Compliance & Risk

psd recruits experienced professionals at many levels – from analysts to executives – across all Compliance & Risk functions in today’s fiercely competitive commercial landscape.

Our Compliance and Risk recruitment consultancy has been established for over 20 years and has a wealth of expertise via the company’s offices in the UK and Europe. Specialist compliance and risk recruitment consultants provide outstanding services in executive search & assessment, contingency, and interim appointments. We cover retail, commercial and investment banking, fund management, private equity and insurance.

Recruitment in Compliance & Risk

Typical positions include:

  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • MLRO
  • Head of Financial Crime
  • Head of Operational Risk
  • Head of Enterprise Risk
  • Head of Credit and Head of Fraud.

We have also successfully recruited for positions such as:

  • Director of Quantitative Analytics
  • Director Operational Risk
  • Director Enterprise Risk
  • Compliance Manager
  • Senior Compliance Officer
  • Credit Risk Manager
  • Fraud Manager

Our clients say

psd has helped us to fill a number of senior positions, including a Chief Credit Officer, Chief Risk Officer and a Chief Finance Officer. They have an ability to understand both the detail and the wider picture and always strive to find alternative candidates, in order to ensure that our candidates come from a variety of background and experiences.

Head of HR – Commercial Bank

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