Compliance Officer

  • Competitive
  • New York, NY, États-Unis
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • BNP Paribas Asset Management
  • 01 déc. 17 2017-12-01

We have an excellent opportunity for a Compliance Officer in our New York office. The Compliance Officer will be responsible for assisting the Chief Compliance Officer (“CCO”) in various regulatory compliance matters. This role requires knowledge and application of Anti-Money Laundering & Know Your Customer requirements; managing compliance projects for the team and assisting with reporting requirements, both locally and globally.

We have an excellent opportunity for a Compliance Officer in our New York office. The Compliance Officer will be responsible for assisting the Chief Compliance Officer (“CCO”) in various regulatory compliance matters. This role requires knowledge and application of Anti-Money Laundering & Know Your Customer requirements; managing compliance projects for the team and assisting with reporting requirements, both locally and globally. 
 
Responsibilities:
• Familiarity with Anti-Money Laundering – Customer Identification Program (CIP), Know Your Customer (KYC) and Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), OFAC/Sanctions related regulations and their impact on investment advisers.
• Participate in the ongoing review of alerts received from the Adviser’s third party KYC/AML vendor, Thomson Reuters/World Check and the Group monitoring tools.
• Identify compliance risks within BNPP AM USA and ensure such risks are effectively mitigated with appropriate controls.
• Assist client relationship managers with Group KYC requirements.
• Provide compliance related training to employees.
• Coordinate, prepare and participate in client due diligence reviews.
• Review marketing materials and prospectuses.
• Assist with Compliance’s participation in SSAE 16 audit and coordination of team’s responses. Draft risks/ controls language as they relate to the Investment Advisers Act Policies & Procedures/COE for testing by auditors. Provide proof of compliance with the written risks/controls.
• Assist in periodic regulatory reporting to the Securities Exchange Commission, Commodities Futures Trading Commission, National Futures Association, foreign regulators and state lobbying bodies.
• Prepare intra-Group reports on the status of internal control plans and the effectiveness of these controls.
• Assist with compliance monitoring and testing of compliance policies and procedures and processes.
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Ideal Personal Profile:
• Integrity: Acts ethically, in compliance with what is said and while respecting the company’s values and rules.
• Analytical skills: Identifies all aspects of a subject and examines them in a critical way to construct a broad point of view. Individual is driven by the desire to know more about things, peoples or events.
• Accuracy: Constantly attentive to the precision and thoroughness of the information sent and to the quality of the work; ensures that errors are minimized.
• Results-Driven: Seeks to achieve the objectives set within the defined timeframe, by acting with tenacity, and by balancing costs and benefits. Continuously seeks optimum performance.
• Negotiation Skills: Obtains best possible results when conflicting interests are at play, leading to a constructive dialogue.
• Taking Initiative: Works proactively and independently, implementing work processes, ideas and solutions, including in situations where information is missing or wholly unusual.
• Communication skills: Expresses his / her messages, both orally and in writing, in an effective, organized way, which is appropriate to the audience being addressed.
• Teamwork: Knows how to work in a team and / or across teams, acts bearing common interests and respect for fellow team members in mind.
• Knowledge: Rules and regulations pursuant to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940; Investment Company Act of 1940, including Rule 38a-1; Securities Act of 1933; Securities Exchange Act of 1934; NYSE, NFA and CFTC (Form CPO-PQR & CTA Form PR)  rules; ERISA; FATCA; The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Volcker Rule, OTC derivatives, etc.) and EMIR; MiFID, AIFMD and UCITS regulatory regimes

Academic Background and Experience:
• Working knowledge of investment advisory environment and its associated risks and internal controls is required.
• Anti-Money Laundering/Know Your Client experience related to U.S. investment advisers.
• Strong computer skills; with advanced skills in Excel.
• Proficiency in French a plus, but not required.
 
To be considered for this opportunity, please forward your resume utilizing the online application process.  Equal Opportunity Employer.

BNP Paribas Asset Management is the investment management arm of BNP Paribas, one of the world’s major financial institutions. Managing and advising EUR 580 billion in assets as at 31 March 2017, BNP Paribas Asset Management offers a comprehensive range of active, passive and quantitative investment solutions covering a broad spectrum of asset classes and regions. With close to 700 investment professionals and 600 client servicing specialists, BNP Paribas Asset Management serves individual, corporate and institutional investors in 75 countries around the world. Since 2002, BNP Paribas Asset Management has been a major player in sustainable and responsible investing.