Helping you to mitigate risk and stay on top of changing regulations
FDM’s Risk, Regulation and Compliance (RRC) Service provides the capability to react to changing demands across Technology and Operations, whilst also meeting your regulatory compliance and risk requirements.
Our RRC analysts work across the Client Life Cycle Management functions, including KYC, Due Diligence, Client On-Boarding, Recertification and Off-Boarding, as well as AML and Financial Crime. The FDM training focuses on the critical understanding of handling sensitive information and high-profile projects in line with best practices.
FDM’s Risk, Regulation and Compliance consultants have worked with our clients on a variety of projects. This includes a large KYC project for a German International bank to comply with a new European legislation, working with a client in Switzerland to turn around a failing project on transaction reporting across UK and European subsidiaries, and assisting UK Government Departments in their Brexit preparations.
Bright, resilient and adaptable
We draw on talent from a diverse range of sources to identify those who exhibit strong resilience, problem solving, and stakeholder management abilities for successful integration into your Risk, Regulation and Compliance teams.
For more complex projects, FDM can provide multidisciplinary ‘pods’ of consultants, all collaborating on your particular business requirements. The Risk, Regulation and Compliance stream runs a number of these pods based on implementing regulatory change projects, where they are tasked to consider the impact of a number of regulations on the operations of a fictitious bank. Key elements of this training curriculum are implementing Dodd Frank, LIBOR and SFTR and ensuring compliance across trading systems, whilst challenging key stakeholders and remaining within strict budgets and tight timelines.
“Learning FICC Risk is very challenging without prior working experience. Avneet, a recent graduate, was able to learn about the different FICC businesses, technologies and risks within a few months.”Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch