Job description

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Regulatory Compliance ensures adherence to applicable regulations and standards by setting the policies which cover HSBC’s regulatory requirements, and mitigate conduct and reputational risk issues. The team strives to remain ahead of the regulatory change agenda and ensures the business understands the implications and is prepared for change. It monitors how the Global Businesses and Functions manage their responsibilities with regard to complying with the regulations and helps resolve compliance deficiencies.

We are currently seeking a high calibre professional to join our team as Senior Financial Crime Manager WPB ASP.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Articulate the Financial Crime risks for ASP
  • Primarily to support WPB Advisory, to maintain an effective control framework and to ensure compliance with all relevant external laws & regulations, internal codes and policies and good market practices.  With primary focus on WPB area
  • Provide advisory services to Wealth & Personal Banking business in order to ensure clear understanding of compliance risk exposure with respect to clients, transactions and products
  • Manage the relationship with relevant regulators on behalf of ASP
  • Be responsible for second line governance of Financial Crime risks exposures, providing analysis, reporting and governance to ASP that is independent of the first line of defence, thereby maintaining an objective assessment of risk exposure
  • To exercise risk steward challenge, act as independent trusted advisory in governance forums, issue management, fostering a compliance culture and optimizing relations with risk owners and control owners
  • Assist the senior management of ASP, the leadership of the Compliance function, and other colleagues on all material compliance related matters
  • Represents the Financial Crime agenda up to the highest levels of the Group’s governance, including being an attendee (as required) at the ASP Board [amend as required] (and related sub-committees) to report on progress and issues in relation to the operational effectiveness of HSBC’s policies, processes, systems and controls in countering   Financial Crime risks
  • Significant experience as a regulator, or a senior compliance manager across all areas of Compliance risk within a global firm, in the financial services industry
  • Detailed and extensive knowledge of the HSBC Group structure, its business and personnel, and HSBC’s corporate culture
  • Significant leadership experience and an experienced strategic thinker
  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills, with experience of dealing with executives at all levels
  • Ability to develop practical, cost effective solutions to complex global issues
  • A legal or formal accountancy qualification or professional background in a relevant risk or audit discipline

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