Posted 4 days ago Flexible Permanent £564k - £564k
Selby Jennings is a leading specialist recruitment firm for banking and financial services. For more than 15 years, we have given professionals peace of mind that the recruitment journey is in expert hands. Our continual investment in best-in-class technologies and consultant training enables us to match candidates and world-leading companies with speed, precision and accuracy. Today, Selby Jennings operates all over the world to help professionals re-imagine their careers, globally.
Support the Head of Compliance in managing the regulatory risk of the company in Hong Kong.
Implement effective Compliance related monitoring plan, measures and controls in Hong Kong.
Ensure that regulatory risks are mitigated through stringent quality control checks (in accordance with the company and regulatory standards).
Perform periodic review as to the internal controls so as to ensure that the operation of PWM business is run pursuant to relevant regulatory requirements.
Identify and escalate internal weaknesses / exceptions / discrepancies to Head of Compliance and other stakeholders in a prompt and properly manner.
Propose remedial actions / recommendations with detailed time-frame.
Monitor and implement relevant action plans as needed.
Provide advice to the business and senior management for all regulatory matters.
Keep the senior management and other stakeholders abreast of new and latest regulatory rules, regulations and change.
Assist the team in carrying out other regulatory functions as required.
Maintain key internal relationships to foster a positive compliance culture through communications, trainings and to provide employees and colleagues with timely and pragmatic advice on day-to-day issues.
Conduct training to enhance staff's risk awareness on internal controls and regulatory changes.
Minimum 5 years experience in the compliance function of a bank (preference in private banking or wealth management industry) or good working experience at HKMA, SFC or equivalent regulatory bodies
Have a good knowledge of HKMA/SFC rules/regulations in Hong Kong
Have prior working experience in regulatory advisory or financial crime advisory
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of regulatory requirements and practices
IT skills and relevant software proficiency
Proficiency in English and Chinese, Mandarin speaking a plus