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The Global Financial Crimes Compliance (GFCC) Asia team is responsible for implementation and oversight of Anti Money Laundering (AML) policies and procedures for the firm's businesses in Asia. The successful candidate will principally be involved in the day-to-day functions of the Markets/Investment Banking and Investor Services Advisory team providing AML Compliance advisory on applicable GFCC policies and procedures. He/She is also expected to contribute and actively participate in strategic policy review and or implementation initiatives at regional and global level. This role implies a close working relationship with business and operations functions.
Implement, develop and ensure adherence to the BSA/AML requirements
Provide AML Advisory guidance to the line of business (LOB), Investment Banking, Markets and Investor Services, risk based solutions to complex regional business issues/initiatives
Provide LOB’s senior management with regular updates on key issues and emerging risks
Written or verbal presentation of recommendations, articulation of arguments supported by documented analysis to convince/challenge the business on recommended actions
Deal on a timely basis with enquiries from Regulators, Law Enforcement Bodies and internally from the business
Assist in implementation of AML related projects and support other AML units on an ad-hoc basis
Conduct regular AML training on Firm's policies and procedures to business staff in line with Regional and Global AML Programs
Follow-up market developments and new AML rules/regulations; work with Business and Control Functions to ensure new rules are appropriately implemented & monitored
Develop and implement projects to quantify impacts & execute actions that address, manage and mitigate impacts of LOB AML risk across Asia Pacific
Perform supervisory reviews and embed an ongoing quality assurance program to identify staff development areas and monitor ongoing performance
Produce, review and act on LOB AML related management information at an APAC level as required per firm's MIS reporting framework
Work on evaluation, monitoring and quality assurance of existing procedures
Reporting to and communicating with regional forums, key stakeholders and Regulators and Law Enforcement bodies
At least 5-7 years work experience in a relevant Compliance management experience in Risk or AML related discipline preferably with a global financial institution – preferably gained in a global financial institution.
Sound knowledge of AML regulations across APAC region (including Sanctions and Anti Bribery)
Strong communication - written and interpersonal
Demonstrated ability to effectively consult to obtain desired results
Ability to prioritize
Must be a self-starter, pro-active, organized, with a keen eye on details and have the ability to work independently at a local, regional and global level
Strong management and leadership skills, ability to make decisions and manage regional initiatives
Strong research skills, familiarity with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Highly motivated, intuitive and possess initiative to identify potential process improvements.
Previous exposure to a diverse and international work environment.
Familiarity with the various US, EU and APAC regulatory regimes applicable to the banking industry. Knowledge of cash management, investment banking and corporate banking or some experience with the corresponding banking business will be a plus.
Fluent speaking and writing abilities in English is a must. Cantonese and Mandarin speaker a plus but not essential.
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