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Funds Partnership Asia
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 May 20
Attractive and Competitive
Funds Partnership Asia
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 May 20
Attractive and Competitive
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Funds Partnership Asia
Posted by:
APAC Research Manager
Excellent opportunity to be part of an innovative firm that provides an extensive range of trustee, custodial, escrow (and beyond) services to a wide variety of investment and asset management firms.

Our client is currently expanding their team and the opportunity is seated in Hong Kong. 

Responsibilities includes but not limited to:

  • Regional management of the Group's compliance function - regulatory reportings, KYC, AML activities and maintainence of compliance policies
  • Take charge, administer and supervise all existing internal operating protocols and compliance policies to ensure adherence to local and international regulations as and wherever applicable
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders for any compliance related queries, activities
  • Oversight and development of a compliance team based in Hong Kong.

Ideal Candidate would possess:

  • Minimally 10 years of experience within the financial services space covering compliance and regulatory-reporting related fields 
  • Strong grasp in managing compliance framework and issues in a commercial context whilst adhering to statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Familiar with local regulations (Hong Kong, Singapore and UK) wouldbe highly advantageous
  • Fluency in Cantonese, English and Mandarin is a must.
Company Overview

Funds Partnership is a global boutique executive search firm specialising in the investment management industry. Due to our clients’ location and language-specific needs, Funds Partnership focuses on 6 core markets: Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Japan, India and Australia – all which have thriving fund ecosystems.

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