DLL Careers


Risk Integrated Risk Manager

Our Organization

DLL is not your average financial services company. In fact, we are above average in almost every way. With an employee engagement score of 85% (compared to the 72% industry average), it sure seems like we are doing something right. And, while most companies survive fewer than 20 years, 2019 marked our 50th. We believe in partnering with our customers to develop innovative and sustainable financial solutions that deliver meaningful value to the world.

As a North Europe Integrated Risk Manager, you will play a key role in driving and delivering the objectives and duties of the North Europe IRM team. Reporting to the Nordics-based Senior Integrated Risk Manager, you will be a key member of the North IRM team, operating across Ireland, Nordics, and UK. You will be expected to work across multiple topics and with a number of risk leaders, demonstrating flexibility and awareness of strategic priorities.

This role is deliberately wide-ranging and demanding of a curious mind and determined work ethic. The topics and responsibilities are varied, providing expertise to and influencing senior management within Risk in the North Europe region. Duties include (but are not limited to):

  • acting as a sparring partner for North Europe functional managers and senior management on IRM matters;
  • driving improvement across existing business processes;
  • acting as a project manager related to risk and regulatory initiated projects;
  • supporting and challenging the quality implementation of the risk control framework within DLL Nordics;
  • managing and coordinating the Nordics ‘Processes of Material Significance’ (PoMS);
  • contributing to the Risk Appetite statement within Nordic countries and monitor on adherence to this Risk Appetite Statement – also contribute to overall North Europe Risk Appetite Statement;
  • contributing to material deltas / inputs to support Nordics Risk Controller conclusions; and
  • further improving operational risk management within DLL Nordics.

Your Function:

Day to day:

  • Work closely with Nordics and Regional risk and project leaders, taking responsibility for key workstreams, initiatives and pan-regional deliverables
  • Initiate and coordinate improvements based on own observations of risks and processes
  • Support the design and maintenance of local policies and create awareness amongst the appropriate target groups
  • Contribute to the management of the integrated risk / Regional 2LoD agenda and control management processes
  • Support and continuously improve the Nordics and Regional ORM structure, including incident reporting and feedback loops as well as escalation of potential fraud events.
  • Advise management on developing recommendations for process and control improvements and contribute to local (Risk) strategy.
  • Liaise and work together with many different stakeholders, both local and international



  • Successful delivery of own projects / initiatives within the scope of IRM contribution and control
  • Strong team player and leader – facilitate the delivery of the North Europe Risk department and IRM team’s KRIs, notably Risk Control, Risk Appetite, Operational Risk Management, IRM 2LoD consulting

Your Profile:


  • Degree in finance / business economics or equivalence
  • Seasoned experience in risk management
  • Experience in project and process management
  • Confidence in speaking to and influencing senior management
  • Confident MS Office products including Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • Organized and structured approach, whilst being comfortable working in complex environments with constant deadlines
  • Friendly and approachable member, who can network and help encourage enthusiasm in colleagues, customers and members to reach common goals.
  • Task-focused problem solver, using professional knowledge to manage and prioritize multiple requirements
  • Excellent ability to articulate thoughts in a concise manner, both verbally and in writing
  • Willing to “go the extra mile” when required, via a flexible / adaptable approach to daily workload
  • Excellent administration, organisational and record keeping skills
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task.

We Offer:

At DLL, we are many things. We are team members. Family members. Community members. We are members of society. Members of different cultures and nationalities. Members of change. We each have different beliefs, different passions, different viewpoints, talents, and interests. We come from different backgrounds, cultures, nationalities, and histories. But for all our differences, we share one thing in common: Each of us are members of DLL. Our company was founded in the Netherlands. But today we are truly a multinational business. We span more than 30 different countries and represent over 40 different nationalities across the globe. Our unique culture is rooted in higher collaboration, less hierarchy and an honest directness that enables us to integrate, ideate and innovate across country lines. Many companies say they are European, North American, South American, Asian, or Australian. At DLL, we are all these places and more. We are a cross-cultural collaborative – an interconnected network – that comes together every single day with one goal in mind: Partnering for a better world.

All members enjoy:

  • Two working days per year volunteering for a local charity
  • Health and Wellness program including healthy food, free health checks, fun health & vitality activities.
  • Flexible hours with possibility to work from home
  • Career development opportunities: online learning, member development programs

DLL’s wellbeing ambition is to educate, equip, and empower members to build connections, manage their mental, emotional, physical, and financial wellness, and maintain balance between work and the other priorities that make up their lives. Our four wellbeing categories are as follows:

  • Connection – Build meaningful connections with other members
  • Health – Manage mental, emotional, and physical health 
  • Finance – Provide learning opportunities to help members achieve personal financial health
  • Lifestyle – Maintain balance between work and life priorities

These are the things that matter to our members and the wellbeing of our members matters to DLL! 

Additional Information:

We collaborate with manufacturers, suppliers, and businesses in more than 30 countries to enable the acquisition of equipment, technology and software that companies need to contribute meaningfully to their communities. We believe in partnering with our customers to develop innovative and sustainable financial solutions that deliver meaningful value to the world.

At DLL, we are committed to making sure that all people, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical characteristics, or mental abilities, feel welcomed and encouraged to be their authentic selves. We strive to create an inclusive environment that is reflective of the communities in which we operate. Come see what all the excitement is about.

To learn more about DLL, visit www.dllgroup.com.


Good to know:

  • The selection process may involve an assessment
  • Applications via email will not be reviewed. Please apply online via our career website
  • DLL’s referral program applies
  • For more information, you can contact the Natalie Gray via natalie.gray@dllgroup.com


DLL appreciates the time you spend applying to our openings. We advise only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted. Screening is part of the application procedure and DLL screens all interns and new employees in order to ascertain whether the applicant may hold a position at DLL.

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