State Street Bank International GmbH

Government Relations & Public Policy Manager (m/f/d), Vice President

  • Frankfurt am Main, München
  • ab sofort

Diese Anzeige ist nicht mehr aktiv.

Across the globe, institutional investors rely on us to help them manage risk, respond to challenges, and drive performance and profitability. We keep our clients at the heart of everything we do, and smart, engaged employees are essential to our continued success.

Our promise to maintain an environment where every employee feels valued and able to meet their full potential infuses our company values. It’s also part of our commitment to inclusion, development and engagement, and corporate social responsibility. You’ll have tools to help balance your professional and personal life, paid volunteer days, and access to employee networks that help you stay connected to what matters to you. Join us.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, we consider applications for all positions without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, age, disability, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, citizenship, marital status, domestic partnership or civil union status, familial status, military and veteran status, and other characteristics protected by applicable law. For more information, for U.S. jobs only, please read our CEO Statement.

For the Regulatory, Industry & Government Affairs department in our company State Street Bank International GmbH in Frankfurt or Munich we are looking for a Government Relations & Public Policy Manager (m/f/d), Vice President with immediate effect – Job ID R-633527.


The role is for an individual to be the subject matter expert and lead policy specialist for regulatory developments in Europe impacting State Street. The role involves coordinating Street’s policy engagement with key German and European legislators/regulators, such as the Federal Financial
Supervisory Authority (BaFin), the European Central Bank (ECB) and European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), as well as monitoring and engaging on behalf of State Street on relevant European and German regulatory developments, including regarding banks’ prudential requirements. The role reports directly to the International Head of Regulatory, Industry & Government Affairs (RIGA).


Your Job

  • Advise on and undertake State Street’s policy engagement with authorities such as the ECB as well as relevant German government and supervisory agencies such as the Ministry of Finance and BaFin
  • Monitor relevant EU and German regulatory initiatives and identify emerging issues relevant for State Street and its clients
  • Provide thorough analysis of regulatory developments; supply senior management, relevant colleagues and internal committees with timely and succinct analyses of information; develop political strategies and advice
  • Facilitate development of positions and presenting them to relevant EU authorities and other stakeholders
  • Build State Street’s influence and profile in European Institutions, by undertaking activities and liaising with Members of the European Parliament (MEP), officials of EU Institutions as well relevant industry bodies
  • Develop an effective network of contacts at appropriate levels and with relevant institutions, industry associations, other stakeholders and/or consultancies active at European and German level
  • Closely cooperate and coordinate with senior State Street subject matter experts and management as well as with RIGA colleagues and subject matter experts globally on relevant regulatory and legislative issues
  • Pro-actively engage the businesses and functions with issues/developments that impact their areas and works with them pro-actively to address
  • Promote a strong culture of Risk Excellence across the organization


Your Profile

  • Completed university degree in Economics, Finance, Business Administration, International Affairs or similar
  • Approximately 5-10 years or more of leadership and management experience in an environment of financial operations
  • Depth of knowledge of the financial services industry
  • Strong policy skills, especially in the depositary and/or investment funds space
  • Experience in interacting with European institutions and/or European Supervisory Authorities is a preference
  • Leadership skills with ability to develop key stakeholder relationships and to establish credibility quickly
  • Good knowledge of European marketplace and regulatory environment
  • Fluency in German and English
  • Ability to operate seamlessly at multiple levels of the organization and to become a trusted executor to key stakeholders
  • Proven ability to successfully negotiate and influence to achieve desired outcomes
  • Ability to operate autonomously to drive a deliverable as well as to work effectively as part of a global virtual team
  • Proven track record of operating within and influencing a complex, matrix structured global financial institution
  • Self-motivation and goal-orientation as well as proven leadership and representational skills
  • Professional and collegial working manner
  • Polished and effective communication skills with the ability to build consensus in a large and complex organization


Your Benefits

  • Flexible working time
  • Depending on the role work from home days might be possible
  • Pension plan offering
  • Wellbeing and health programs
  • Group accident insurance
  • Mentoring program
  • Free German and English language classes
  • Personal development possibilities and extensive web based training catalogue
  • Global Inclusion, Global Outreach and Corporate Citizenship programs incl. volunteer work
  • Dynamic, diverse, international, and multicultural working environment with English company language

läuft aus am