An international firm is looking for a Head of Compliance to join them in a rare opening
Your new company
This International Securities Services House is looking for a Head of Compliance to join them in a rare opportunity to ensure that the business is being conducted in a manner that is in accordance with rules of regulators and exchanges to provide independent advise to business lines as required.
Your new role
You will be primarily responsible for providing compliance advice to business lines. You will also have to understand and interpret regulatory implications and changes of new products, activities, rules and clients. Furthermore, you will be tasked with reporting, involvement in internal and external discussions and communications while at the same time delivering appropriate compliance training.
In addition, you will be tasked with ensuring the compliance polities are understood and accurately implemented. You will also perform compliance risk self assessment and ensure that client documentation is accurately in place to meet AML/KYC requirements. You will also have to manage external relations with the SFC and the Exchange
What you'll need to succeed
You will have 10+ years of Compliance experience; with solid expertise in SFC regulations and Exchange rules. Candidates must be HK based, but need not speak the local language.
What you need to do now
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