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Senior Compliance Manager

  • Location: Nottingham
  • Salary: £50,000
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: NE168887
  • Sector: Banking , other Financial Services
Job Description

Senior Compliance Manager

Consumer Credit 



The main function will be...
Supporting the busiuness
Policy compliance and controls
Advising business
Effective challenge on regulatory matters

A key element of the role will be Data protection and GDPR and how that applies to processing data within an FCA regulated business.

You must have Consumer credit experience from a compliance or risk team. Someone who has worked with senior members of the team.

They need someone who is innovative. Not a box ticker. Someone who can stand up to the business, credible and believable support the first line. 

Currently there are 26 heads in the compliance team. There is an advisory team, an assurance team and a reg relations team.

The role is looking to pay up to £50k on the base plus bonus and bens.


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