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Regional Employee Compliance Officer

Req #: 170111718
Location: Buenos Aires, C, AR
Job Category: Compliance
Potential Referral Amount: 0 Argentine Peso (ARS)
The Regional Employee Compliance Officer role will work as a member of the regional Employee Compliance Team, and will also being accountable to the Global lead with in Global Employee Compliance.   Employee Compliance covers several key areas within Compliance:  Anti Corruption, Consecutive leave, Licensing & registration, Personal Account Dealing (PAD).  Candidate is responsible for the implementation of certain elements of the regional Employee Compliance Program  including program governance, policy development, training, quality assurance, monitoring, exam coordination and policy enforcement and project implementation.
 
The candidate must possess strong analytical and communication skills, previous experience in any of the key Employee Compliance areas, an understanding of the operations of a large institution, transactional experience, and a working knowledge of the banking system, is also preferable. 
 
Responsibilities of the position will include the following: 
  • Policy development and process improvement;
  • Monitoring of compliance with controls and remediation;
  • Widespread training, and raising the awareness of the anti-corruption policy across the region;
  • Enhancing the controls around the ‘referred hire’ process and consultants
  • Corruption risk assessments;
  • Drive the agenda related to Consecutive leave, Licensing & registration, Personal Account Dealing (PAD) and Anti Corruption.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent);
  • Experience in compliance or a related discipline such as audit, law, regulatory or law enforcement;
  • Knowledge of Consecutive leave, Licensing & registration, Personal Account Dealing (PAD) is preferable;
  • Knowledge of regulatory concepts including, but not limited to, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act;
  • Strong research and analytical skills with the ability to use information effectively and have an eye for detail;
  • Demonstrated skills in risk assessment. The ability to make sound decisions, including escalation when appropriate;
  • Problem management skills;
  • Project management skills;
  • Proactive and team oriented with good interpersonal skills;
  • Well organized and able to execute responsibilities;
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and bring tasks to completion within established timeframes.
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