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Careers in Regulatory Risk

Experienced professionals

Help organisations anticipate and adapt to changes in the regulatory environment. Build better programs and controls to address regulations and regulatory risks.

Businesses today must weather the storm of an increasing volume of complex regulations while managing the commercial reality of their business.

Our team specialises in the provision of regulatory consulting services - including specialist advisory support, large regulatory project support and delivery and assurance work. We work with our clients to help them navigate the increasing volume of complex regulations they are required to adhere to, while advising on the implementation of strategies that will turn regulations into opportunity. 

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Take on new challenges, develop as a leader, and be part of a global network

It's an exciting time to join us - we are growing our Regulatory Risk team to meet the increased demand for our services, and are interested in speaking to professionals with a background in Regulatory Compliance. Each client assignment is unique - from providing advice to senior executives on regulatory expectations and upstream regulatory changes, to managing large regulatory themed engagements. You'll work with teams of subject matter experts and high profile deliverables, and continuously develop your career.
Interested? Visit our current vacancies below to find out more.


Hear from our people

There were a couple of key attractions [in joining] - the potential to work with a wide range of clients on a diverse set of projects and the strong reputation and brand Deloitte had in Ireland and further afield.

John, Director, Regulatory Risk

I came in as a Consultant, but I have quickly progressed to a managerial role. I have been given ample training opportunities as well as support to pursue my MBA in University of Limerick part-time.

Neha, Assistant Manager, Regulatory Risk

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