Manager, Complex Investigations - Financial Crime Compliance
- Hong Kong
- CDI, Plein-temps
- 30 août 17
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Financial Crime Compliance aligns current activities within Global Risk and helps to build these into a more integrated framework to conduct Customer Due Diligence which enables HSBC to manage financial crime risk more effectively. It builds stronger controls to improve the way Financial Crime Compliance risks are managed in order to spot gaps as well as trends so that the team can take action. It proactively gathers and analyses financial intelligence in a smart way so that suspicious transactions, activities or connections can be identified and we can adequately protect our customers from the threat of financial crime.
We are currently seeking a high caliber professional to join our team as Manager, Complex Investigations.
In this role, you will
- Operates within the bank complex investigative programs across regions, and countries related to fraud, anti money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism, sanctions, anti bribery and corruption. Ensures the quality and consistency of the investigations and the adequacy of the resourcing across the investigative program.
- Takes part in Investigations across regions, and countries to conduct complex, proactive, intelligence driven investigations, bringing together and drawing upon resources in other investigative functions where the nature of the investigation spans multiple geographies or financial crime types.
- Communicates information on the most significant and sensitive investigations and related mitigating actions to Regional and Group senior management to support and facilitate a strategic appraisal of the relevant risks.
- Identifies and escalates the most significant and sensitive investigations to ensure appropriate prioritization, resourcing, and investigative strategy.
- Operates within a systemic capability to refer investigative findings and recommendations to other parts of the firm for follow on action to mitigate the identified financial crime risk, track the response, and ensure appropriate governance.
- Provides the subject matter expertise necessary to inform the work of other parts of Financial Crime Threat Mitigation, including but not limited to innovations in analytics, identification of typologies, policies and procedures, the engagement strategy, training, and a potentially more effective and efficient regulatory landscape.
- Supports the Global and Regional Head of Complex Investigations in communicating the most significant and sensitive investigations and related mitigating actions to senior management to support and facilitate a strategic appraisal of the relevant risks.
- Successfully complete Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions training and post-course assessment, as required
To be successful in this role, you should meet the following requirements
- The jobholder responsibilities cover all of the bank Group Financial Crime Threat Mitigations operations.
- Experience working within a regulatory, investigative, or financial intelligence agency, or as a compliance manager within a global firm, in the financial services industry.
- Experience in mitigating the harms associated with the threat of financial crime at a strategic level
- Understanding of the current regulatory environment and expectations, relevant regulations, codes, and the bank Group Standards, as well as their underlying purpose to mitigate risk to the financial system and provide information useful for the public sector to provide law enforcement and security.
- A strategic thinker.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with experience of dealing with executives at all levels.
- Ability to develop efficient and effective solutions to complex global issues.
The chosen candidate for this role will be required to undergo enhanced vetting. Subject to local laws, this will require the individual to satisfactorily pass a series of additional checks as part of the recruitment process and on an ongoing basis, if appointed to the role. HSBC Group reserves its position with regard to any steps which it may take in relation to any material adverse findings which arise either when the checks are originally completed, and/or if relevant, on an ongoing basis. For more information about the enhanced vetting for this role please contact the recruiter for this role.
For further details and application information please visit our career site, search under reference number 00009NIO
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