Senior Advisor, Regulatory Outreach
City : Montreal - 1190 av. des Canadiens-de-Montreal
Category : Full time
Industry : Technology & Financial Services
Employer : TMX Group
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The TMX group of companies includes leading global exchanges such as the Toronto Stock Exchange, Montreal Exchange, and numerous innovative organizations enhancing capital markets. United as a global team, we’re connecting cross-functionally, traversing industries and geographies, moving opportunity into action, advancing global economic growth, and propelling progress. Through a rich exchange of ideas, meaningful collaboration, and a nimble operating model, we're powering some of the nation's most critical systems, fueling capital formation and innovation, bringing increased opportunity to business visionaries, product ingenuity to consumers, and career exploration to our team.
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Now Hiring: Senior Advisor, Regulatory Outreach
Reporting to the Director, Strategy and Regulatory Outreach, the Senior Advisor, Regulatory Outreach (the “Advisor”) plays a key support role in the Division. The Advisor participates in the development and implementation of the regulatory outreach program with the Bourse’s Participants and has an active role in the rules development function of the Division. The Advisor also coordinates the Division’s regulatory initiatives based on strategic priorities set by the Director.
Coordinates rules development and amendments initiatives of the Bourse and the Division, and collaborates with stakeholders both internal and external;
Manages the development of new rules and amendments of rules on market integrity, coordinates with the Division’s other services and is responsible for conducting research, assessments and drafting the related circulars and analysis;
Responds to requests from internal and external stakeholders concerning the regulations governing trading of the Bourse’s derivatives;
Proposes content for the publication of guidelines and FAQs based on intel and feedback collected;
Drafts guidelines, FAQs, educational documents for training purposes or similar documents by collaborating with other services of the Division;
Responsible for maintaining up-to-date the Approved Persons’ training materials and Division’s public information resources, such as FAQ, guidelines and website;
Organizes information sessions for Participants;
Provides the Director with support in order to keep Participants informed of the Bourse’s initiatives and of any regulatory impacts;
Assists Participants and clients on a case-by-case basis;
Ensures constant communication with the Division’s other services to ascertain consistency in responses to inquiries and interpretations of rules;
Assists in various analysis, research and statistics related to derivatives, specifically for the Bourse’s products and markets and their regulation;
At the request of the Director, participates in any working group in which the Division has an interest;
Carries out any other duties that may be assigned, given the role.
University degree in the relevant field (Finance, Law, Economics or other fields pertinent to this role);
Minimum of seven (7) years of relevant experience;
Experience in the regulatory field;
Knowledge of the financial markets, derivative instruments and the applicable regulations;
Experience in rules development, or relevant exposure to the rules making process, is an asset;
Well-versed in drafting analysis (technical, legal), reports, memos and similar documents;
Excellent research, analytical skills and ability to synthesize information;
Excellent priority management skills, keen sense of work planning and organization;
Ability to establish effective interpersonal relations;
Well-honed communication and presentation skills, in English and French, both oral and written (contacts and collaboration with clients and colleagues English only) ;
Autonomy and initiative;
Tolerance for ambiguity;
Sense of ethics and integrity;
Nice to Have:
Professional designation or a Master degree in the relevant field is an asset, (ex. CFA, member with a provincial bar association, MBA);
Industry courses, such as Canadian Securities Course and Derivatives Fundamentals Course, or other qualifications are an asset.
In the market for…
Excitement - Explore emerging technology and innovation, as well as ventures and digital finance that shape the future of global markets! Experience the movement of the market while grounded in the stability of close to 200 years of success.
Connection - With site hubs in some of the world’s most multicultural cities, we leverage our size and structure to create rich connections and belonging while experiencing powerful global impact through our work.
Impact - More than a platform, we use our talents to power mission-critical systems that drive global economic advancement, innovation, and growth. As well, our employee-led Team Impact spreads social good via our giving strategy.
Wellness - From empathetic leadership to a culture of flexibility and balance, we believe wellness at work creates the maximum yield and a stronger “we”. Plus, with a cloud-first and hybrid workstyle, as well as generous time-off and leaves, we support a life well lived!
Growth - From a growth mindset in our work, to expansion in our business, TMX is home to action-takers energized by the achievement of ambitious growth.
Ready to enrich your career with impactful work, leaders who truly care, and the flexibility and programs to help you thrive as part of #TeamTMX ? Apply now.
TMX is committed to creating and sustaining a collegial work environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect and one which reflects the diversity of the community in which we operate. We provide accommodations for applicants and employees who require it.