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Lucy Adam

This is a fantastic opportunity for a regulatory compliance professional to join a small, specialist legal and compliance team in a high profile energy infrastructure company. This is a small, high-performing team – to succeed in this role you'll need to have intellectual curiosity, the ability to think and learn fast and a passion for developments in the wider sector. You will be given support and training to help you settle into this role and you'll work very closely with the Head of Legal in this role which is excellent from a personal development perspective.

There are 3 main strands to this unique role:
• The oversight of forward trading and within day/dispatch regulatory compliance, and further developing and embedding the company’s regulatory compliance capability.
• Administration of the policy framework across the organisation, and maintenance and training in relation to Legal and Risk Management policies and procedures.
• Supporting internal audit and insurance on an ad hoc basis.

Responsibilities include to:
• Deal with external inquiries from regulatory authorities and market platforms (e.g. EPEX), escalating to legal and/or senior management where required.
• Design and conduct compliance audits, and make recommendations based on outcomes.
• Deal with internal inquiries from the trading and commercial operations team on regulatory compliance matters.
• Maintain and refresh trading regulatory compliance policies and procedures.
• Monitor the horizon for change in best practice (incl. updated guidance and best practice, enforcement cases, etc.) and communicate such changes to relevant internal stakeholders.
• Manage and deliver regulatory compliance training and certification for market facing personnel.
• Propose and champion internal change programmes where required
• Advise on compliance ‘best-practice’ to support other functional areas.
• Administer company-wide policy framework.

We're looking for:
• Experience in maintaining a compliance framework, including policies, procedures and training .
• Experience communicating with the regulatory authorities (e.g. Ofgem, BEIS and/or FCA or EU equivalent) and responding to inquiries from regulators.
• Experience with EU energy and/or financial market regulation (i.e. REMIT, MAR, EMIR and MiFID II).
• Experience communicating regulatory issues to a range of internal stakeholders, including senior management.
• Experience working/collaborating with industry working groups (existing network in this respect a plus).
• Experience in developing and/or delivering regulatory compliance training.

Please contact us to discuss in detail! Adam Appointments is the only Scottish agency specialising exclusively in Corporate Governance recruitment.

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