Ardian is a world-leading private investment house with assets of US$125bn managed or advised in Europe, the Americas and Asia. The company is majority-owned by its employees. It keeps entrepreneurship at its heart and focuses on delivering excellent investment performance to its global investor base.
Through its commitment to shared outcomes for all stakeholders, Ardian’s activities fuel individual, corporate and economic growth around the world.
Holding close its core values of excellence, loyalty and entrepreneurship, Ardian maintains a truly global network, with more than 870 employees working from fifteen offices across Europe (Frankfurt, Jersey, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Paris and Zurich), the Americas (New York, San Francisco and Santiago) and Asia (Beijing, Singapore, Tokyo and Seoul). It manages funds on behalf of around 1,200 clients through five pillars of investment expertise: Fund of Funds, Direct Funds, Infrastructure, Real Estate and Private Debt.
The Privacy department is in charge of monitoring the adequacy and effectiveness of Ardian’s policies and procedures to ensure compliance with data protection laws and regulations. The successful candidate will be working directly with the Data Protection Officer. They will assist the Privacy department with day-to-day privacy responsibilities and support the team in establishing new procedures and controls. The role will provide exposure to a wide range of operational functions and will vary depending on the capabilities of the intern and the needs of the team. The position is full-time and based in London.
- Assist with the monitoring of data protection compliance
- Assist with reviewing and updating privacy policies, procedures and notices
- Assist with contract reviews
- Conduct research on various data protection laws and their application in order to support the privacy department
- Analyse and interpret regulatory developments
- Intellectual rigour and discipline; ability to organise and perform work efficiently
- High attention to detail
- Knowledge of and high competency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
- Good interpersonal skills and team spirit
- Law, Social Science or IT degree either completed or due to complete from a leading university or business school
- Experience or knowledge of Private Equity is an advantage
- Fluent in English
Conduct Rule Staff:
- Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory and regulatory requirements applicable to the role
- Understand the Individual Conduct Rules set out by the UK Regulator and ensure compliance in letter and in spirit
Right to work:
- Please ensure you have the appropriate right to work in the UK i.e. a British passport, settled or pre-settled status under the EU settlement scheme or have obtained a visa which gives you the right to live and work in the UK
Please send CV and motivation letter