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BlackRock EMEA ICB COO Conduct & Supervision Analyst | BlackRock in Budapest, Hungary

EMEA ICB COO Conduct & Supervision Analyst | BlackRock

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EMEA ICB COO Conduct & Supervision Analyst

Budapest, HU

Business Management & Strategy

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About this role

About BlackRock

BlackRock helps investors build better financial futures. As a fiduciary to investors and a leading provider of financial technology, our clients turn to us for the solutions they need when planning for their most important goals. As of March 31, 2019, the firm managed approximately $6.52 trillion in assets on behalf of investors worldwide. For additional information on BlackRock, please visit at | Twitter: @blackrock | Blog: at | LinkedIn: .

Team Overview

The EMEA ICB COO team is responsible for business management, strategy, and analytics for the EMEA Institutional Client Business (ICB). The team engages with the leaders of ICB to drive key initiatives and work closely with internal partners including Investment teams, Corporate Strategy, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Platform Innovation, and Sales to ensure consistent messaging and coordination of critical projects internally. Additionally, the team is responsible for monitoring results, allocating resources and implementing metrics-driven sales execution to manage the business.

The EMEA ICB COO team forms a crucial control function for the EMEA ICB client business and is responsible for ensuring the business has adequate policies, procedures and training to deliver the sales process, and can deliver this process in a compliant and efficient manner across the region. The team is also responsible for monitoring the EMEA ICB sales teams’ adherence to the sales process, and for producing high quality, actionable management information which identifies areas of risk and proposed solutions.


This role is primarily focused on the following key areas:

  • ensuring adequate processes and procedures are available for the sales department to follow, and delivering appropriate training of these processes for staff across the region;

  • managing the control processes needed for the business to deliver its function in a compliant manner;

  • monitoring and reporting the departments compliance to key processes to senior management;

  • implementing and running self-audit processes for country offices in cooperation with sales teams

  • creating timely and high-quality management information, to be used by the COO and members of the EMEA ICB leadership to govern the business;

  • supporting project delivery and identifying solutions to risk affecting the businesses control processes; and

  • business process automation.

Key Responsibilities:

The role will support the COO and sales teams across the region by:

  • developing and maintaining adequate processes and procedures which support the sales process;

  • delivering process and procedure training to sales teams on a periodic and reactive basis;

  • supporting the day to day management of the business, through the monitoring and coordination of key approval processes managed by the COO team;

  • performing or overseeing regular testing and monitoring of the sales teams’ processes to validate compliant behaviors;

  • producing high quality management information able to be used to govern the department

  • detecting key process issues and risks and identify solutions able to be rolled out across the business;

  • becoming a subject matter expert for the businesses key processes and a point of contact for sales teams;

  • supporting projects relating to the businesses Risk and Control framework (Target Operating model);

  • assisting in the creation of agenda and presentation materials for internal meetings and events; and

  • identifying and leading projects aimed at improving in the team’s efficiency using process improvements and automation;

Individual Profile

We are seeking a high-energy, self-motivated individual who is comfortable working in a fast-paced and newly established team. Given the broad range of queries and initiatives, the person in this role will also work closely with many other members of BlackRock, many of which will be senior stakeholders in offices across the region. Therefore, the ability of the candidate to be comfortable in these circles while providing subject matter detail is crucial, as is the ability to establish effective relationships.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

  • Willingness to be part of a team and implement change

  • Experience building positive relationships with your internal clients

  • Demonstrate flexibility in meeting the needs of a challenging, fast paced business environment

  • Business process automation skills, including strong excel, programming skills (Macro, VBA for automation or Python) a significant plus

About BlackRock

BlackRock’s purpose is to help more and more people experience financial well-being. As a fiduciary to investors and a leading provider of financial technology, our clients turn to us for the solutions they need when planning for their most important goals. As of September 30, 2019, the firm managed approximately $6.96 trillion in assets on behalf of investors worldwide.

For additional information on BlackRock, please visit | Twitter: @blackrock at |

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