CUSO Regulatory Affairs - Associate

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Job description

Business type

Types of Jobs - Risk Management / Control

Job title

CUSO Regulatory Affairs - Associate

Contract type

Permanent Contract

Job summary

The Regulatory Affairs team is responsible for coordinating and facilitating communications between the Bank and its various regulators on behalf of all US business operations and entities, as well as for coordinating the regulatory remediation efforts within the region. The team is primarily responsible for all interaction with regulatory agencies and bodies and for ensuring effective communication between executives in the US and France concerning such interaction. The team also oversees the production of requested documents and the organization of regulatory exams and meetings.  In addition, the team serves in a coordination and assessment role to confirm that all regulatory remediation efforts are conducted in an appropriate and prescribed manner, thus ensuring the quality and effectiveness of all necessary improvements.

Job Description:
Exciting opportunity to become an Associate at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank as part of the Regulatory Affairs team in New York, reporting to the CUSO Head of Regulatory Affairs. Qualified applicants should have knowledge of Market Risk and Liquidity concepts, and investment banking.

By way of broader context, the Regulatory Affairs team coordinates the Bank’s relationships with the various banking regulators in the U.S. Within this context, your responsibilities will include:

·       Prepare, document, and retain Regulatory requests & responses working closely with the Liquidity Risk, Market Risk and Treasury team, and/or subject matter experts as well as with other teams within Bank to ensure accuracy
·       Support and track requests from management, auditors or regulators related to regulatory examinations, meetings, and findings
·       Coordinate responses to follow up requests made by regulators during exams and enhanced continuous monitoring of the regulators
·       Provide written summaries/minutes of regulatory meetings
·       Assist in the administration of the firm’s regulatory remediation program and committee meetings supporting these efforts
·       Partner with internal stakeholders, audit and regulators establishing strong working relationships while maintaining effective challenge
·       Understand and become familiar with the various data sources, platforms, tools, and manage large and complex data requested by regulators.
·       Function as a key contributor and demonstrate knowledge of Treasury and Liquidity risk as well as broader functional knowledge
·       Identify opportunities for process enhancement, simplification, and automation.
·       Coordinate responses to regulatory information requests and arrange meetings with Bank personnel.
·       Escalate any identified issues to management on a timely basis
·       Focus on the regulatory environment and provide a holistic overview of the landscape to the impacted stakeholders
·       Engage with control colleagues across the firm, business, operations management, legal, compl

Supplementary Information

Salary Range: $100k-$150k

Position location

Geographical area

America, United States Of America



Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

Academic qualification / Speciality

·       Minimum of Bachelor's degree; a focus on in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or related discipline is beneficial

Level of minimal experience

3-5 years


·       2+ years of experience in financial services industry is required; experience in Liquidity Risk, Market Risk, and/or Treasury is preferred, and experience in Regulatory, Compliance, Risk Management, Audit, Oversight & Control, is a plus


Required skills

·       Ability to balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced, complex and evolving environment

·       Ability to collaborate and establish relationships across organizations and employee levels, including senior leaders, with the confidence to formulate, advocate and drive ideas forward

·       Ability to work with limited supervision and manage multiple tasks while exceling in a dynamic, demanding environment

·       Self-starter and strongly motivated to achieve higher standards over time

·       Strong communication skills, both verbal and written and attention to detail required. Knowledge of the French language is a plus

·       Strong technical skills – including PowerPoint, Word, Excel, SharePoint

·       Strong problem solving and analytical skills. Ability to understand the business / knowledge of regulation surrounding business.

·       A positive attitude and team spirit with exceptional interpersonal and collaboration skills