An exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven and enthusiastic Reward Associate to join our HR Reward team in London. This opportunity will give you the chance to work with the Reward Governance team supporting our global operating groups alongside colleagues in London and Sydney. You will support the delivery of reward governance within the EMEA Region across regulated entities covered by CRD4, AIFMD and UCITS V regulations. Reporting to the EMEA Head of Reward Governance, you will work in a small team with a remit including:
Supporting the Material Risk Taker (MRT) identification process including the preparation of Steering Group papers and delivery of individual MRT communication
Maintaining the MRT database/tracker
Supporting the preparation and delivery of the annual regulatory disclosures (Pillar 3, RPS Questionnaire, AIFM remuneration disclosure)
Supporting the EMEA Head of Reward Governance with papers for the Board Remuneration Committee (Remco) at both local entity and Macquarie Group level
Liaison with internal stakeholders (wider HR team, Risk Management, and business leads) on reward governance related matters and regulatory requirements
As a recent entrant to the workforce (up to circa two years' experience), you will have advanced knowledge of excel, strong analytical skills and be highly numerate with great attention to detail. You will be resourceful, show initiative and be pro-active with the ability to work as part of a collaborative global team and independently, whilst managing competing priorities with a high degree of organisation and self-direction. Strong communication skills are crucial, alongside excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-task. You will have demonstrable problem-solving skills, along with a creative and solutions focused approach. In addition, you will also have the confidence to think differently and be open to learning in a fast paced and changing environment.
Previous experience working in a similar role (remuneration regulations, legal or consultancy with knowledge/understanding of the regulatory landscape within Financial Services) would be advantageous but not essential.
If you are an enthusiastic team player, with a flexible work approach and desire to succeed, we would love to hear from you.
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