Regulatory Advisory Service Line
At Parker Fitzgerald, we work with clients to respond strategically to the increasing threat level and risks faced by financial institutions in relation to Cyber, Financial Crime, Data Privacy and the overall resilience of their core systems infrastructure and architecture.
We have deep subject matter expertise across all areas of anti-money laundering, sanctions, anti-fraud and anti-bribery & corruption as well as cyber strategy, information security, intelligence & analytics and operational resilience and provide executives of the world’s largest financial institutions with independent advice, ‘state of the art’ technology solutions and independent assurance.
Our strong relationships with international regulatory authorities and industry bodies give us excellent insight into key cross-border regulatory trends and the direction of policy making and our strategic partnerships with some of the world’s leading financial technology companies enable us to support our clients in responding strategically to the increasing threat level and risks they face.
- High-level understanding of the UK financial services environment and regulation, with a specific specialism in Financial Crime
- Ideally 1-3 years of Financial Crime experience including working on regulatory engagements e.g. s166 reviews
- Strong ability to understand legal and regulatory requirements and to apply them to business practices
- Professional manner and excellent communication skills
- Strong analytical, attention-to-detail, and problem-solving skills
- Comfortable in a fast-paced and evolving environment which includes ongoing learning and training opportunities
Our recruitment and selection process is just as much an opportunity for you to find out about us as it is for us to assess you. There are a number of stages, each of which will give you the chance to learn more about us. The scope of opportunities at Parker Fitzgerald means there are a number of different methods we use to make sure the process is fair and thorough. Your recruitment contact at Parker Fitzgerald will describe the exact process for the role you have applied for.
We recognise the valued service provided by recruitment agencies and as such have a Preferred Supplier List, with whom terms of business have been agreed. Only suppliers who have signed up to these terms can place candidates with Parker Fitzgerald and will receive instruction directly from us to do so. We are therefore unable to consider speculative CVs or proposals from any other third party and any speculative CVs or proposals being sent into the business will be treated as gifts.
As such, Parker Fitzgerald reserves the right to contact directly any candidates who have been speculatively submitted by a third party and shall therefore not be liable for any fees whatsoever should it choose to engage the candidate’s services.
Submission of any unsolicited CVs and proposals to us will be deemed evidence of full and unlimited acceptance of these terms and agreement that these terms are the totality of any commercial or contractual relationship whatsoever in respect of the candidate(s) whose unsolicited CVs were sent.