Associate, Regulatory Affairs - BPI
As the Associate, Regulatory Affairs, you will play an important role in supporting prudent regulation of banking. Working in our Manhattan-based Office of Regulatory Affairs, you will work directly with executives from America’s leading banks to research and synthesize information, supporting the development of regulatory comment letters, white papers, and other information. We do not expect you to already possess a deep knowledge of banking, but in this highly visible role, you will soon develop that understanding. This role is an outstanding springboard for your career where you will learn from the best and build an elite network of contacts.
In a typical day, you might receive emails from, or schedule calls with, the Chief Financial Officer or Chief Risk Officer at some of the most prestigious financial institutions in the world. You might attend meetings at the Federal Reserve, or help gather information to better understand an emerging regulatory issue. You might be involved in responding to a key issue in the news.
Your interest in tracking current events, your innate curiosity, and your ability to ask good questions will serve you well in this role. And as your knowledge of the banking industry and regulation grows, you will begin writing the first draft of regulatory comment letters, and become sought after as an expert on issue areas like bank liquidity and regulatory reporting.
The Bank Policy Institute (BPI) conducts research and advocacy on behalf of America’s leading banks. Banking and financial services are a central pillar of economic activity, and the prudential regulation of this industry affects not only the safety, soundness, and financial stability of this economic sector, but also broader innovation and credit availability – serving to boost U.S. commerce as a whole. BPI’s members make 72% of all loans and 44% of the nation’s small business loans.
BPI is a nonpartisan public policy, research and advocacy group, representing the nation’s leading banks. Our members include universal banks, regional banks and major foreign banks doing business in the United States. Collectively, we employ millions of Americans and serve as an engine for financial innovation and economic growth.
Our staff includes economists, researchers, financial analysts and attorneys, all focused on using data and analysis to shape sound policy. We distribute our research and analysis to U.S. and global regulators, members of Congress, academics and media through academic-quality research papers, blog posts, white papers, comment letters, and Congressional testimony.
Our members are financing the American economy – creating jobs, expanding businesses, securing homes, businesses and retirement, insuring growth and building consumer confidence.
With expanding Washington involvement in our industry, forming relationships and engaging with public officials and policymakers is critical to helping our members understand policies and regulations, and provide advice and guidance to help shape them.
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Use the Apply button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at firstname.lastname@example.org with “BPI – Associate, Regulatory Affairs / 2018-2376 SA” as the subject of the email.
Please note: Internally this position title is: AVP, Regulatory Affairs.
Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.