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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.
This is a role within the Compliance Assurance (CA) sub-function, which provides assurance activities over regulatory compliance (RC) and financial crime (FC) risks.
The role contributes to the global standardised CA approach ensuring that it is aligned to the bank’s Risk Management Framework (RMF). It is responsible for contributing to the delivery of end-to-end assurance work over RC and FC risks and controls. It is a subject matter expert on assessing the effectiveness of risk management activities to meet industry standards, country regulatory obligations and bank policy.
The role holder will be required to lead and contribute to assurance reviews across multiple Global Businesses/ Functions in Europe and manage effective relationships with key stakeholders.
The role holder will not have direct line management responsibility but may lead and manage other assurance individuals in the delivery of assigned work.
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What you’re going to do:
• Support the design and execution of assurance activities, ensuring that all relevant standards, policies and procedures are met.
• Provide subject matter expertise to and advise colleagues, supporting the identification of appropriate review scope and delivery of assurance activities.
• Inform Risk Owners, Control Owners and Risk Stewards of the design and operational effectiveness of the controls within their area of oversight and control.
• Escalate significant control deficiencies in a timely manner.
• Proactively identify key emerging compliance risks across the Global Businesses/ Functions.
• Build strong relationships with all internal stakeholders, adopting a cohesive approach to the execution of tasks with minimum conflict.
• Develop/maintain positive and professional relationships with external stakeholders, while ensuring the independence of an assurance function.
• Provide stakeholders with timely, concise insight into assurance activities.
• Drive the provision of consistent MI on the issues identified through CA activities.
• Support the production of high-quality CA deliverables, through effective quality control at each stage of the CA review life cycle i.e. Terms of Reference issuance, fieldwork completion and reporting.
• Demonstrate effective teamwork, engagement and collaboration within CA.
• Set the highest standards through personal behaviour and interaction with others and in the expectations set for colleagues.
• Support high operational standards within the team, avoiding high risk findings from Internal Audit or other internal/external evaluative teams.
• Be innovative in executing all responsibilities, providing solutions to complex issues in a high-risk environment.
• Through effective analysis of key information, support the identification and communication of emerging trends that may impact the effectiveness of the CA sub-function.


Apply if you feel you match these skills.
• Extensive RC and/or FC knowledge, with some experience in assurance or testing activities
• Relevant external financial services qualification
• Clear understanding of regulatory and/or financial crime compliance risk within the global financial services industry
• Capable of building positive and resilient partnerships with key stakeholders
• Lateral thinker with an ability to interpret and solve complex issues
• Excellent communication skills with very strong inter-personal and influencing skills
• Track record of working autonomously*
• Decision-making capability
• Strong English language skills (written and spoken)

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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