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Job Title: Regulatory Compliance

Company: Large Investment Bank

Corporate Title: Flexible Salary Range: Generous Package
Location: Singapore Date Open: Nov 2018

Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Responsible as a team contributor within the Regulatory Office for Compliance advisory and support for regulatory matters for bank Group in Singapore
  • Assist the Head of Regulatory Office to assess and advise on impact of regulatory changes and provide the necessary regulatory advisory to stakeholders.
  • Assist the team in the liaison function with regulatory bodies and industry association (MAS, SGX, CAD, SPF, ABS) for Banks Group in Singapore in terms of inspections, official communications, submissions, requests, etc.
  • Record, update and disseminate the bank’s regulatory watch (Banking, SFA, FAA) for consultations, notifications and disseminate to relevant parties on regulatory updates and advise on changes and implications, if any
  • Record and update the policies and procedures reflecting the necessary regulatory developments;
  • Provide feedback on regulatory advice to internal  stakeholders (Business, Support and Compliance functions) on NAC & TAC for business initiatives, products, outsourcing initiatives, regulatory and financial reportings, etc.
  • Perform the required follow-ups and controls required to ensure that regulatory requirements are complied with;
  • Assist to provide the necessary reporting to Head Office on regulatory matters;
  • Assist in any ad-hoc and projects as assigned by the Head of Regulatory Office and/or Head of Compliance.
  • Serve as back-up for colleagues within the Regulatory Office Team

Requirements / Qualifications:

  • Proactive, objective and possess an aptitude of risks and controls
  • Attention for details and possess an enquiring mindset
  • Good computer skills in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • University graduate with relevant professional qualifications
  • Experience in a role which has given them exposure to internal control framework (e.g. audit, regulatory inspectors),
  • Experience in local regulatory environment and framework is essential