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We Offer The Compliance Investigations function (CI) within the Compliance Department works with various partners/stakeholders in the Bank to exercise its remit over (1) the conduct of investigations and remediation/read across measures arising from identified risk and control issues; and (2) the disciplinary process, including the investigation of serious misconduct incidents. You will join CI with the focus on assessing remediation and read-across of Compliance process and control failures arising from investigations within APAC.
Job Description :
Assist in establishing a robust "end-to-end" remediation process with sound methodology, including identification of risks/issues, issue management, remediation and management reporting.
You will lead/coordinate and ensure remediation activities are effectively handled, tracked and completed timely.
You will be collaborating with various business partners of, among others, Front Office control functions, Legal and Compliance functions, in identifying remediation actions via participation in meetings and regular dialogues representing CI.
You will collaborate with CI counterparts in other regions/divisions in sharing knowledge/lessons learnt to ensure common risks/issues are identified, addressed and remediated consistently.
Direct report into the Head of APAC CI on, among others, progress of remediation projects, liaison with global counterparts and key business partners, regulatory issues/incidents on regional level which may require prompt action/remediation plan.
You are going to prepare meeting packs, presentation decks etc. to facilitate discussions with key business partners on remediation projects and management reporting.
Your Business/Law Degree is preferred.
You possess 8-10 years of experience in working within a control or audit function with process/control remediation experience.
You should have excellent analytical skills, project management skills and writing/presentation skills.
You are self-motivated with solid interpersonal and strong communication skills, negotiation and influencing skills.
You have the ability to multi-task challenging priorities whilst maintaining a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
You have a high degree of diligence in working with sensitive and confidential data, analytical and conceptual thinking, ability to work efficiently, pragmatically and independently.
You possess sound understanding of banking and financial services including regulatory framework and expectations.