Regulatory Affairs Advisor

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Finance & Risk

  • Salary:

    £40000 - £50000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Sarah Stott

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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You will be working for our client who is a Global Trading organisation and part of the Worlds largest energy companies. They have a wealth of expertise, knowledge and experience which makes them an exciting place to work

Working within Commercial Operations the core responsibilities of the role include assisting in the establishment of the current and future regulatory requirements for their business activities, and the identification of potential commercial impacts on Gas & Power portfolios.
The role will be highly interdependent with other functions including, but not limited to Gas, Power, LNG, LPG and Oil Trading, Commercial Operations, Operational and Enterprise Risk and Regulatory Compliance, Operational Planning and Management and Legal.

Identify significant regulatory challenges and commercial opportunities for Gas & Power arising from the planned strategy and tactics, for the current and future regulatory environments. Work with the Front Office and support functions to develop corresponding action plans.
Work with the Front Office Trading desk and Operational Planning and Management team and the relevant support functions across GM&T to ensure necessary operational arrangements are implemented for new business development.
Monitor Gas, Power and LNG regulation to identify potential new regulatory compliance requirements necessary to existing policies, processes and systems.
Help ensure that the company understands and complies with its energy regulation compliance requirements.
Identify operational risks arising from regulatory compliance requirements and liaise with operational risk management in the implementation of effective reporting, control and mitigation processes
Identify, assess, and report strategic regulatory risks arising from potential developments.
As required, Compliance, Legal and Risk Management to enable the Regulatory Affairs Department to meet its business objectives.

Working Experience
Regulatory specialist able to balance understanding of the energy regulatory framework and market design with commercial insight.
Excellent understanding of wholesale Gas and LNG markets. Knowledge in Power or Oil markets is an advantage.
Regulatory experience gained through working in a regulatory body or in a regulatory function in a commercial company or in an economic regulatory consultancy role is essential.
Exposure to energy trading and retailing environments within a highly commercial and entrepreneurial focused business would be an advantage.
Commercial experience of monetizing opportunities is a distinct advantage.

Degree level education in finance, economics, business or related discipline (minimum 2:1).
Masters level education preferred.
Regulatory qualification(s) is an advantage.