financial services experience is a must and experience or an understanding of underwriting and the insurance sector is desirable but not essential.  This is a role which requires you to build strong relationships up to CEO and so you should be approachable and pragmatic but be happy to stand firm on your recommendations.  Key to the role is rigorous analysis and the ability to write detailed reports and provide recommendations and you will be able to demonstrate expertise in both areas.  The role offers autonomy and is a high profile position in the firm and so will suit someone able to hit the ground running.

Please get in touch with Richard Ferguson on for further details on this interesting and unique opportunity.

Project Manager

Contract - apply for details

A global technology Firm based in Maidenhead are looking for a Project Manager to develop and run the GDPR Project.

The Role:

  • Put together a project plan for GDPR and run it effectively
  • Tailor the offerings specifically for SDL
  • Perform Gap Analysis, Risk Assessments, Privacy Impact Assessments and Data Privacy Impact Assessments
  • Write and formalise processes and policies


  • Exceptional Project Management skills
  • Led a GDPR Project previously
  • Have a solid working knowledge of GDPR
  • Experience using OneTrust
  • Ability to multitask, be adaptable and inquisitive

IT Project Manager

Fourthline are working with a well respected Buy-Side firm who are looking for an IT Project Manager with experience in delivering change projects.

Essential Experience:

  • Managing projects within IT and regulatory change.
  • Excellent C-Suite stakeholder management projects.
  • Ability to manage technical detail and act as a regulatory change SME.

GDPR Business Process Analyst

Contract - apply for details

My client, a global Technology Company based in London, are looking for a Business Process Analyst to help identift the necessary changes that need to be made to the processes, systems and current practices within the organization regarding the use of personal data.


Deliver an information audit technology on platforms that are used for interacting with customers and internal team members

Work with the project team to drive and deliver new processes in support of the GDPR compliance

Perform gap analysis on specific business and IT processes, systems, policies and procedures

Produce reports to record evidential information concerning GDPR

Perform a risk assessment to aid a risk based approach for the implementation and application of GDPR

Analyse, collate and record PID from multiple business functions (HR, Sales, Marketing etc)

Conduct in depth analysis of processes and systems

Conduct and monitor PIAs and DPIAs

Assist in the preparation and delivery of training programmes


Understand GDPR requirements

Proven track record as a successful Business Process Analyst

Understand compliance standards and be able to translate into business and data management requirements

Be flexible, pragmatic and understand risks and priorities

Be able to influence people to ensure policies and processes are implemented, tested and adopted

Understanding of ‘Agile’ project principles and experience working in process change

Strong stakeholder management skills

A thorough understanding of business and technology operations and ability to bridge them.

Excellent communication skills

Transaction Reporting SME | Compliance

Contract: 6 Months

Location: London

Role: Transaction Reporting Compliance SME

Rate: Competitive market rate

Fourthline is working with a leading Bank based in the City of London to source a Compliance and Transaction reporting specialist. This will be an initial 6 month contract. This will be a key point of contact for all transaction reporting advise and quality assurance.

The candidate MUST have the following skills and experience to be successful:

- SME track record of providing transaction reporting, trade reporting and reference data advice under MiFID II articles, in particular article 2, 22, 23.

- The ability to quickly build a trusted relationship with multiple business areas, including Operations, IT and wider Compliance teams

- Good understanding of asset classes and Investment products

- Desirable, an understanding of article 59, Requirement for authorisation

If you are considering your next contract role and have the relevant skills I would like to hear from you.

Please note due to the volume of applications forecast for this position we will only be able to respond to the candidates shortlisted.

Compliance Monitoring - Corporate Healthcare Provider

Fourthline are currently working with a Wealth Management client that has an associated service acting as a brokerage for corporate group life covers and other group policies.

This role will suit somebody who is used to to the corporate broking environment and conducting file reviews and AML due diligence on an employee benefit product provider.

Privacy Analyst

£28000 - £48000

There is a new opportunity to join a market leading law firm as their Privacy Analyst in Central London/Frankfurt/Dublin/Zurich. My client is offering 28,000-48,000 (dependent on experience), great benefits and the opportunity to join a fantastic in-house legal department.

The responsibilities:

  • Assist the Data Privacy team with the admin, management and development of their Privacy programme.
  • Work alongside internal stakeholders to develop privacy best practices, such as conducting Privacy Impact Assessments and Privacy by Design programs.
  • Remain well-informed and support team members with questions related to Privacy and Information Security.
  • Assist the management and coordination of on-going compliance, projects and business reviews.
  • Consult with the legal counsel about Privacy topics, analyse and respond to those Privacy related issues.
  • Support the Data Protection Officer, General Counsel and Human Resources with the response, investigation, logging, reporting and coordination of Data Privacy firmwide.

What they are looking for:

  • Professional certificates in Data Protection (CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, CIPP/C, CISSP).
  • Bachelor's degree; Masters and legal qualifications preferred.
  • Several years in business reporting Privacy or Information Security systems.
  • Fluency in English; German/French preferred.
  • Experience working within an international legal environment is preferred.
  • Strong critical thinking skills and pragmatic written/oral communication.

If you would be interested in hearing more, the company are looking to move fast and begin the interview process. Please apply and we can arrange a conversation.

Senior Privacy Contractor

Contract - apply for details

FourthLine is working with a global payments company who are looking for a senior Privacy contractor.

