Head of Compliance – Financial Crime & Offshore Structures Knowledge Required

US$ 110K - 170K + Bonus + Benefits (including Relocation)
10 Jun 2018
02 Jul 2018
Job Sector
Experience Level
Department Head, Management
Contract Type
Full time, Permanent

Head of Compliance – Financial Crime & Offshore Structures Knowledge (from AML, Audit, Compliance or Risk) Required  

Our client, a leading international bank, is looking for a Head of Compliance. Responsibilities will include:  

• Providing leadership to compliance staff and managing the operations of the Compliance Department
• Implementing and monitoring the compliance program and annual compliance plan
• Monitoring key performance indicators and helping to identify and address regulatory compliance risks;
• Review continuing adequacy and adherence of policies and processes in light of regulatory requirements and market and business developments;
• Provide advice to the group’s business units on existing and emerging regulatory obligations and required process changes;
• Assist the Reporting Officer during vacation periods or during ad hoc absence.
• Sanctions Screening and Transaction Monitoring 

You should have a good understanding of complex offshore structures, trust & funds with an extensive understanding of related regulatory issues (including AML, CTF & Sanctions) and experience working with automated transaction monitoring & screening systems. This should have been gained from AML, Audit, Compliance or Risk in a bank, trust company and/or corporate service provider, whether based in a similar offshore location or in a leading onshore centre. Role may suit someone able to step into the top job immediately or else start as a Senior Manager supervising the team whilst current Head oversees (title and salary dependant on experience, whilst tax is 6%).   

For a confidential no obligation discussion, please feel free to call David Symes FCA on 020 7330 6966 or send your details to him at David@compliancerecruitment.com  

Compliance Recruitment Solutions Limited (CRS) are acting as an employment agency in relation to this role.   

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