Senior Compliance Manager - ManCo
- Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
- Permanent, Full time
- Azon Recruitment
- 30 Jan 19
Excellent opportunity with this leading Manco for a Senior Compliance Manager. Diverse, highly visible role in a rapidly expanding business. Exciting role for an individual with strong Funds knowledge, experience in building compliance frameworks, regulation and change initiatives.
Background to the Role
Our Client is a ManCo and one of the leading providers of Asset Management solutions globally. An exciting opportunity has arisen for Senior Compliance professional to join this rapidly expanding business reporting to COO.
The business is looking to build a strong compliance culture and the Senior Compliance Manager will pioneer this change. As such this person needs to have an excellent understanding of compliance who can lead, inform and advise the business on all things compliance and regulatory.
There is significant opportunity for this individual and the role will only increase in terms of responsibility, challenge, exposure and reward. This individual will be a Designating Person and Compliance officer for the Manco.
The mandate will involve being a Compliance expert for the business who can drive a compliance culture and robust framework whilst providing advice and recommendations to the business and as well as involvement in client pitches.
The Compliance Manager will own and drive a compliance culture - Understanding of what is coming down the track and how the business will address it. There will be a lot of interaction with the Client Account Managers advising them on funds/investment compliance and involvement in client pitches.
- 10 years' experience within funds and investments from an administrator, Depositary, Investment Manager or Advisory firm who has a detailed knowledge and understanding of compliance, regulation and operations.
- UCITS & AIFM background
- A self-starter, who wants to grow this role and shape it as their own. Strong ability to evaluate regulations and translate the operational impact and make it happen.
- Understand what changes are coming down the track and be able to deliver solutions for both the business and their clients.
- Exposure to all types of funds and problems within funds, broad business experience,
- Natural ability to consume and navigate legislation
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