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Risk & Compliance Lawyer

Employer
AJ Fox Compliance
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
28 Jan 2022

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Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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We are working with a legal 500 law firm who are looking to employ a Risk & Compliance Lawyer. This role will report into the Managing Partner and work alongside the Head of Risk & Compliance.

The purpose of this role is to promote the highest standards of legal and regulatory compliance and to deal with risk & compliance queries across the business.

The ideal candidate will be a qualified lawyer working in the Risk & Compliance space. This role would also be suited for an NQ solicitor or someone who is returning to work after a period of absence and is looking to move away from fee earning and get into Risk & Compliance.

It would be useful to have knowledge of implementing best practice standards regulations and professional standards, risk & compliance.

Some of the roles and responsibilities will include:

- Acting as an escalation point for conflicts and AML issues

- Providing advice on data protection

- Developing and implementing policies, procedures and training

- Identifying and advising on compliance issues

- Advising on engagement letters and terms of business

- Developing the firms file audit process

- Dealing with onboarding suppliers and reviewing contracts

- Identifying internal risk issues and contributing to projects that require risk & compliance input

- Drafting reports for senior management

If you are not a qualified lawyer but have experience working in a Risk & Compliance team in a similar law firm role, you may still be considered for the role.

This is not a remote working role, but flexibility will be given. Ideally you will be in the office once or twice a week.
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