Compliance Manager

  • Job Reference: 7717
  • Date Posted: 17 November 2022
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  • Location: Jersey
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Compliance/Risk/Internal Audit
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Role involves providing compliance framework and plan to regulated entities.  Postholder will act as MLRO, MLCO and Compliance Officer; identify weaknesses and procedure improvements; oversee maintenance of Risk & Compliance Registers; oversee daily Screening and Sanction Updates and deal with results accurately; conduct New Business Reviews upon New Clients and ensure 90-day Reviews undertaken; conduct Client File Reviews, Event Driven Reviews and CDD Reviews; support Company Secretary to complete Board reporting; undertake AML Risk Assessments and monitor remedial processing; oversee and approve advertisements; address issues for transaction monitoring, filtering and sanctions; undertake Risk/Compliance project work; manage Regulatory inspections; assist with NRA Data Collection and submission to JFSC; manage Business Risk Assessment and Risk Register; research and understand changes in regulation; draft and implement Policies and Procedures; develop AML guidance materials, training resources, and controls; ensure Proceeds of Crime Notices and data submissions to the JFSC.
At least 5 years Risk & Compliance experience required, along with solid understanding of Trust and Funds and Certified Funds Code of Practice; understanding of  Money Laundering (Jersey) Order 2008, Proceeds of Crime (Jersey) Law 1999, Terrorism (Jersey) Law 2002, AML CFT Handbook and other related legislation, ability to work without supervision and manage time and priorities; ability to influence and persuade; excellent communication skills at all levels; efficient and well organised; team player; strong analytical skills; adaptable to change; proactive approach; must hold ICA qualifications; strong technical legal and regulatory knowledge; solid Trust and Funds experience.
Contract position which could potentially become permanent.