GRA Advisor - Insurance

Job Description

Title: GRA Advisor - Insurance

Company Name: Suncorp

Vacancy: 3

Job Location: Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs

Employment Status: Contract/Temp

GRA Advisor - Insurance

  • Brisbane or Sydney location
  • Working directly with business stakeholders and regulators
  • 6-month contract

The Role:

The GRA (Group Regulatory Affairs) Advisor – Insurance is responsible for managing and co-ordinating interactions with the key Australian national regulators (APRA, ASIC, ACCC, ACMA, AUSTRAC and OAIC) primarily across Insurance.

Key responsibilities:

  • Act as a trusted advisor to the business on regulatory affairs matters
  • Work constructively with, and take direction from, the Manager, Group Regulatory Affairs (GRA) Insurance, Executive Manager, GRA, and the Insurance Function on regulatory affairs matters
  • Identify and drive opportunities to enhance collaboration across Group Regulatory Affairs, the broader Chief Risk Office (CRO) community and the Functions supported by this role
  • Support the team in the delivery of regulatory affairs advice and oversight across the team, including demonstrating flexibility in the allocation of work across the team 
  • Build and contribute to the capability of Group Regulatory Affairs through professional development
  • Providing quality and timely advice, support and communications to internal stakeholders as relevant to regulatory issues, focusing specifically on Insurance
  • Recording in the relevant systems all correspondence and actions on regulatory issues
  • Conducting ongoing review of existing tools, then providing recommendations and solutions on documentary/system enhancements to improve the Group Regulatory Affairs function
  • Supporting the development and delivery of any new documentary/system enhancements
  • Completing draft content of Board Reports, briefing notes to Senior Management and reports for submission to Executive Manager for review and approval
  • Reviewing the existing reporting and analysis, then provide recommendations and solutions on enhancements and efficiencies to improve the GRA function

Skills & Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in risk, compliance related field within the financial services sector
  • Comprehensive understanding of regulatory requirements that relate to the Suncorp Group
  • Experience in dealing with financial services regulators – Desired
  • Proven experience in dealing with multiple stakeholders, including senior management
  • Demonstrated experience in roles that handle sensitive and confidential material
  • Strong ability to seek out information and break down problems and situations into components, options or alternatives
  • Tertiary qualifications preferably in Law, Business, commerce or finance

Benefits

  • Competitive salary package
  • Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products
  • Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance
  • Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing)
  • We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition)

About Us

Suncorp is a leading financial services provider in Australia and New Zealand, enabling more than nine million customers to better protect and enhance their financial wellbeing. With a heritage dating back to 1902, we have grown to become a top-50 ASX-listed company with over 13,000 people. We offer banking, wealth management and insurance products and services through our well-recognised brands including Suncorp, AAMI, GIO, Apia, Shannons and Vero, as well as those from our partners.

If this sounds like you, apply online today. For further information, please contact Patrick Cunningham [email protected]

 

 

Suncorp
  • Brisbane or Sydney location
  • Working directly with business stakeholders and regulators
  • 6-month contract

The Role:

The GRA (Group Regulatory Affairs) Advisor – Insurance is responsible for managing and co-ordinating interactions with the key Australian national regulators (APRA, ASIC, ACCC, ACMA, AUSTRAC and OAIC) primarily across Insurance.

Key responsibilities:

  • Act as a trusted advisor to the business on regulatory affairs matters
  • Work constructively with, and take direction from, the Manager, Group Regulatory Affairs (GRA) Insurance, Executive Manager, GRA, and the Insurance Function on regulatory affairs matters
  • Identify and drive opportunities to enhance collaboration across Group Regulatory Affairs, the broader Chief Risk Office (CRO) community and the Functions supported by this role
  • Support the team in the delivery of regulatory affairs advice and oversight across the team, including demonstrating flexibility in the allocation of work across the team 
  • Build and contribute to the capability of Group Regulatory Affairs through professional development
  • Providing quality and timely advice, support and communications to internal stakeholders as relevant to regulatory issues, focusing specifically on Insurance
  • Recording in the relevant systems all correspondence and actions on regulatory issues
  • Conducting ongoing review of existing tools, then providing recommendations and solutions on documentary/system enhancements to improve the Group Regulatory Affairs function
  • Supporting the development and delivery of any new documentary/system enhancements
  • Completing draft content of Board Reports, briefing notes to Senior Management and reports for submission to Executive Manager for review and approval
  • Reviewing the existing reporting and analysis, then provide recommendations and solutions on enhancements and efficiencies to improve the GRA function

Skills & Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in risk, compliance related field within the financial services sector
  • Comprehensive understanding of regulatory requirements that relate to the Suncorp Group
  • Experience in dealing with financial services regulators – Desired
  • Proven experience in dealing with multiple stakeholders, including senior management
  • Demonstrated experience in roles that handle sensitive and confidential material
  • Strong ability to seek out information and break down problems and situations into components, options or alternatives
  • Tertiary qualifications preferably in Law, Business, commerce or finance

Benefits

  • Competitive salary package
  • Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products
  • Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance
  • Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing)
  • We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition)

About Us

Suncorp is a leading financial services provider in Australia and New Zealand, enabling more than nine million customers to better protect and enhance their financial wellbeing. With a heritage dating back to 1902, we have grown to become a top-50 ASX-listed company with over 13,000 people. We offer banking, wealth management and insurance products and services through our well-recognised brands including Suncorp, AAMI, GIO, Apia, Shannons and Vero, as well as those from our partners.

If this sounds like you, apply online today. For further information, please contact Patrick Cunningham [email protected]

 

 

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