Regulatory Officer

  • 37520
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Jun 9, 2020
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  • Billingual (English & French)
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RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Conducts progressively more complex assignments to acquire knowledge and to support the work of the assigned Division.
  • Accountable for analyzing, formulating, interpreting, promoting and applying regulatory capital guidance, the legislation and/or other prudential guidance that applies to Federally Regulated Financial Institutions.
  • Works within a team that is responsible for the analysis of regulatory approval requests or of emerging domestic and global risks that necessitate changing prudential guidance and capital, liquidity and other related requirements.
  • May assist others and represent the company in discussing issues or questions with Federally Regulated Financial Institutions, and on international and domestic working groups, committees or task forces to discuss and present the company’s views pertaining to principles and standards relating to varied prudential issues affecting financial institutions.
  • Contributes leadership, direction and expertise within cross-sector teams within the company and industry advisory/consultation groups established by the company.
  • Accountable for their own ongoing training and development with respect to the application of capital, liquidity, legislative and other related requirements for Federally Regulated Financial Institutions and for the development of their leadership competencies.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Graduation with a degree from a recognized university; and have recently obtained or be working towards:
  • A master’s degree from a recognized university in business administration, commerce, finance, accounting, mathematics, economics, public administration, actuarial science, or another specialty relevant to the position; or A law degree from a recognized Canadian university; or Membership of a Canadian Law society; or A professional accounting designation; or Completion of four exams towards the Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries.
  • Experience conducting research.
  • Experience writing reports, presentations or briefing notes.
  • Professional designation: CFA, CPA, FCAS, FCIA, FSA, FRM.
  • Experience conducting research and analysis of financial or non-financial risks.
  • Experience writing correspondence, reports, presentations or briefing notes related to the financial sector.
  • Experience interpreting legislation or regulations, or developing or interpreting guidance, related to Canadian financial sector.
  • Experience carrying out the regulation or supervision of financial institutions.
  • Knowledge of the role and mandate of the Company.
  • Knowledge of current and emerging risks in the Canadian financial sector or facing Canadian pension plans
  • Knowledge of the Canadian regulatory framework for financial institutions or pension plans.
  • Knowledge of capital markets and financial products.
  • English Essential, Bilingual imperative.
  • Critical Thinking
  • Innovation
  • Results Orientation
  • Collaboration
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
  • Ability and willingness to work overtime occasionally.
  • Ability and willingness to travel within Canada and abroad.