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Data Compliance Paralegal

  • £40000 - £45000 per annum
FourthLine are working with a global technology firm to identify a dedicated paralegal to join their privacy and compliance team to embed a strong compliance culture throughout the business. The firm work with a global network of innovative businesses to connect brands with their customers in the most creative and effective ways. What the firm are looking for... Someone with working knowledge of data privacy laws, anti-bribery and corruption laws or ant-trust law. A number of years experience as a paralegal. Someone with legal training and familiarity with legal documents. A professional that is highly organised and proactive with their approach. Educated to a degree level. Desirable experience: Work experience within a law firm and in-house. Minute taking. Work experience in a global firm within a similar sector. What does a week at the firm look like? Administrate the compliance function, keeping records, project plans, registrations and databases up to date. Confirm and align policies across the group, including training material for different stakeholders across the group. Preparing the business for audits using checklists and interview processes. Proof-read documents for the compliance implementation plan across the firm. Monitor and report on training completion rates and participation. Liaise with legal and internal auditors of parent companies and partners to ensure alignment of policies, processes, controls and activities. Respond to the inbox of the data compliance office and manage relationships with external compliance providers. Assist in research and identify measures to improve the data compliance culture. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity that could spike a move away from your current firm then please apply with your updated CV and we can arrange a call if you have the relevant experience. #LI-JTM1

Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Privacy Counsel

  • £100000 - £110000 per annum
FourthLine are working with a global entertainment firm to identify a dedicated Privacy Lawyer to join their established legal team. The firm work with a huge network of innovative companies that collaborate their expertise to deliver world class events and services across multiple sectors on a global scale. What do you have to offer? - Private practice and in-house experience as a Privacy Lawyer. - Strong technical knowledge of privacy laws, including the GDPR and PECR. - Significant experience drafting and negotiating privacy policies and other commercial legal agreements. - Ability to work in a fast-paced, matrix environment with a global mindset. - Extensive experience managing relationships with senior stakeholders. What does a day at the firm look like? - Be the lead point of contact for data protection and privacy queries. - Support the design and development of the global privacy program. - Advise on the restrictions and requirements for international data transfers. - Negotiate with third parties when data protection terms arise in contracts, transfers, terms and marketing. - Support the firm with the mitigation of data privacy risks. - Provide strategic direction to the business for their customer and employee data practices, their website and data collection, as well as vendor and technology agreements. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity that could spike a move away from your current firm then please apply with your updated CV and we can arrange a call if you have the relevant experience. #LI-JTM1

Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Senior Compliance Manager, CF10 - North Essex - £75,000

  • £50000 - £75000 per annum competitive benefits package.
Fourthline have been appointed to help our client recruit a new Senior Compliance Manager (CF10) to join their busy Head Office in North Essex, reporting to the Chief Risk Officer. The day-to-day requirements of the role would include:Working with the compliance team to ensure all frameworks are in-line and developing where necessary.To have previously held or wish to become appointed Control Function CF10 (Compliance Oversight) on behalf of the business.Liaising with the relevant regulatory bodies (FCA/PRA) to ensure all frameworks are working effectively.Experience working in a regulated Retail Financial Services business, i.e. Mortgage Provider, Consumer Lender, Building Society or Retail Bank.Providing support around management of frameworks, embedding and stress testing, as well as working closely with all areas of the business in reference to Compliance and Conduct Risk.Hold regular Executive Risk Committee meetingsIf you, or someone you know would like to discuss this dynamic role in more detail, please get in touch to arrange a time to speak.

Managing this Role: Maria Koundouri

In-House Counsel

  • £70000 - £80000 per annum 75% off rail season tickets
FourthLine are currently working on an exciting role for an In-House Counsel to join our Railways Support client based in London. The successful candidate will be hired on a permanent basis, salary dependent on experience. Joining the organisation as an In-House Counsel, you will be the right hand to the Head of Legal for the company. Some of the main responsibilities of the role are the following:Drafting, reviewing & negotiating commercial and IT contractsEngaging with suppliers and partners, including working with internal teams with regards to marketing and GDPRGeneral legal work and providing advice to members of the wider business.The ideal person will have:5 years PQE (this is a guide, applications from other levels will be considered if you are able to demonstrate the necessary skills)Commercial law experience gained in-house (or on secondment) or a commercially recognised law firm.Be available to work full time from the City of London officesHave strong drafting skills and experience advising on a range of commercial contracts, privacy matters and advertising work.Be IT literate and also understand IT contracts thoroughlyThe ability to project manageBe financially astute - understand the financial impact of risk, issues payment terms and revenue.Thrive under pressure and enjoy working in a fast paced environment.If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Aimee Ashworth via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at Please also feel free to pass on to your network if you know someone who may be open to discussing confidentially#LI-AA1

Senior Data Privacy Analyst

  • £40000 - £55000 per annum
I'm working with a Financial Services firm based in London who are looking to identify a Senior Privacy Analyst to join the firm as soon as possible on a permanent basis. Responsibilities:Monitor the firm and ensure it is compliant with GDPR and other Privacy legislation.Help to review and maintain the Data Protection policies and procedures.Carry out Data Privacy Impact Assessments, embedding Privacy by Design into the culture.Create and roll-out Training and Guidance on all aspects of Data Protection & Data Privacy across the business.Work on several projects including integrating a Data Retention and Data Disposal programme.Essential:A minimum of 2 years Privacy experience.Someone who is looking to stay, grow and develop within a business with a passion for Data Protection.Good knowledge of GDPR and European data protection requirements.Desirable:3-5 years Privacy experience.Background in Financial Services, particularly Insurance.ISEB qualification.Location: London Salary: £45,000 - £55,000 dependent on experience Duration: Permanent

