The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA), based in Brussels, is looking for a Regulatory Policy Advisor with relevant experience in capital markets, trading and market infrastructures to strengthen its regulatory team.
EFAMA is the voice of the European investment management industry. Its membership consists of 28 national associations, 59 corporate members and 23 associate members.
More information about EFAMA can be found at www.efama.org.
You will be part of the Association’s Regulatory Policy Team. The team is responsible for:
- Monitoring the developments in the EU and international regulatory environment likely to have a significant impact on the EU investment management industry and alerting members at the earliest possible stage;
- Monitoring EU initiatives in your area of competence, with a particular focus on capital markets, trading, trade reporting and market infrastructures (MiFID, EMIR, SFTR, CSDR,…);
- Analysing the possible impacts of these developments, facilitating exchanges of views and fostering the development of common positions among the members;
- Engaging in a constructive dialogue with policy-makers and regulators to represent the views of members and promote sensible regulation and fair competition conditions for the industry;
- Evaluating the results of actions, reporting to the members in a timely manner and drawing lessons for the future;
- Work closely with EFAMA members and industry representatives to identify priorities, develop robust industry positions, and draft appropriate narratives;
- Build and maintain a network of trusted relationships within EU authorities and other public and private organisations;
- Participate in various events to actively promote the views of the organisation.
- University degree in Law, European studies, Economics or other relevant area;
- An understanding of the EU’s policy-making process and/or of the investment management industry is a distinct advantage;
- Demonstrable professional experience in the field of capital markets, trading and market infrastructures and good understanding of its policy context;
- Ability to quickly absorb and synthetise complex information;
- High level of accuracy and attention to detail;
- Highly proactive, self-motivated, result-oriented, creative and enthusiastic;
- Strong team spirit and inter-personal skills;
- Excellent communication skills, verbal, written and presentational;
- Native-level English speaker; other European languages will be an asset.
- An international working environment with a leading European trade association;
- Opportunities for long-term perspective;
- Opportunities to grow, take initiatives and work with a young and ambitious team;
- Stimulating work focusing on issues of great economic and social significance;
- An attractive remuneration package (incl. fringe benefits) commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Deadline for applications: 5th of March 2021.