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Our client, a global leading venture capital fund, is currently looking to hire a Compliance Manager to join their high performing Legal and Compliance team. The fund, which invests in over 150 companies across a global platform, is currently focusing on growing their European portfolio - making it a very exciting time to join. As the Compliance Manager, you will immediately be afforded plenty of responsibility focusing on a wide range of compliance and risk tasks including; conflicts of interest, information controls and barriers, data protection, investment due-diligence and AML / KYC. On a daily basis, you will be working very closely with the Head of Risk and Compliance whilst being the main point of contact for a number of third party suppliers. As a newly created position within the fund, there will be plenty of autonomy available to mould and develop the role. This is a fantastic opportunity for a compliance professional with experience within the private equity, venture capital or investment management space to join an industry-leading organisation and really make an impact. RESPONSIBILITIES:
Act as a subject matter expert for data protection and maintain a record of processing
Assist with producing and automating appropriate compliance & risk reporting for the fund
Assist with the implementation of compliance & risk oversight framework
Undertake pre-investment anti-bribery, AML and due diligence checks
Assist with the review and execution of information barriers and sensitive information processes
Support the development of appropriate policies and procedures for the fund
Experience within the private equity, venture capital or investment management space
Hands-on experience of compliance processes such as conflict of interest and KYC / AML
Experience having implemented compliance programmes across multiple jurisdictions would be advantageous