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Manager Economic and Regulatory Affairs Job Description

Manager Economic and Regulatory Affairs

 Job Summary

To be responsible for, and provide expert advice on, competition, economic and regulatory issues affecting the business

Manager Economic and Regulatory Affairs-Main Responsibilities

Shape compelling economic arguments on a variety of issues and marshal appropriate evidence and data to support. Prepare THE COMPANY responses to consultations/ communications to relevant authorities on  charges and taxes. Develop THE COMPANY political policy in relation to competition/economic regulatory issues. Participate as required in industry fora. Liase with associations to establish and manage political lobbying strategy.

 

Work with relevant business areas to identify proactively issues which may need investigation by regulatory/competition authorities and bring these to the attention of senior management. Ensure The company responds, if deemed necessary, to requests for information from UK, EU or US competition authorities. Develop recommendations for appropriate actions by the business and, where necessary, establish the requirement for and engage external advisors. Propose, secure agreement of, and manage budget accordingly.

 

 

Manage strategy and policy in relation to regulation. Ensure internal awareness of external developments and communicate THE COMPANY impact, strategy and policy. Participate and influence association policy, supporting cross-industry workstreams where appropriate.

 

Monitor government and regulatory authority taxes, charges and policies and assess indicative impact of these to the business. Ensure colleagues in the UK and across the network are fully informed of developments in changes to taxes, charges or policies. Participate in meetings/consultations discussing charges/taxation policy. Liaise with associations to establish priorities and manage lobbying strategy in relation to charges and taxes.

 

 

 

Influence Department for Transport and Foreign Office to ensure protected under relevant bilateral services agreements.

 

Provide expert advice and support for a range of issues, including on the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, global climate change mechanisms for aviation and other environmental issues

 

Provide expert inputs, economic arguments and evidence for the team on a wide range of other policy issues.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities-Manager Economic and Regulatory Affairs

Educated to degree level or equivalent in Economics.

 

Knowledge of relevant economic and economic regulation principles and their application.

 

Knowledge of UK, EU and US competition law.

 

Experience of working within a regulated sector or thorough knowledge of regulatory economics.

 

An understanding of the industry regulatory framework would be an advantage but not essential.

 

Interest in environmental economics and/or UK and European climate change policies.

 

Ability to develop well reasoned and evidenced arguments, using a pragmatic and practical approach to economic theories.

 

Knowledge of the workings of Whitehall, Brussels and US Department’s of Transportation and Justice and other relevant foreign administrations.

 

Excellent communication (written and verbal) and influencing skills.

 

Ability to build consensus across a variety of stakeholders.

 

Strong organisational skills, and the ability to manage – and appropriately prioritise - multiple workstreams and projects in parallel