SEI is seeking to hire a Risk Analyst to working with our Head of Risk and the wider Risk team to be integral in the day to day achievement of objectives, to include maintenance of the risk policies and procedures and others related documentation and associated business reporting to the functional business lines within SEI Europe. This is a hybrid role.
What you will do:
› Help to review and regularly update all risk related policies, procedures and other relevant documents that make up the SIEL Risk Management Framework (RMF).
› Work with the risk team in the preparation of materials for risk related forums and committee meetings.
› Assist the business on the reporting and quantification of incidents, as well as assisting with the alignment to their risk and control self-assessment (RCSA).
› Assisting the first line of defence in adhering to all relevant aspects of the Risk Management Framework (RMF).
› Helping to define and report Key Risk Indicators (KRI's)/Metrics.
› Assist with independent thematic reviews.
› Independent review of risks recorded across individual RCSAs against the individual and entity level risk tolerances.
› Perform demonstrable and defensible credible challenge of the first line of defence on their measurement of their risk exposure.
› Assisting the business define, mitigate & challenge project risks, and advising and challenging product related risks as presented to the New or Amended Business Committee/Product Services Committee.
› All SIEL employees are responsible for the identification, assessment and control of risks and risk events. Employees will maintain a good understanding of applicable policies, procedures, risk appetites and tolerance relevant to their function and or business unit, and are expected to consider current and potential risks when making or informing business decisions. Employees are responsible for the accurate and timely escalation and recording of incidents associated to relevant risks. In addition, employees are responsible for completing all required Risk Management training.
What we need from you:
› Demonstrable experience of risk management within financial services
› Experience reviewing and writing policies and procedures
› Advanced technical knowledge of Excel/PowerPoint/Word; some knowledge of Access
What we would like from you:
› Strong work ethic, methodical, and keen attention to detail
› Ability to multi-task and prioritize workloads
› Capable of working alone and also as part of a small team
› Experience in interacting effectively with stakeholders and to effect change
› Good interpersonal skills, willingness and ability to discuss and collaborate with colleagues and stake holders at various levels
› Must be able to execute both a tenacious yet flexible approach and be able to influence
› Willing to learn quickly
› Someone who will embody our SEI Values of courage, integrity, collaboration, inclusion, connection and fun. Please see our website for more information. https://www.seic.com/
SEI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and so much more...
After 50 years in business, SEI is a leading global provider of investment management, investment processing and investment operations solutions. Reflecting our experience within financial services and financial technology our UK office is based between the City of London and the growing technology hub of Shoreditch. The open plan nature of our office space, flowing lines and numerous art installations are designed to encourage innovation and creativity in our workforce. We recognise that our people are our most valuable asset and are (literally) invested in your success; we know that a healthy, happy and motivated workforce is key to our continued growth. We are focused on ensuring a healthy work-life balance and offer our employees benefits which include private medical care for you and your family, access to GPs online for appointments, enhanced family leave, volunteer days, access to thriving employee networks and not forgetting free fruit twice a week.
SEI Investments (Europe) Limited ('SIEL') is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 191713).