EMEA – Transactional Conflicts Clearance Manager
A leading Global Financial Institution is seeking to employ an EMEA – Transactional Conflicts Clearance Manager, based in London.
Hours 35 per week/permanent.
Competitive salary offered.
The Transactional Conflicts Clearance Manager will be required to work within the Conflicts Management Office (CMO) to facilitate and support the clearance of conflicts of interest associated with transactions, client relationships and employee external business interests and will provide wider support working collaboratively with all members of the Regulatory Compliance (RC) functions. They will be expected to act as an individual contributor to ensure service delivery of above tasks as per the standards agreed, taking into account key operational risk (including people & processes) and ways to mitigate them while operating in a well-defined control environment. They will obtain transaction update/ follow-ups from business areas in order to update the conflicts clearance database, applying applicable watch and restricted lists additions e.g. based on deal timings and ongoing deal updates.
The role holder will have responsibility for overseeing and ensuring that Operational risks are managed in accordance with the Group Standards Manual, Risk FIM, & relevant guidelines & standards, complying with the detailed expectations and responsibilities for their core role in operational risk management through ensuring all actions take account of operational risks, and through using the Operational Risk Management Framework appropriately to manage those risks.
The successful candidate will be a graduate and will have the following:
- An excellent working knowledge of the typical issues in relation to conflicts of interest within a global financial services firm;
- Experience of operating in the transactional conflicts clearance space in another global financial services firm (or similar)
- A deep understanding of investment banking products and services.
- Knowledge of the reporting approaches to Risk Management Information.
- Ability to lead change, contributing to joining up with the other teams in Risk, Compliance and Business globally.
- Experience of working in the global financial services industry is essential.
- Experience of dealing with legal and regulatory matters and confident interaction with others including external stakeholder e.g. regulators.
- Proven track record of managing change in a global regional and local structure.
- Experience of creating, leading and motivating a team.
Closing dates for applications: Wednesday 7th February 2018