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Compliance Analyst

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £40,000 - £45,000
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: 171705
  • Sector: Insurance
Job Description

A global insurance broker in the city are looking for a Compliance Analyst, which would sit in a newly created Policy team as part of the wider Group Compliance Function. This role reports directly into the Head of Compliance Policy who is looking for bright, articulate and driven candidates as there is potential for growth into different areas of the business (advisory, monitoring etc).



* Reviewing policies and procedures against regulatory requirements 
* Supporting development of training and updating policies 
* Keeping abreast of regulatory changes (horizon scanning)
* Providing technical advice to the business partners and monitoring team
* Supporting key projects


The right person for this role will have a good understanding of the regulatory environment, preferably from an insurance background. The ability to communicate across the business and interpret policies is important, as well as senior stakeholder management. 


Salary: £40,000 -  £45,000 + on target bonus 


Interviews are underway for this position, but the hiring manager still welcomes more CV's. Please apply for this role by calling Georgina Housden on 02079368945, sending your CV to or applying to this advert.

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