The role will include collaborating, leading or assisting in all the main privacy areas for a global company and may include the following:

  • disseminating new guidance on Data Protection to all staff
  • running GDPR training workshops
  • monitoring compliance with the Data Protection Standards, Policies and procedures and liaising with Internal Audit
  • carrying out Privacy / Data Protection Impact Assessments
  • investigation and management of potential breaches and data incidents
  • advising on cross border data transfers
  • providing pragmatic and risk-based advice on marketing initiatives, particularly electronic marketing
  • ensuring that Data Protection aspects are properly covered in Systems processing personal data
  • reviewing and advising on DPA clauses in customer terms and supplier contracts
  • GDPR readiness
  • advising on the privacy requirements for the new data warehouse system
  • implementing the new ‘Data Protection Policy’ and accompanying ‘Standards’, globally, across all group companies
  • establishing and maintaining the global Data Protection compliance framework

Key Requirements and Experience:

  • Proven experience of advising and, preferably, implementing privacy / data protection. Experience of operating as a Privacy Officer is a plus;
  • Significant practical experience in the area of data privacy and protection in both the UK and (ideally) foreign jurisdictions, preferably within an international organisation;
  • Pragmatic and risk-based approach and experience;
  • Ability to collaborate and build strong stakeholder relationships;
  • Excellent communication skills, able to simplify the complicated!
  • Capable of influencing at all levels of the organisation in a friendly and constructive manner;
  • IAPP CIPP qualifications, especially CIPP / E, CIPM or ISEB DPA
  • Post graduate certification in one or more of data privacy, legal, compliance, information technology desirable;
  • Candidates without legal qualifications are welcome, but must have strong data privacy knowledge and experience, with a strong academic background;
  • The key requirement is that you have practical data privacy / data privacy officer knowledge and experience.

If this sounds of interest then please send your CV to

GDPR Consultant

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FourthLine are working with a small retailer based in London.

They are currently looking for a GDPR/InfoSec Consultant to come on-board and implement GDPR and Information Security policies and also set up a SARs process. Experience with DPIAs is also preferred.

This role is a short 1 month contract and is homebased.

If you're interested, please get in touch with Raeesa Patel at

Head of CASS, Governance, Oversight & Control

FourthLine are currently recruiting for a leading Financial Services Firm who are looking for a Head of CASS, Governance, Oversight & Control.

The role consists of:

- Overseeing the CASS & Operational Risk Team.

- Lead the annual CASS Audit.

- CASS touch point throughout the company.

In order to qualify for the role, my client is looking for candidates who have/are:

- Extensive CASS experience.

- Management experience.

- Highly organised and ambitious individual that has the desire and drive to progress their career.

Based in Central London - Competitive Salary + Benefits. If you think you are suitable for the role and you're looking to further your career please apply by providing an updated CV.

Senior Data Protection Consultant

£65000 - £75000

My client is seeking a Senior Data Protection Consultant to join the firm. This company is a leading provider of professional services and Data Protection/Privacy advice across a multitude of sectors.

Seeking an experienced privacy professional to work from home, whilst undertaking client visits across the UK. This role will be leading on the complex projects in addition to delivering bespoke training.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organisation with an established and expanding Data Protection practice.

You will be able to demonstrate:

  • Experience in providing data privacy advice to organisations
  • A thorough understanding of the Data Protection Act 1998, the EU GDPR and
  • and its implications for business and other organisations.
  • Experience of working in compliance and understanding of privacy legislation
  • Broad knowledge of Data Protection, corporate governance and risk management
  • Managing client relationships
  • Providing advice for short/medium/long engagements
  • Advice on gap analysis, data mapping and guiding companies on being compliant with GDPR.
  • Experience in delivering training around data protection


  • GDPR implementation experience
  • 3+ years Data Protection experience

Desired skills:

  • Leading experience
  • Experience, or knowledge, of other information-related frameworks and methodologies (ISO 27001 and other standards)
  • Delivery of training
  • Good personal organisation and self-motivation

The firm is seeking experienced practitioners who are able to work alone most of the time, and capable of serving multiple clientele, across multiple sectors and locations.

If this is of interest, please apply, as the client would like interviews to take place as soon as possible.

Data Privacy Manager

Contract - apply for details

Contract Duration: 3-6 Months

Day Rate: Competitive

Location: London


  • 3 Years Plus experience in a dedicated privacy role for a medium-large organisation.
  • Financial Services and/ or supplier side and/or B2B & B2C experience preferred
  • Clear track record on delivering and implementing all or part of a privacy programme. Must show that they have solid experience of putting out clear deliverables.
  • Deep understanding of the GDPR regulation, ideally gained from a legal/ regulatory background
  • Must be a good fit for this team: organised, conscientious, diligent, down to earth, open and collaborative
  • Experience of dealing with the ICO a bonus

Scope of role

  • Review existing work done on GDPR programme and suggest improvements
  • Particular focus on accelerating the implementation of the following workstreams (we would allocate 1-2 workstreams to each person we hire)
    • Records of processing: undertaking analysis of work already done and completing outstanding RoPs for the company as Controller and as processor of our clients data. Creating method for keeping RoPs up to date in BAU
    • DSARS processes: writing the process, designing training and awareness and rolling out
    • Engagement training and awareness: on all new processes inc DSARs, recognising & reporting a data breach, managing consent, privacy by design principles
    • policies and standards. Policies are being reviewed by an external law firm (global privacy, social media, record retention, privacy notices, employee notices). The candidate would need to be able to liaise knowledgeably with the law firm and internal stakeholders to complete the reviews
    • ensure new intragroup agreement is signed by all entities
    • Build privacy by design principles and framework


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