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Malta Financial Services Authority
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The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is the single prudential and conduct regulator of financial services in Malta. The MFSA regulates banking, financial institutions, payment institutions, insurance companies and insurance intermediaries, investment service companies and collective investment schemes, securities markets, recognized investment exchanges, trust management companies, company service providers, VFA's and pensions schemes.
You will be articulating the vision and strategy for financial services regulation and enhancing the reputation and standing of Malta's financial services sector. You will also be responsible for the overall performance of the Authority and the implementation of its objectives, strategy, and of policies as set by the Board of Governors. Furthermore, you will help define and establish the jurisdiction's and MFSA's risk appetite, through formal definition and categorisations of risk, at gatekeeping, as well as at supervisory and enforcement levels.
Your main responsibilities will focus on ensuring that supervisory and operational activities are undertaken in alignment with MFSA's values and the established ethical principles. In addition, you will work closely with the Board of Governors to help translate the strategy and policies into their operational elements and oversee the running of the MFSA Executive Committee. One of your key tasks will be identifying mechanisms for establishing networks and relationships with other local and international regulatory authorities.
You are to hold prior experience working in a regulatory environment ideally with exposure to multiple areas within financial services regulation. You should possess excellent communication skills and a proven track record of engaging across segments within and outside organisations and the ability to make good decisions which are based upon sound judgements and analysis, evidence-based and well-documented case scenarios. You should be able to demonstrate the ability to manage and lead in a complex, corporate environment, featuring multiple stakeholders, and layers of analyses. You should possess a solid academic background in Financial Services, Management, Accountancy, Law and/or in other finance-related areas.