Legal and Regulatory Analyst


The responsibilities of the Legal and Regulatory Analyst include analysing and creating records of a wide range of global regulatory developments and corporate communications. The Legal and Regulatory Analyst Team at Corlytics follows a defined workflow process for analysing such documents.

Another key task of the role is to monitor publications by various global regulators on a daily basis. Based on our coverage, the analyst will decipher whether the publication is in scope for us. If so, this will subsequently be assigned to an analyst to analyse.

In addition to content creation, the Legal and Regulatory Analyst can find themselves working on a number of different client projects. This involves working closely with the Development and Client Delivery Teams. The role of the Legal and Regulatory Analyst in such projects can vary depending on the client request. A common task requires the Analyst to utilise their legal background and knowledge to analyse a piece of regulation and break it down for the development team who will subsequently ingest it into our database.


  • Have achieved a minimum 2.1 degree in law or law joint with another discipline such as finance or commerce.
  • A good knowledge and understanding of the financial services industry, its regulation and the different players involved.
  • A self-starter with the ability to work to tight deadlines in a small team environment, team player who is willing to roll up their sleeves to ensure the team is successful.
  • Well-developed problem-solving and analytical skills with the ability to operate independently in a cross-functional team.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Have the ability to obtain, retain and process information quickly.
  • Have excellent research, writing and proof-reading skills.
  • Be able to present information orally and in writing in a confident, concise, professional manner.
  • Have high level IT skills.


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