MUFG Union Bank Regulatory Policy and Advocacy Expert, Brussels in United States
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We are currently recruiting for a Vice President, Regulatory Policy and Advocacy Expert for our Planning Division in Brussels.
MUFG Bank Europe N.V. (MBE) is a fully-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), one of the largest ranked Financial Groups in the world in terms of assets. A world-class set of businesses and more than 180,000 employees in 50 markets. MUFG offers stability in an ever-changing market, providing services to high-profile clients worldwide.
For more than 50 years MBE offers commercial banking services to both Japanese and non-Japanese corporate customers in The Netherlands and, through its branches, in Central and East Europe. The goal is to be among the top performing foreign-owned banks operating in The Netherlands, providing value-added banking services and excellent operations, fulfilling both Japanese and non-Japanese customers' needs.
The MBE subsidiary based in Belgium is a network of branches, managed from Amsterdam.
Our vision? To become the world’s most trusted financial group. You’ll help us achieve it.
Main purpose of the role
The VP will assist in the execution of the MUFG advocacy strategy through the monitoring and management of political and regulatory issues, collaborating with internal stakeholders to develop policy positions with a view to create trust and support for MUFG as a thought leader on policy and regulatory issues.
The role includes the following:
The scope of the role would cover, but not be limited to, the following responsibilities:
Providing executive management and lines of business with timely and concise information about emerging political policy and regulatory issues and help develop the advocacy position vis-a-vis European policy stakeholders.
Monitoring of key political, policy and regulatory developments
Contributing to various departments’ specific publications for sharing information across the firm, as well as providing regular and ad hoc updates on subject specific issues.
Preparing presentation and internal briefings for senior management lines of business areas and management committees.
Collaborate with key internal departments on external advocacy and provide a client voice and context in external engagement.
Supporting the European head of Policy and Advocacy in monitoring the activities of the EU institutions.
Stakeholder Management, Engagement & Advocacy
Developing and implementing advocacy strategies on policy, legislative and regulatory proposals with a strong focus on financial and operational resilience ESG and digital finance.
Be an ambassador for MUFG in Brussels with relevant public sector stakeholders, industry peers, public forums and industry-led initiatives.
Developing and maintaining a strong network of stakeholders for gathering intelligence and assisting in development of the overall advocacy strategy.
Contributing to the work of trade associations and liaising with counterparts in other financial institutions to the agreed positions on issues and leverage collective resources for advocacy.
Engage in proactively in global and regional industry initiatives to progress industry best practices and ensure global consistency in the design of the emerging policy and regulatory frameworks.
Screening and earl identification of upcoming EU legislation affecting the business model of the organization.
Drafting input for briefings, presentations and reports for Management Board and Senior Management – as well as other internal stakeholders.
Preparing for external events, including workshops, discussion rounds, conferences and receptions.
In order to be successful in the role, you will need the following:
University degree (Bachelor / Masters)
Minimum 5 years’ of experience related to financial services policy in Brussels
Extensive knowledge of the European policy making process including the interlinkages between the European institutions, the EU member states and the UK as well as other international institutions and regulatory bodies.
Passionate about EU politics, experience working in Brussels policymaking field is considered an asset
Strong ability to transfer complex policy and regulatory issues into concise information relevant to the business strategy of the bank.
Ability to engage with various seniority levels within a large complex organization.
Ability to adapt to an international working environment
Self-starter with an ability to work independently as well as with relevant internal stakeholders
Understanding of broader geopolitical issues relevant to financial services and banking
Highly skilled in MS Office, in particular PowerPoint
Elaborate level of communication (both written and oral) and presentation skills
Innovation and strategic mindset
A proactive, motivated approach
Strong decision making skills, the ability to demonstrate sound judgement
Culture leader by example, sets tone and expectations for peers through actions and authenticity.
Integrity and Responsibility
Balance Risk with Opportunity
Demonstrate Global Perspective
Professionalism and Teamwork
Drive For Results
Collaborate and Build Partnerships
Communicate Effectively and Professionally
Challenge Ourselves To Grow
Influence and Inspire Others
Lead Change & Seek Continuous Improvement
Manage and Develop Talent
What do we have to offer:
We offer you a role in one of the largest banks of the world in a growing and international environment. You have various opportunities to develop yourself and we will support you with that by offering various training and development possibilities.
Besides that we will offer you:
Gross salary based on experience and consistent with the market
8% holiday allowance and 13th month payment.
29 vacation days per year. Optional you can buy 15 additional days.
Commuting allowance based via Reisbalans on annual public transport 2nd class, most economical way, or € 0,19 per km with a max of 75km one way.
Remote working allowance (max €60,-)
Possibility to order Office Equipment’s via GZ (up to €500,-)
Bicycle plan (fiscal benefit)
Company fitness (fiscal benefit)
Employee contribution towards Pension insurance (max 5%, currently 2%), our pension scheme is based on a defined contribution scheme. (Allianz)
Training & development possibilities paid by the bank (internal rules)
Health insurance: Collective premiums offered, for own expense.
Additional information :
Acquisition in response to this vacancy is not appreciated.
The role is based in Belgium. External candidates need to be willing to relocate to Belgium. Internal MBE employees will be supported in case of relocation.
For more information regarding this position you can contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist at: email@example.com
We are open to considering flexible working requests in line with organisational requirements.
MUFG is committed to embracing diversity and building an inclusive culture where all employees are valued, respected and their opinions count. We support the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in recruitment and employment, and oppose all forms of discrimination on the grounds of age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy and maternity, race, gender reassignment, religion or belief and marriage or civil partnership.
We make our recruitment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner in accordance with our commitment to identifying the right skills for the right role and our obligations under the law.