Financial Crime, Compliance Manager
Salary AUD120,000 - AUD140,000 per annum + Super
Location Sydney CBDFULL_TIME
Consultant Dylan Mountford
Date posted 27 September 2018 2018-09-272018-10-25 banking 1 Farrer place Sydney 2000 Robert Walters Australia
The Financial Crime, Compliance Manager role is responsible for providing in depth technical knowledge and expertise in relation to the Financial Crime (FC) compliance requirements driven from local legislation (AU and NZ) and Group Policy requirements (based on European and Global legislation).
The Financial Crime, Compliance Manager is responsible for supporting the Head of Financial Economic Crime in driving and executing RANZG’s strategy to ensure a robust framework and control environment is in place to mitigate and manage the Bank’s exposure to FEC related risks.
- Supporting the Head of Financial Crime with the execution of the FC framework and policy strategy and activities, ensuring compliance with obligations and a robust risk and control framework is implemented effectively and operating.
- Manage and communicate compliance issues brought by changes to (FC related) legislation and other regulatory requirements across Australia and New Zealand or relevant other jurisdictions by providing briefings/ updates to management and staff.
- Assist in ensuring compliance with requirements of laws, regulations and industry standards.
- Act as the FC SME providing consultancy to projects affecting Australia and New Zealand products and processes to ensure compliance requirements are adequately assessed and controls put in place.
- Assist with the input and completion of relevant / required reports to Boards, Committees, Group, Management and Business Units as required.
- Assist with managing the methodology and implementation of ML/TF risk assessments across customers, products, channels and jurisdiction.
- Provide input and guidance to Group Policies and standards as well as undertaking gap analysis with the business when updates to new policies and standards are issued, including review of the local AML/CTF Program.
- Act as an SME to support investigations into escalated incidents and breaches, analysing results, reporting and follow up on remedial action.
- Act as an SME to provide advisory support to the Business advisory LCO compliance teams (in AU and NZ) for escalated enquiries.
- Demonstrate general risk management awareness practices, through performing role in adherence to our clients policies, procedures and values
- Completion of activities as set out in the Compliance Year Plan on schedule
- Increasingly leverage and contribute to global capabilities
- Effective management reporting
To apply please click apply or call Dylan Mountford on 02 8289 3171 for a confidential discussion.