Compliance Monitoring Manager - France and Luxembourg Compliance Monitoring Manager - France and  …

Fidelity International
in Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Temporary, Full time
Last application, 08 Apr 20
Fidelity International
in Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Temporary, Full time
Last application, 08 Apr 20
Fidelity  International

About Fidelity International

Over the last 40 years Fidelity International has enjoyed great success, offering investment services and solutions that are in the best interest of our diverse global client base. By sharing our expertise, market-leading insights and entrepreneurial thinking, we have enabled our customers to make more informed choices along the path towards achieving their financial goals. We have a reputation as one of the world’s most successful investment solution providers and, looking ahead, we believe our best is yet to come.

We endeavour to make the right decisions for our clients, and are committed to delivering constant improvements – we understand the role that the development of our people plays in this. It’s this unique approach that fuels our ambitious plans for the future. It’s a future that will be shaped by the talented, forward-thinking individuals who are part of our business today and also by those who will join us tomorrow.

Our long-term vision places customer experience and talent development at its heart. We are excited by innovation, take pride in developing market-leading products and have an organisation defined by our highly motivated employees. We value integrity and help provide the right opportunities for people who are eager to drive their own career.


Department Overview

The Global Compliance Monitoring function operates across numerous countries across Europe and Asia, including Luxembourg and France. The team provides monitoring services across a wide number of business lines. The key objective is to provide independent assurance to senior management and the relevant Boards and Operating Committees on the adequacy of compliance with key regulatory requirements. In order to provide this level of independent assurance, the department performs Compliance Monitoring reviews across all business areas.


Purpose of your role

As part of the Compliance Monitoring team, the Compliance Monitoring Manager is responsible for performing monitoring reviews and assessments in line with French and Luxembourg regulations. The key role will be to undertake a series of compliance monitoring reviews in accordance with French and Luxembourg regulations. As part of this, there will be involvement on a wider European basis, particularly with team members located in the UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and France.


Your key accountabilities

The Compliance Monitoring Manager will have specific responsibility for:

  • Conducting monitoring reviews, in line with French and Luxembourg regulations, providing assurance that business controls and practices align with regulatory requirements;
  • Ensuring all working papers are properly prepared and that suitable and clearly presented recommendations are made when necessary;
  • Ensuring quality and timely reports are issued to senior management;
  • Ensuring the timely and appropriate escalation of issues and tracking actions to ensure effective and timely implementation;
  • Managing the delivery of specific reviews and assessments against agreed deadlines and escalating any slippage against plan to line management in a timely and effective way;
  • Building relationships with the relevant business areas and other oversight groups, particularly in relation to the planning and implementation of reviews;
  • Co-ordinating with other monitoring work carried out in overseas offices;


Desirable Experience

  • Prior experience of working within the following disciplines: Compliance, Monitoring or Audit role within the Luxembourg or French asset management industry
  • Detailed understanding of the regulatory environment and principles
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and influencing skills with the ability to communicate to senior management and other key stakeholders
  • Excellent report writing capabilities
  • Fluent in English and French
  • Flexible, hardworking and able to multi task
  • Highly motivated individual who is able to manage their own work and timescales but also operate as part of a wider team
  • Good attention to detail but with the ability to view the bigger picture when recommending changes to the business areas