Assistant Sanctions Manager - Financial Crime Risk

  • Competitive
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong HK
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • HSBC
  • 19 juin 18 2018-06-19

Assistant Sanctions Manager - Financial Crime Risk

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Financial Crime Risk is a Global Function that brings together all areas of financial crime risk management at HSBC and is dedicated to implementing the most effective global standards to combat financial crime. The function has been set up in a way that enables us to build on our achievements in managing financial crime risk effectively across the bank and continue to strengthen financial crime detection, anti-money laundering, sanctions and anti-bribery and corruption compliance.

We are currently seeking a high caliber professional to join our team as Assistant Sanctions Manager .

Principal responsibilities

  • Work closely with Regional Sanctions Advisory Manager to provide regional solutions to complex global issues and initiatives in an ever changing, high-risk environment
  • Assist in liaising with Regional Sanctions Advisory Manager to agree a schedule of implementation for the Financial Crime Compliance Sanctions Controls that impact the Regional Sanctions Advisory Team
  • Manage, update regional procedures for the Regional Sanctions Advisory Team following changes to policy
  • Maintain awareness of operational risk within direct reporting line and across the region and minimise the likelihood of it occurring including its identification, assessment, mitigation and control, loss identification and reporting
  • Maintain and observe all HSBC control standards including the timely implementation of recommendations made by internal/external auditors and external regulators


Qualifications
Requirements
  • Risk professional with experience in one or more risk compliance roles, to include Sanctions experience
  • Knowledge of Sanctions regulations and guidance
  • Knowledge of the HSBC Group structure, its business and personnel, and an understanding of HSBC's corporate culture
  • Experience within the financial services industry
  • Lateral thinker with an ability to interpret and solve complex issues
  • Excellent communicator with strong inter-personal and influencing skills
  • Ability to adapt to change and provide input where necessary
  • Experience of dealing with regulatory matters and confident interaction with Regulators
  • Ability to develop practical, cost effective solutions to complex issues
  • High level of English language skills
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Candidate with less relevant experience or skills may be offered a lower Global Career Band than stated above.

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