Regulatory Analyst (NYC).871
- Job Title
- Regulatory Analyst (NYC).871
A financial technology firm start up is seeking a Regulatory Analyst to join their growing team in New York City. The schedule is hybrid and the salary is $60K-$70K (plus bonus) with some wiggle room for more experienced candidates.
The Regulatory Analyst will report to the Company's General Counsel in New York City and uncover and report on new topics of interest in alternative data, as well as trends, best practices, and community standards. The Regulatory Analyst will also work cross-functionally with the company's Research, News, and Events teams. Additional duties include the following:
- Conducting, publishing, and commenting on in-depth research on trends, topics, and industry practices related to regulatory issues in alternative data.
- Investigating risks related to data and data providers.
- Providing substantial support to the development of the Company's alerts, risk tools, and regulatory content and features, including improving the Company's diligence process and procedures.
- Interacting with the company's client base, primarily through conference calls and emails.
- Supporting the company's General Counsel on other projects as necessary.
- Bachelor's degree
- 3-5 years’ experience in a role focused on diligence, compliance, or analyzing regulations related to technology and data.
- Strong writing skills with the ability to create insightful and compelling content with minimal supervision.
- Intellectual curiosity regarding the subject matter and an innate ability to determine the credibility of information gathered.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
- Positive attitude with desire and initiative to develop and take on additional responsibilities.
- Plus, factors include law degree, journalism background, and/or privacy experience.
Frink-Hamlett Legal Solutions is an equal employment opportunity employer and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or citizenship status.