• Negotiable
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
  • 12 Oct 17

Director, Compliance, Distribution and Corporate Partnerships

  • Location: Singapore
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type: Full time

Please view Job Description for details.

* Drive high standards of regulatory compliance and deliver key priorities and initiatives, aligned to the Retail Banking Compliance's performance scorecard.
* Second Line Risk Control Owner for Retail Banking processes.
* Promote the culture and practice of compliance with compliance standards (including conducting business within regulatory requirements, and to high ethical standards) within the Bank and embed a 'Here for good' culture and the Group Code of Conduct.
* Point of contact for all Retail Banking compliance related matters on segments and distribution.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

* Provide regulatory compliance support for Retail Banking ("RB"), in particular, providing support and advice to RB stakeholders on managing regulatory compliance issues, risks, changes and reform.
* Provide compliance support to RB in reviewing and advising the business on issues on data privacy, confidentiality, outsourcing, conflicts of interest, client vulnerability, suitability in their various initiatives, including sales governance issues through close coordination with Regional and Country RB Compliance Advisers.
* Provide assistance to select Compliance or business initiatives in regions / countries where necessary.
* Provide compliance support to RB in reviewing and advising on marketing enablers for international banking and cross border data sharing, through close coordination with Regional and Country RB Compliance Advisers.
* Provide compliance support to RB in reviewing and advising the Business on branch, voice & virtual, sales, alliance and referrers and employee banking compliance through close coordination with Group business teams and Regional and Country RB Compliance Advisers.
* Help promote and manage, throughout RB, the culture and practice of good conduct and risk management within the letter and spirit of relevant UK and EU legislation, including local Laws and Regulations and all Group standards relating to RB.
* Provide support in highlighting regulatory reforms and risks for the Compliance reports for presentation to business leaders,
* Provide support in the implementation and embedding of UK and EU legislation relevant to RB.
* Review and draft Compliance Procedures, as required, to set standards of compliance risk management through an effective process of risk identification, assessment and mitigation to manage the risks of RB.
* Provide assurance of compliance to internal procedural and external regulatory requirement through the delivery of a comprehensive risk-based Compliance Review and Monitoring programme.
* Draft compliance test steps and assist in the conduct of Compliance Monitoring Reviews
* Support embedding of operational risk frameworks for Retail Banking business.
* Perform other responsibilities assigned under Group, Country, Business or Functional policies and procedures.

Qualifications and Skills

* Degree in Law/Finance/Business from an accredited university
* At least 12 years of in-house work experience preferred
* General knowledge of business areas and products and the relevant regulatory requirements and Group standards that would apply and able to work independently and manage projects
* Able to understand risk frameworks
* Team player with good inter-personal skills
* Meticulous, analytical and logical thinker with ability to provide a pragmatic approach to issues
* Flexible, adaptable and prepared to work with shared resources, non-fixed workstations and be based at Changi Business Park

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Diversity and Inclusion

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