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Financial Crime Compliance Officer (H/F)

Permanent contract
Courbevoie
Salary: Not specified
A few days at home

HSBC
HSBC

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At HSBC, we’re a trusted international organization with a global customer base of around 39 million customers worldwide through a network that covers 62 countries and territories. In Europe, our ambition is to become the leading international wholesale bank and we need talent like you to help us meet our ambition. Whether you want a career that could take you to the top or in an exciting new direction-we offer opportunities, support and rewards that will take you further.

Here in France, you’ll help evolve and grow our business.

The Compliance function is a Second line of defense (LOD) function, responsible for reviewing and challenging the activities of the Asset management businesses (also referred to as “the First LOD”) to ensure that they effectively manage as “Risk Owners” the Financial Crime Compliance risks inherent in or arising from the conduct of their activities and for which they are responsible. The Second LOD consists of ‘Risk Stewards’ who are independent of the commercial risk-taking activities undertaken by the First LOD. The Financial Crime Compliance function is a Risk Steward for a number of non-financial risks in accordance with HSBC Group’s risk framework.

The Financial Crime Compliance Advisory for the Asset Management activities is in charge of ensuring that the framework and its implementation by the business is effective in terms of identification, management and mitigation of Financial Crime risks.

What you’re going to do:
• With regard to Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) concerns, closely work with and support the business and the management of the asset management business and in particular provide them with timely and accurate advice and assist them with the aim of managing the risks of non-compliance with HSBC standards, applicable regulations and good market practices
• Identify, analyze and escalate regulatory or HSBC Group standards issues/breaches in terms of FCC related matters and, propose practical solutions
• Develop an efficient oversight on 1st line controls in conformity with HSBC standards and applicable regulations, and provide the required reports
• Contribute to the FCC trainings delivered to the first line of defense
• Contribute to the drafting and the annual update of internal procedures/process for FCC matters and make sure they apply the latest applicable regulations and HSBC standard
• Participate to the regulatory watch, provide adequate analysis to the business and assist them for their implementation
• Participate and contribute to internal meetings and meetings of professional associations
• Contribute to the Risk and Control Assessment of the company for FCC risks and assist the team in its the role of risk steward
• Contribute to HSBC group reportings and reportings to regulators
• Support in managing the relationship with relevant regulators on behalf of the business
• Be the contact point for specific FCC related matters for the business and functional lines
• Spread and foster local FCC culture and awareness
• Comply with HSBC Group standards and regulations applicable to FCC related matters

Conditions

Apply if you feel you match these skills.

  • Knowledge:

- French and English

- 5 years of experience in the asset management business

- Good knowledge of the French and European regulations in term of FCC for the asset management business

Post-graduated

- Computer literate
  • Skills:

- Ability to work with minimal supervision and on multiple tasks simultaneously

- Ability to have close and positive relationships with the business and the compliance function

- Pro-active to identify, escalate and propose practical solutions

- Ability to work with tight deadlines

- To be able to solve conflicts which could arise, firmly but diplomatically

- Excellent communication , team spirit and inter-personal skills

Even if you feel you do not fit 100% of our qualifications, we encourage you to not let this hold you back from applying if you believe this is the role for you.

What you’ll get in return:
• We’ll help you progress your career, including access to development programs, mentoring and coaching, as well as world-class training through HSBC University.
• You can work your way and will have a say in when, where and how you and your team flexibly work together.
• Our flexible benefits will give you financial security, including employer-funded pension, Holiday vouchers based on your reference tax income. Our family-focused benefits can help you to support your loved ones, including partial reimbursement of childcare costs, allowance for parents of children with disabilities, days off for key events (weddings, moving house),
• We’ll give you a huge range of resources that support your mental, physical and social well-being, including free access to Headspace app, health checks, 5 weeks paid vacation.
• You’ll have opportunities to work internationally - this can be your place to start and branch out to anywhere we have offices.
• You’ll be able to join our Employee Resource Groups that bring together colleagues with shared characteristics and common interests.

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