Chief Ethics Officer, Digital Banking - London, United Kingdom,


The company is a leading provider of financial services.

  • Providing Breaking Wave with the strategy and supervision necessary to comply with all legal, regulatory, information security, data and company ethical obligations
  • Designing and managing the risk control framework, evolving the model as Breaking Wave matures, manage governance and risk reporting
  • Establishing relationships with all the company risk controllers, internal and external stakeholders and ensuring that they are informed and Breaking Wave complies with necessary regulatory and internal compliance procedures and protocols
  • Managing our approach to data, General Data Protection Regulation and other regions' data legislation
  • Acting as the subject matter expert for all Breaking Wave colleagues, bank stakeholders, external networks and stakeholders
  • Establishing our regulatory, legal and compliance processes according to the growing needs and maturity of the business, primarily using digitised solutions with a strong focus on simplicity
  • Bringing the vision and drive to elevate our approach, continually improving our strategy and processes in line with industry standards and competition
  • Acting as part of the Breaking Wave leadership team, playing a key role in the development of our overall strategy and driving the culture of the business
  • Experience in a fast moving business operating with complex regulatory or internal compliance frameworks
  • High capacity for change work, experience in a dynamic, highly customer-focused business
  • Excellent relationship building skills and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Up-to-date knowledge of relevant law, regulations and corporate policy frameworks
  • Previous contribution to changing the culture of a business through tangible governance strategy
  • Thought leadership in the compliance or regulatory space
  • Demonstration of execution and delivery in a highly matrixed business with many complexities and stakeholders