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Operational Risk Associate

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: London
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job reference: 438813/004_1559632085
  • Sector: Selby Jennings, Risk Management
  • Date posted: 04/06/2019

A global investment bank is looking for an Operational Risk Manager to sit within the 1LoD for their offices in London.You will be working on the 1st line in order of providing effective risk management and building up the risk framework, working mostly within the investment bank's offices in the Americas.

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