Managing this Role: Sofia Moura da Luz

Lead Lawyer

  • Up to £67500 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity for a Pensions lawyer to join the In-House legal team of an independent investigative organisation. The role will be for a Lead lawyer to join the existing legal team, which acts as primary legal advisers to all staff including the Executive Board. The key purpose of the role is to support the company to exercise its functions in accordance with the relevant laws, policies and practices, with an emphasis on policy work. The Lead Lawyer will need to have management experience including mentoring and coaching skills, as they will be involved in overseeing a team. The role will include:Reviewing & supervising on legal cases, ensuring policies are followed and decisions reached whilst ensuring sound legal analysis.Assist with reviewing and drafting other correspondence for staff, some of which could include correspondence to Members of Parliament and regulatory bodies.Draft and review documents for the Executive BoardAdvise and make recommendations for internal policies, including; legislative changes, data protection act issues, responding to consultation papersMentor and coach other lawyers, helping to develop their skills and increase their confidence in decision making.Ensure High standards of client care The Person would be:Educated to degree levelAt least 4 years PQEHave recent experience in pensions, litigation, disputes resolution, regulatory law (preferably financial services regulation) or public law.Management ExperienceExcellent interpersonal skillsExcellent analytical and problem-solving skillsExcellent verbal and written communication skills. This includes the ability to draft and edit documents to a high standard, adapting the tone and presentation of documents in a manner that is well suited to its purpose and audience.Benefits of the Role include;25 days holiday bank holidays (plus privilege days)Flexible workingInterest free loads for season ticketsmany more#LI-AA1

Interim Compliance Officer

Role: Compliance Officer (Interim) Location: South England Sector: Building Society Rate: Market rate A leading South-based Building Society are looking for an Compliance Officer to join on an interim basis, for a period of 6-9 months. I'm looking to speak to candidates with the below experience; 4-6 years Compliance experience within Financial Services (preferably within a Building Society or Retail Banking) Confident and experienced in Compliant Handling Monitoring daily reviews Strong experience and knowledge with MCOBS, COBS Key responsibilities; Deliver risk assurance plan Provide second line oversight MI Reporting Compliance advisory to various aspects of the business If this role is of interest, and you match the criteria above, please apply within. #LI-AP1

IT Risk Manager - Permanent - Financial Services - Kent

  • £65000 - £80000 per annum
FourthLine are currently recruiting for an IT Risk Manager to join our insurance client based in Kent. The successful candidate will be hired on a permanent basis, salary dependent on experience. Joining the organisation as an IT Risk Manager, you will be the SME for the second line of defence. Some of the main responsibilities of the role are the following: * Support the design and implementation of the businesses Information and Technology Risk Framework. * Act SME for the group on information and technology risks. * Provide second line opinion on whether the wider group has suitably identified and assessed its key IT Risks and put effect mitigation strategies in place. * Support, challenge and improve the firms IT strategic risk management processes.   Suitable Candidates for the IT Risk Manager role may have the following backgrounds or have experience in the following areas: * Proven knowledge of overall IT risks faced by FS firms. * Preferably CISM, CISP, CISA qualified, however candidates will be considered without this. * Knowledge of Technology Risk Frameworks (e.g. COBIT, ISF, ISO27000) would be advantageous. * Financial Services Background (Advantageous)   If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Daniel Bright via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at .   Please also feel free to pass on to your network if you know someone who may be open to discussing confidentially #LI-DB1

CASS Analyst

  • £35000 - £39000 per annum
FourthLine are currently recruiting on behalf of a client who is looking to hire a CASS Analyst. The role consists of: Assist the CASS Manager in delivering all CASS output including client money and custody asset reconciliations, CASS Technical compliance. Drive improvements and efficiencies within the CASS function. Support with increasing the CASS knowledge throughout the business. In order to qualify for the role, my client is looking for candidates who have/are: Strong knowledge of CASS. Highly organised, confident, decisive and enthusiastic self-starter. Analytical. 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

Risk and Compliance Solicitor

  • £42000 - £50000 per annum
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a commercial lawyer to work within the in-house legal team of a large 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 Director of Risk and Compliance, and is an additional role to join the existing dedicated team. The role can be based in either of Cambridge or Norwich. Responsibilities: Providing commercial drafting input into client and supplier contracts Responding to risk related questions in tenders Respond to outsourcing related queries, for example contracts with new suppliers to ensure they are compliant with the SRA outsourcing requirements, confidentiality clauses and rights of audit. Advise on coverage issues and liaise with brokers and insurers where appropriate Support with the annual renewal of insurance policies Respond to HR queries in relation to MySRA Log and monitor incidents that are reportable to the regulators Assist with the more significant claims, complaints and regulatory incidents being forensic in your analysis of these regulatory issues Advise on ad hoc Anti Money Laundering (AML), conflict related claims passing on to relevant people if these are not within your remit Support the requirements from Risk & Compliance with the annual ISO reaccreditation As required, report on risk related data statistics including supporting of the management review reports twice a year Provide input into new business initiatives by providing risk and compliance input and expertise Advise on Persons with Significant Control (PSC) queries Delegate work to the Risk Paralegals as appropriate and support with their personal development Skills: A qualified lawyer (circa NQ-2 Years PQE or equivalent) Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and ability to be tactful when required. Exceptional organisational skills & attention to detail Strong financial and commercial awareness. Great time management skills and ability to prioritise. Is a team player Is willing to take on new responsibilities and challenges Is able to work regularly in both the Cambridge and Norwich offices #LI-AA1

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