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Regulatory Affairs Manager (12 month FTC)



Nottingham, UK
Posted on Thursday, July 4, 2024

Company Description

Experian is a global data and technology company, powering opportunities for people and businesses around the world. We help to redefine lending practices, uncover and prevent fraud, simplify healthcare, create marketing solutions, and gain deeper insights into the automotive market, all using our unique combination of data, analytics and software. We also assist millions of people to realise their financial goals and help them save time and money.

We operate across a range of markets, from financial services to healthcare, automotive, agribusiness, insurance, and many more industry segments.

We invest in people and new advanced technologies to unlock the power of data. As a FTSE 100 Index company listed on the London Stock Exchange (EXPN), we have a team of 22,500 people across 32 countries. Our corporate headquarters are in Dublin, Ireland. Learn more at #uniquelyexperian

Job Description

You will lead the team which is accountable for all aspects of Experian UKI's regulatory change and engagement activities. Support the team during a twelve month period to cover maternity leave with the responsibility of identifying opportunities for our business, and ensuring we implement required changes and engage with our regulators.

Why this role is important to us

Experian is regulated by the FCA and the relationship with our team is critical in ensuring that we can continue with the identification, interpretation and appropriate implementation of new regulations from FCA and other regulators is a fundamental requirement of operating within our regulatory environment.

What you'll need to bring to the role & Experian

We are seeking for someone who can:

  • Lead our Regulatory Affairs team
  • Build networks quickly and grasp the complexities of our organisation and its regulated components
  • Be a external interface to with senior stakeholders, engaging them at the right time and in a way that inspires collaboration and pace
  • Build relationship and credibility with our regulators to maintain our positive engagement


Work that matters - What you'll be doing

  • Lead the process to identify regulatory changes affecting our business, our activities and products or which are relevant to the markets we serve.
  • Educate and support our organisation's understanding of the regulatory environment, especially where this will benefit Senior Managers and Certified Persons in maintaining standards of compliance.
  • Working with our Government Affairs team, working to influence the thinking of regulators in areas of strategic importance to Experian.
  • Operate a process for the analysis, oversight and management of regulatory change, driving timely delivery across the organisation. Providing insight on the impact and timing of changes through management information and important performance and risk information data.

Manage Experian's daily relationship with regulators, co-ordinating our responses to requests for information, supporting with drafting of consultation responses, managing direct engagements between 1LoD and the FCA/ICO and supporting the Compliance Director in maintaining Experian's standing with our supervisors.

More about you

  • Experience of engagement with FCA or other UK regulators
  • An understanding of the regulatory environment in the UK, both FCA and ICO, including important areas such as SMCR, the permissions regime, Consumer Duty, operational resilience and outsourcing
  • Skills to influence senior stakeholders to deliver at pace
  • A collaborative and open mindset, and ability to lead multiple strands of activity with a range of key stakeholders

Additional Information

Our uniqueness is that we celebrate yours. Experian's culture and people are important differentiators. We take our people agenda very seriously and focus on what matters; DEI, work/life balance, development, authenticity, engagement, collaboration, wellness, reward & recognition, volunteering... the list goes on. Experian’s people first approach is award-winning; Great Place To Work™ in 24 countries, FORTUNE Best Companies to work and Glassdoor Best Places to Work (globally 4.4 Stars) to name a few. Check out Experian Life on social or our Careers Site to understand why.

Experian is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Innovation is an important part of Experian's DNA and practices, and our diverse workforce drives our success. Everyone can succeed at Experian and bring their whole self to work, irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, religion, colour, sexuality, physical ability or age. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know at the earliest opportunity.


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