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BNP Paribas The BNP Paribas Group is a leader in banking and financial services, employing over 185,000 people across 75 countries and 5 continents. At BNP Paribas, we work continuously on behalf of our clients, helping them to realise their projects around the world. You can be an important part of this, helping us to serve our clients both in mature and emerging markets, providing them with financial solutions across a diverse range of expertise, products and services. Our origins lie in Europe but nearly a quarter of our employees now work in our multi-award-winning Asian offices and we are a committed player in all APAC markets.
In Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas has been present in the region for over 150 years and plans to grow its business from €2bl EUR to €3bl EUR by the end of 2016. With 9,000 employees in the region and a presence in 14 markets (with 3 main centres in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo), BNP Paribas offers you the chance to grow with us in Asia Pacific.
Contribute to the promotion of staff's professional ethics and culture of probity. Implement rules, processes and controls for misconduct prevention.
Note Professional Ethics is wide in scope. This includes conduct risk, gifts and invitation, personal account dealing, external activities, whistle blowing, and conflicts of interest involving employees.
Adapt and deploy professional ethics country policies
Assist in drafting of professional ethics country policies
Adapt group policies to country constraints and deploy them at country level
Conduct training on professional ethics
Advise on professional ethics topics on country level
Answer questions about professional ethics
Approve staff's requests relating to personal investments, gifts & invitations, conflicts of interest and outside activities
Implement controls and key reporting indicators
Conduct second level control testing relating to personal investments, outside activities and gifts & invitations
Prepare control testing and other related key indicator reports
Run the annual compliance declaration process
Escalate alerts, whistleblowing reports and investigations
Detect transactions / activities with potential breaches of BNPP policies
Escalate incidents / alerts to Country and Compliance Management, if considered necessary
Handle whistleblowing reports and related investigations
Participate in the development of professional ethics tools in their parameter
e.g. automated personal investment declaration tool, gifts & invitations approval tool
Issue Compliance reminders on Professional Ethics topics
Prepare periodic reports for submission to Head Office and Regional Professional Ethics.
Contribute to the promotion of staff's professional ethics and culture of probity
Contribute to the permanent control framework
Contribute to global and regional projects and initiatives on professional ethics, as and when required
Technical and Behavioral Competencies required
Ability to work independently and be assertive in the communication of professional ethics compliance policies
Attention for details and possess an investigative and questioning nature
Good verbal and written communication skills in English
Good computer skills in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experience and Qualifications required
University graduate in Banking and Finance, with relevant professional qualifications
5 years' experience in a role which has given them exposure to internal control framework