|Our client, an International Service Provider in the financial sector, is looking for an MI & Reporting Senior Compliance Analyst
Reporting locally to the Country Compliance Officer but will interaction with the Global Head of Compliance, the successful candidate will be responsible to provide support to the senior members of the Compliance teams in each jurisdiction in ensuring that reporting and management information relating to Group Compliance and Financial Crime policies and procedures follow best practice in terms of meeting legislative and regulatory requirements and are provided on a timely basis.
- Source, scrub and present management information ("Ml") in line with the Financial Crime and Compliance policies and procedures for inclusion in:
- Monthly Group Risk Committee Compliance ("GRC") submissions;
- Regular local Risk Committee submissions;
- Quarterly Risk Policy & Compliance Committee ("RPCC") submissions for the Group Board;
- Quarterly submissions to jurisdictional boards; and
- Quarterly submissions to the Monetary Authority for Prudential and AML supervisory meetings.
- Liaise with relevant Group business areas to ensure data and MI is up to date and relevant for Ml reporting.
- Provide assistance for the collation of the RPCC submissions across Compliance and Risk.
- Provide assistance and coordinate the quarterly review and update of the Compliance Risk Appetite statement.
- Provide assistance and coordinate the quarterly review and update of the Group Risk Appetite statement.
- Notify management upon any discovery of standards not met with recommendations for rectification or improvement.
- Identify data quality issues, recommend solutions and implement change
- Take ownership of specific tasks as delegated by senior Compliance individuals
- Work closely with external providers, IT and named Compliance liaison individuals to ensure that the automated monitoring (currently Actimize SAM, CaseWare using World Check and Swift Sanctions screening are in line with agreed parameters and that any changes are discussed and formally agreed with the Group Head of Compliance and that there is liaison with IT and relevant parties to make changes as required.
- Ideally a minimum of 5 years Compliance / Financial Crime experience.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Proven ability to work with large databases and data sets for extraction and conversion into suitable MI for business use Strong presentation skills together with proven written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to promptly and appropriately escalate risks and/or failure of standards to be met, to management.
- Strong communication skills, both written and spoken (primary language English) with relevant internal stakeholders on Compliance and Financial Crime standards.
- Ability to analyse reports, identify failings and to notify same together with recommendations for remediation.
- Ability to produce and maintain reliable recordkeeping arrangements of activities undertaken to ensure that such records meet internal and external requirements.
- Ability to operate effectively in a multi-disciplinary team, and independently deliver high quality work.
- Ability to multi-task and work to tight deadlines.
- High ethical standards with the ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with absolute discretion.
- Have an ability to liaise and communicate competently within a team in order to ensure the effectiveness of the Compliance and Financial analytical activities.