Op de Jobsite van het Risk & Compliance Platform Europe kunt u vacatures plaatsen bestemd voor onze doelgroep. De kosten voor de plaatsing van een vacature met logo bedragen 275 euro, exclusief btw per maand. Als u de vacature extra onder de aandacht wenst te brengen in een bepaalde week, dan kunt u opteren voor de Job of the Week. De Job of the Week blijft gedurende die week bovenaan vermeld in het speciale kader zoals u hierboven kunt zien. De extra kosten voor de Job of the Week bedragen 275 euro, exclusief btw.

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Samen met de businesspartners sta je klaar voor klanten en adviseurs en verzorg je een soepel en voorspelbaar aanvraagproces . Na livegang hou jij je bezig met het analyseren en beoordelen van kredietaanvragen. Je houdt altijd je ogen open voor mogelijke verbeteringen. Je komt te werken in een internationale organisatie, met capabele mensen in een creatieve omgeving waar het proberen van nieuwe dingen wordt aangemoedigd. Nieuwsgierigheid en pro-activiteit zit in ons DNA, we doen geen concessies op kwaliteit.

  • Het (in nauwe samenwerking met alle betrokken teams) ontwikkelen, lanceren en uitbouwen van een succesvolle Investeringshypotheek
  • Het als eerste of tweede beoordelaar beoordelen van kredietaanvragen en zorgen voor een heldere terugkoppeling aan klant en zijn adviseur en vastlegging in het dossier
  • Het bewaken en verbeteren van de kwaliteit van acceptatie en dienstverlening in de breedste zin. Denk aan klanttevredenheid, effectiviteit, efficiëntie, kosten, compliance en risk
  • Een contactpersoon en sparringpartner zijn voor onze businesspartners
  • Het ondersteunen van de planning en uitvoering van het acceptatie- en bemiddelingsproces,in nauwe samenwerking met de acceptanten
  • Het behandelen en monitoren van klachten
  • Building and managing a team of highly skilled credit risk modellers
  • Support the operating environment in which models are being developed and deployed
  • Leading end-to-end model development projects
  • Clear view on effective and efficient model monitoring
  • Good knowledge and understanding of regulatory modelling requirements for capital and accounting related credit risk models

– Planning, coordinating and performing various internal audits with/without supervision

– Identify risk areas through formal and informal risk assessments and gap analyses

– Working alongside IT Auditors during performance of integrated audits

– Responsible for the audit reports preparation. Writing and working with IAF management to communicate action plans resulting from audit findings and recommendations, ensuring that all significant areas are appropriately documented and addressed

– Building networks and relationships with other functional areas to build support for the audit plans and initiatives;

– Actively participating in the SOX Compliance implementation together with the rest of Internal Audit and Internal Control team

– Actively participating in different projects and activities of the function, including strengthening internal control environment project, Data Analytics, SOX implementation, etc.

– Responsible for strong cooperation and link between Internal Audit, Internal Control and Risk Management.

  • To inform and monitor the EU entities and all employees of their obligations and compliance under the GDPR data protection provisions.
  • To perform data protection impact assessments.
  • To lead the liaison, and cooperate, with the data protection supervisory authorities.
  • To act as the focal point for the data protection supervisory authorities on matters relating to the processing of personal data and other matters, where appropriate
  • Give advice and recommendations to the EU entities about the interpretation or application of the data protection rules
  • Create a register of processing operations within the EU entities and notify the relevant EU governance forums and, if appropriate, supervisory authorities of any that present specific risks
  • Lead the development, implementation and maintenance of the EU entities Global Privacy and Data Protection framework, policies, procedures, and governance model by providing subject matter expertise.
  • Lead the management of the resolution of issues that have been escalated to the Privacy Office, such as operational issues related to data subject right requests.
  • Deep understanding and experience with credit risk modelling approaches for IRB and IFRS 9 models.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of regulatory modelling requirements for capital and accounting related credit risk models.
  • Sparring partner and advisor to senior management , liaison with the UK modelling team
  • Ability to apply and challenge advanced statistical/technical methods in the development of credit risk models
  • Ensure a reliable infrastructure, including models, data, control environment and compliance with internal policies and external regulatory requirements
  • Use up-to-date model development standards and processes and ability to develop these further
  • Build and manage effective relationships with colleagues in the wider Risk team and across partnering business functions (such as Modelling and validation functions, Finance, Customer Analytics and Risk Infrastructure)
  • Support junior colleagues in the development of their modelling skills
  • Work pro-actively with IT and operational areas to drive forward and mitigate issues in the implementation and use of the models
  • Deliver all individual key tasks across the model life cycle to agreed timescales with minimal ongoing management, anticipating constraints and taking mitigating actions.
  • Effective day-to-day policy making in close coordination with the Head of Europe to ensure excellent and timely decision-making in the operation of a fair and orderly market.
  • Clear reporting of compliance matters and effective contributions at the Board
  • Provision of compliance advisory support services to global holding, including assistance in the management of product/rule submissions and notifications to the AFM and DNB
  • Maintaining, and providing advice on, the rule book for market participants
  • Understanding and effectively implementing measures arising from new regulations
  • Working with Market Supervision and Capital Markets in relation to the management and resolution of market events.
  • Attending, presenting at and following up on actions arising from engagement with the AFM and DNB.
  • Undertaking regulatory projects.


  • Creating insight in and oversight over risks related to money laundering and terrorism financing and sanction violations across the global organization. You take responsibility ensuring applicable AML/CTF risks are reported to senior management for intervention purposes;
  • Within this setting, the role has a strong focus on business change management, advising the business and functional lines, the compliance network, IT and other stakeholders on CDD, AML and Sanctions themes, and drive business and related systems change, remediation programs, incident management, policy implementations, gap assessments and training;
  • You have a critical mind-set and are familiar working in an international setting with complex stakeholder field;
  • You have affinity or experience in working in Public Private Partnership setting, representing the bank in the key initiatives developed in this interdisciplinary environment in The Netherlands;
  • You get energy from working in a multi competence team, with colleagues who have diverse backgrounds and expertise.