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Compliance Manager

£65000 - £75000 per annum


Purpose of Job

To work with the Head of Compliance to identify, measure and manage Compliance for the London Branch, to ensure that the London Branch behaves ethically and in full compliance with relevant Laws and Regulatory requirements.
To hold responsibility as Compliance Manager, implementing policies and procedures to mitigate Compliance risks.
To hold responsibility for developing and maintaining a Compliance Monitoring programme to identify and mitigate Compliance Risks.


Responsibilities & Accountabilities

Monitoring
  • Provide assistance in developing and implementing a risk-based compliance monitoring programme, identifying, assessing, monitoring and reporting all material compliance risks.
  • Key responsibility for day to day monitoring and reporting of compliance risks.
  • maintaining and monitoring compliance with key compliance policies, this includes maintaining relevant restricted investment registers, conflicts and gifts and hospitality.
  • Ensure that compliance procedures, systems and controls are up-to-date and effective.
  • Responsibility for escalating any material breaches in compliance to the Head of Compliance.
Advisory
  • Maintain a detailed understanding of the relevant regulatory requirements to provide advice and guidance to the Head of Compliance and other Compliance colleagues.
  • Be responsible for promoting regulatory awareness through employee training, including working with other members of the Compliance Department to provide both induction training for new employees and regular training to all employees on compliance matters, including internal policies and procedures, the application of standards and guidelines, and relevant laws and enhancing a strong branch-wide compliance culture.
Risk Assessment
  • Drive the compliance risk assessment process ensuring that the compliance risks are appropriately identified and assessed.
AML
  • Assist the Compliance Department and Front Line to ensure that appropriate AML due diligence checks are carried out.
  • Assist the Compliance Department in keeping internal processes and procedures up to date as required due to regulatory changes.
Reporting
  • Prepare standard and ad-hoc information and data reports for internal and external reports as required.
  • Prepare and manage appropriate timely management information on compliance and regulatory issues including suggested mitigating actions.
  • Provide input into the Annual Compliance Plan
  • Assist with preparing and coordinating ad-hoc reports on compliance developments as required.
Policy and Procedure Development
  • Review relevant policies and procedures on a regular basis to ensure they comply with statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Where relevant participate in the development and implementation of other policies and procedures, ensuring regulatory and legislative requirements are met.


Experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience of working in a UK Financial Institution covering Compliance and AML.
  • Industry related qualification such as ICA or CISI or ACAMS or degree.
  • Good Communicator and willing to continue professional development.
  • Exemplary Ethics and Integrity.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills for handling diverse situations.

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.

 

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Skills & Qualifications

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  • establishment of a suitable monitoring programme, oversight of its delivery and liaison with the relevant parties to ensure that any remedial actions identified are completed in accordance with agreed timescales;
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  • Analysis
  • Teamwork

Key Skills

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· liaison with the FCA
· maintenance of, provision of guidance on, and disciplinary procedures in respect of transgressions
· Review and approval of applications for membership.

Role Profile

The successful candidate will provide compliance support to the derivative segment of the business.
There will also be scope to provide compliance support to the derivatives business of other areas within the business.


Key Responsibilities

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  • Assisting the business in understanding measures arising from new regulations to ensure effective response and implementation.
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Key Skills

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  • Support the Senior Financial Security Compliance Officer in providing a prompt and complete response in relation to all enquiries that come into the UK Compliance email inbox as well as telephone or face to face enquiries These enquiries will in particular relate to Client Acceptance Committee (CAC) forms, PEP escalations and Major Sanctioned Country alerts as well as customer and transaction screening alerts.
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  • Previous experience working in a KYC/Customer on-boarding team within both the Real Estate and Banking sectors.
  • Proven track-record of applying a risk based approach towards all customer enquiries and issues.
  • Proven track-record and knowledge of analysing different Real Estate customer and transaction types, in particular in relation to Legal entities, Wealth structures and Special Purpose Vehicles.
  • Proven track record of analysing, clearing, and when required escalating, customer and transaction monitoring alerts.
  • Ability to provide advice and guidance to the Business in terms of the application of KYC rules and requirements.
  • Proven experience of Real Estate / KYC analysis.
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Governance Officer - Ealing based - (£33,000-£36,000)

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  • You will work collaboratively with teams across the business and will develop proactive and positive working relationships to assist in the smooth function of governance administration services.
  • You will be a good communicator and team player at all levels, with the appropriate level of gravitas to discharge the function, and proactively assume responsibility for additional tasks, in line with the changing workloads and priorities of the department.
  • As some meetings will be scheduled outside of normal office hours, you will be flexible in your working times and approach.



About you:


Your fit for this role will be evidenced by your previous governance experience and career to date. Although knowledge of the social housing sector would be desirable, it may be that you bring with you transferable skills from other sectors.
Our ‘must haves’ are:

  • A track record in governance
  • The capacity to work under pressure, with the ability to respond promptly and proactively
  • Good communication skills, evidencing gravitas and diplomacy
  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Attention to detail and high levels of literacy.
  • A team player
  • IT skills, with proficiency in Excel, Outlook, Word, Adobe / NitroPro and PowerPoint; and a flexible approach to working
  • You’ll deliver easy, reliable, empathetic service to your internal and external customers, by seeking to understand fully your customers’ needs, identifying and working to remove pain points, and always doing what you say you will
  • Knowledge of Blueprint or equivalent software is desirable, but not essential.

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.

GDPR Compliance Manager

SAVE
£44000 - £48000 per annum

Key Responsibilities

Data Privacy/GDPR:

  • Maintain current and compliant, the various activities of a Data Processor, where we process personal data for our clients. This includes reviewing all policies and processes to ensure these remain GDPR Compliant, as well as ensure all operational aspects meet compliance in execution.
  • Maintain current and compliant, the various activities of a Data Controller/employer where this concerns personal data in compliance with GDPR and any other applicable data privacy laws and regulations.
  • Act as SME for all data privacy related queries.
  • Conduct bi-annual assessments of RoP to ensure process is followed and these remain up to date.
  • Maintain up to date, the GDPR Risk and Control Logs.
  • Review DPIA’s and provide recommendations for actions.
  • Work closely with the DPO and liaise as required.
  • Organise packs for and help run, bi-monthly Data Privacy Compliance Meetings.
  • Prepare quarterly reports on the data privacy compliance program for senior management and Boards
  • Ensure training is conducted and logs are maintained as necessary.
  • Attend cross market GDPR working group meetings.
  • Prepare monthly compliance newsletters for circulation to staff.


Essential Skills/Qualifications:

  • At least 2/3 years experience working in the London insurance industry
  • At least 2/3 years working in compliance or legal departments working on data privacy issues.

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.