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Participate in compliance risk assessments, reporting, reviews, testing, provide compliance comments and advice
Assist in compliance-related projects, initiatives, and system launch/ enhancement
Keep track of key regulatory changes and notify relevant business divisions
Provide compliance input to the business for BOCHK's broad array of products and business propositions
Comment various business divisions' drafting of policies and procedures, compliance manuals, and core control documents that meet local regulatory and BOCHK requirements
Review and update compliance documents in reflecting latest rules and regulations, industry best practices, and changes in BOCHK business structure and activities
Conduct compliance training for staff in Hong Kong in accordance with local regulation and BOCHK training objectives
Assist in maintaining good relationships with local regulators, including coordination in regulatory inspections, preparing regulatory reports, and handing regulatory inquiries
Good in both written and spoken Chinese and English; with knowledge of Mandarin being an asset
Accounting, audit, legal, or finance-related qualifications
Minimum 4 to 5 years of work experience in compliance, legal or regulatory fields in the financial services industry in Hong Kong
Good interpersonal, negotiation and communication skills, with flexibility and adaptability to changes
Effective time and project management skills
Heightened sensitivity to and refined judgment in identifying and assessing concealed risks and collateral consequences of activities in jurisdictions having opaque and emerging legal and regulatory regimes