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Unit: Risk & Compliance
Location: Jersey
Introduction:
Exciting opportunity for a compliance enthusiast to join our experienced team, as a Compliance Administrator to support the team effort to manage Control Functions and Monitoring Plan Activities.
 
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Associate, Compliance Administrator

Stonehage Fleming provides a range of services from long-term strategic planning and investments to day-to- day advice and administration to over 250 families of wealth. The Group employs over 500 people in 13 offices in 8 jurisdictions around the world.

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

The position reports to the Head and Deputy Head of Risk & Compliance, Jersey

OVERALL PURPOSE

To manage the control functions of the Jersey Risk & Compliance function and support monitoring plan activities

PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS AND ACCOUNTABILITIES 

To perform first line reviews of cash and asset movements (payments, settled funds etc) to ensure, inter alia, that all relevant screening and AML/CFT requirements have been met. Where necessary escalate and/or investigate any potential issues 

Perform reviews of client acceptance AML/CFT process and documents where relevant 

To control the ongoing screening of our client base (e.g. via RiskScreen Batch), escalating/investigating and potential matches and/or issues to senior management where relevant. 

Assist with compliance monitoring 

Assist in maintaining all compliance operational risk registers ensuring that all necessary follow up and reporting takes place in a timely manner 

Be the focal point for enquiries from external auditors and obliged person reviewers ensuring that all requests are attended to in a timely manner 

To assist with developing and delivering training to the business. 

Assistance with the maintenance of policies and procedures 

Review the quality of periodic AML and client reviews of Stonehage Fleming client base 

Other tasks as requested by senior management

ASSOCIATE - COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 

Hold or agree to work towards a compliance related qualification at at least certificate level 

Experience in a risk or second line compliance role would be preferable but not mandatory 

Experience in the fiduciary service area of the finance industry is preferable

SKILLS 

Preferable: 

Relevant basic compliance and risk expertise, within a financial services firm. Demonstrates sound judgment and decision making skills – able to deal effectively with a principles based approach 

Good working knowledge of JFSC Codes of Practice and the AML/CFT Handbook 

Credibility in a range of skills/levels (compliance, operational risk, fraud, business continuity) 

Excellent oral and written communication skills 

Strong interpersonal and conflict management skills. Able to engage others to manage identified issues to resolution 

Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook) with an ability to quickly learn/understand other in-house systems

WORKING HOURS 

We are keen to consider full time candidates for this opportunity. This job description is a guide to the principal, current duties of the job. It does not form part of the contract of employment / secondment.