Conduct & Regulatory Affairs
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If you’re searching for work in a challenging and evolving environment, then look no further. Our Conduct & Regulatory Affairs graduate programme will give you the tools and experience you need to build a bright future.
As a bank, we operate in a rapidly changing environment. New regulation and legislation on a number of fronts is transforming how financial service organisations operate, as well as the duty of care to our customer.
Conduct & Regulatory Affairs (C&RA) exists to make sure the bank safeguards its customers, and fulfils its responsibilities to our regulators and shareholders. We set the strategy for how the bank manages its conduct and compliance agenda, and oversee its execution. We also manage interactions with key regulators, and act as an advisory voice to our businesses; providing trusted advice and challenge, supporting sustainable growth, protecting customers and standing up for fairness.
What you can expect
Our two year graduate programme will take you through four varied placements across two nationwide locations. It’s a unique opportunity to get an overview of a dynamic function with a key leadership role in meeting our long term ambitions.
Your rotations will give you the chance to develop your knowledge of the different disciplines in the function, and could include areas like Financial Crime, Advisory, Regulatory Affairs, Compliance Services, and Remediation & Complaints Oversight.
Wherever your rotations take you, you’ll be contributing to the trusted advice and challenge C&RA deliver to our business. And you’ll be supporting sustainable growth, protecting our customers, and standing up for fairness.
Who we're looking for
We want you to bring your passion, because we know we can help shape it so you can reach your full potential. If you’re hungry to learn, professional, confident, positive and enthusiastic, you have the right attitude to work in C&RA.
We’re a varied function, and you don’t need a particular degree to succeed here. However, degrees such as Economics, Law and PPE help develop transferable skills which can act as a good foundation.
Whatever you’ve studied, we ask all of our graduates to have a minimum 2:1. You don’t need any specific UCAS points for this programme.