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Role Profile Our Compliance function is broadly split across three areas: Corporate Compliance, Fund Compliance & Upstream Regulatory Developments. We are now seeking a person to join our Corporate Compliance team who is experienced in compliance and regulatory affairs and who can display skill, energy and enthusiasm so as to gain a rapid understanding of the compliance and control aspects of our business, and to be part of a small team implementing our compliance plans, strategy and philosophy across the organisation. This is a great opportunity to gain exposure to both the insurance, asset management and fund services sectors.
To assume ownership of the responsibilities allocated to the Corporate Compliance function (Risk Assessment Audits, Annual Plan, Compliance Matrix, management of policies database, etc.)
To provide support to the PCF 12 for the Irish entities;
To support the preparation of reports to the Board of Directors on all compliance matters;
To support in the delivery of the annual Compliance Plan for the Company in line with the best practice and the regulatory requirements (e.g MIFID, UCITS and Corporate Governance Code);
To support in the preparation of reports and updates on the status of the annual Compliance Plan and all the other relevant items analysed to the Board of Directors;
To assist with the completion of all compliance and legal monitoring activities scheduled within the compliance team;
To co-ordinate with relevant stakeholders, track and respond to ad hoc queries and regulatory meetings or reviews from the Central Bank of Ireland
Ad hoc projects as required.
Skills & Competencies
Quick Learner and Assertive individual who can act by following instructions and act independently when appropriate.
Organised individual who can self-manage multiple priorities, routine work and urgent issues as they arise. The ideal candidate is focused on resolving issues in a pro-active way and in a timely way.
Knowledge of the regulatory environment as it pertains to Irish Financial services companies (knowledge of the cross border business would be an advantage but is not required).
Display Knowledge & Authority in dealings with all parties and maintaining priority of achieving goals.
Display Attention to Detail in all aspects of work and relationships.
Can establish him/herself as a Reliable Point of Contact for internal and external parties.
Developing and managing relationships both internally and externally.
Excellent verbal, written and numeric skills. Italian language skills would be an advantage though not essential.
Self-sufficient in use of Microsoft Office and internet.
Qualifications & Experience
Relevant 3rd Level Degree preferably with a legal content is desirable.
A formal qualification in Compliance is desirable.
At least 3-6 years' experience in a compliance or internal audit environment in financial services.