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The purpose of the Third-Party Risk Analyst (TPRA) is to resolve the identified inherent and residual risks of using third parties, to drive compliance and ensure the UK&I and EMEA business has a robust controls framework across the third party estate.   There will be particular focus in the first year on embedding the Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) programme for EMEA.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Represent the TPRM function at internal meetings and with third parties across UK&I and EMEA regions.

Investigate, design, and support the development and roll-out of TPRM tools and processes to regions and business units.

Maintain TPRM documentation to ensure accuracy and audit readiness.

Provide first class training and guidance to the 1st Line of Defence on new tooling or policy changes as and when required.

Third Party Risk Assessments - partner with business units and 2LoD teams, providing support and guidance as required to ensure control gaps are resolved within agreed risk appetite levels

Manage resolution of information security control gaps identified by Global Security Office (GSO) with third parties, ensuring auditable evidence and approvals are secured in line with Experian Risk Management practice.

Partner with other 2nd Line of Defence teams such as Compliance and Procurement on policy compliance.

Participate with third party audits of Experian and Client on-site audits or questionnaires as and when required.

Investigate and ensure robust resolution of Loss Events or incidents caused by third parties in line with the Experian Loss Events standard.

Ensure accuracy of Third Party inventories, contributing to the integrity and effectiveness of MI.

Required skills and experience: 

  • Strong information security, data privacy and data protection knowledge and how this relates to third party risk.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills, able to adapt styles depending on the audience and business need.
  • Demonstrable influencing skills with Senior Managers and stakeholders.
  • Fluent in producing impactful PowerPoint presentations and accurate Excel worksheets.
  • Detail orientated with good organisational and prioritising abilities over workload.
  • Fastidious and determined work ethic – driven and equally able to work autonomously or as part of a small team to deliver results
  • Experience of working on cross functional and cross regional teams, cognizant of different working styles and cultures.
  • Creating detailed process maps and succinct process documentation, aligning business controls to risk mitigation.
  • Experience in third party risk assessment tools (Archer) and risk assessment techniques.
  • Ability to comprehend and interpret policies and identify synergies across policies and across geographical regions.
  • Data driven with appreciation for strong reporting to aid business.
  • Tenacious and able to resolve issues without significant management oversight

Degree/ Risk Management or Information Security qualification or extensive work experience within third party risk management or Risk function.

- Experience with SharePoint, Visio and Microsoft Office 365 and tools for collaborative working

- Good project management discipline (project plans, stakeholder mapping etc).

- Strong analytical skills.

- Understand different aspects of supplier risk (e.g. financial, control environments, change in legal control) and capacity to develop sound understanding of the Experian business functions that suppliers support. 
· Strong ability to build and develop stakeholder relationships (both internal and external)

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