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Business Planning Officer, Financial Markets Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
January 5, 2018
Role Overview Operating within the global Financial Markets ("FM") Compliance team based in Singapore focused on supporting the financial markets legal and compliance team to meet its various operational, procedural and process obligations.
Scope To provide the necessary support across the Financial Markets Compliance advisory, Conduct & Surveillance teams to meet its objectives and obligations.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
The role will sit within Compliance and report in to the Global Head, Compliance, Financial Markets. The successful candidate will be required to undertake the following key roles and responsibilities:
Assistance and production of relevant management information for the team including project plans, presentations and papers for various management committees.
Co-ordinating monthly / quarterly updates of deliverables and achievements. This includes tracking the completion of the FM Compliance CRA Action Plans.
Assist in ensuring the function is adequately resourced and staffed by an appropriate number of competent staff. Develop and implement capability and capacity planning for the function.
Control and oversight of FM Compliance annual budget
Assist with people management in the areas of resourcing, talent development, performance management, learning and development and engagement.
Ensure infrastructure is in place to support the FM Compliance function (including business management, planning and administration e.g. premises, IT).
Oversight, maintenance and integrity of the FM Compliance Bridge Space and Teamsite, including assisting in data and information extraction from databases for audit and management information purposes.
Management of communication channels, documentation issuance and integrity, maintaining soft copy word documents for all policies, procedures and manuals, maintaining PDF copies of the same including archival of previous versions and generally managing version control, coordinating issuance from the FM Compliance communications mailbox and other Compliance Circulars and other relevant documentation issued by the team.
Designated Learning Champion for FM Compliance, assisting with arrangement of training where FM Compliance is responsible for delivery, ensuring timely roll out of elearnings, tracking completions or attestations and attendance where required.
Support development and implementation of an effective communication plan to assist in proactive cascade of the vision, strategy, direction and leadership for the FM Compliance function to the network and businesses.
Assisting the team to meet its obligations under Operational Risk Framework (excluding surveillance)
Maintain close relationships with the Compliance & Front Office Business Planning Managers.
Ownership of ongoing seating arrangements and plans and team logistics.
Support team during regulatory visits including organisational and logistical arrangements
Provide Administrative coverage in the absence of the Team Administrator
Qualifications and Skills
Good educational background.
Strong project management and organisational skills.
Proven executor of initiatives and projects including leading on improving standards, processes and checks.
Good knowledge of Financial Markets and banking products.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and multi cultural awareness and sensitivity.
Ability to operate within a geographically dispersed and highly varied customer and stakeholder base.
Ability to collaborate and work dynamically across country, region and group stakeholders.
Ability to effectively prioritise multiple tasks in a high pressure environment.
Exemplary integrity, ethics, independence and resilience.
Good analytical and numerical skills.
Ability to sensitive matters at all levels of the organisation with discretion and confidentiality.
How To Apply
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Diversity and Inclusion
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