Friday , December 8 2023

Bank of England Careers – Lead Policy Analyst

Website Bank of England

Job Description:

Prudential Policy Directorate are responsible for designing, negotiating internationally and implementing effective prudential regulation in order to remove or reduce systemic risks, promote the safety and soundness of PRA-regulated firms and ensure appropriate protection for insurance policyholders. PPD supports both the Prudential Regulation Committee and Financial Policy Committee in fulfilling their objectives.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The team works on a range of high profile and new workstreams.
  • There is significant scope for the successful applicant to shape the PRA’s new approach to policy-making.
  • This includes supporting the establishment of a new senior committee session focussed on policy prioritisation, by working with colleagues across policy and supervision.
  • Support work to design the PRA’s approach to policy making under the Future Regulatory Framework, leading on specific workstreams within the wider work programme.
  • This will include contributing to the drafting of a planned consultation paper.
  • As a lead policy analyst, you will be responsible for leading work to update internal processes, and practises, to reflect our new approach to policy.
  • It also includes evaluating and updating the PRA’s approach to its ‘have regards’ legal requirements to reflect the Future Regulatory Framework, including by delivering training.
  • Stand ready to work flexibly to progress wider team priorities, including work to transfer the European ‘acquis’ into PRA rules and horizon scanning of future risks.
  • Across these workstreams, work collaboratively both internally and externally, and provide verbal and written advice to senior management to support decision making.

Job Requirements:

  • Proactive, taking ownership for outcomes.
  • Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication.
  • Able to build and maintain positive relationships.
  • Able to balance and prioritise between multiple demands.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Collaborative, working with others to deliver.
  • Committed to advancing the Bank’s work to become a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

Qualification & Experience:

  • Good knowledge or experience of financial services or public policy gained through role(s) held in the financial services industry, regulators, government, or third sector.
  • Strong communicator, able to explain technical material in an accessible way.

Job Details:

Company: Bank of England

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: London, England

Application Deadline: N/A

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