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Day-to-day responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Preparing written policies and procedures for specific business activities in compliance with applicable regulations;
Preparing compliance policies and procedures covering all U.S. operations also in compliance with applicable regulations;
Implement standards for Compliance policy and procedure framework;
Revising existing policies and procedures to reflect regulatory updates, organizational and business changes;
Assist in drafting and issuing communications regarding new and revised policies;
Review regulatory requirements and rule references in the SGUS Compliance Department Regulatory Inventory ("Regulatory Inventory") to confirm applicability to SGUS business lines based on the products and services offered and map the regulatory requirements in the Regulatory Inventory to regulatory category and SGUS policies and controls;
Analyze new regulatory developments for inclusion in the Regulatory Inventory, taking into consideration applicability to the business, and products and services offered by SGUS;
Assist in preparing reports regarding regulatory developments to update stakeholders.
Strong writing and research skills
Must be able to work with various teams in a professional environment
Self-starter with excellent organizational and communication skills
Strong attention to detail
All our positions are open to people with disabilities
Technical skills: Required:
MS Office Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint proficiency
Prior work experience: Required:
Prior internship or work experience in financial services or legal industry
College graduate Desired:
JD is strongly preferred
Environment Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking is looking to hire an intern for a 6-12 month period within our Compliance policy group. This intern will support the governance of the Compliance Department's policy framework. The hired candidate will be located in our New York City Office at 245 Park Avenue.
Job code: 19000HXI Business unit: Group Corporate Functions Starting date: 05/08/2019 Date of publication: 17/07/2019
Internal Number: 6116072
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