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Compliance Analyst M/F


Vacancy details

General information

Entity

CACEIS is the asset servicing banking group of Crédit Agricole dedicated to institutional and corporate clients.

Through offices across Europe, North America and Asia, CACEIS offers a broad range of services covering execution, clearing, depositary and custody, fund administration, middle office outsourcing, forex, securities lending, fund distribution support and issuer services.

With assets under custody of €2.6 trillion and assets under administration of €1.7 trillion, CACEIS is a European leader in asset servicing and one of the major players worldwide (figures as of 31st December 2018).  

Reference number

2019-41134  

Publication date

21/08/2019

Job description

Business type

Types of Jobs - Compliance / Financial Security

Contract type

Fixed-Term Contract

Term (in months)

6

Management position

No

Job summary

Job Objectives:
 

The primary focus of the Compliance Analyst will be the maintenance of CACEIS in Ireland’s financial security obligations to ensure completion and delivery of internal financial security reports to the local teams as well as the financial security units in Luxembourg and Paris, respectively.

 

The role of the Compliance Analyst is to:

·         Support the compliance department in implementation of the internal control framework and relevant reporting.

·         Assist the compliance department in the annual compliance monitoring programme and in line with CACEIS Ireland Limited (CIL) and CACEIS Bank, Ireland Branch (CBIB) permanent and financial security controls and relevant policies and procedures to ensure regulatory requirements are adhered to at all times.

 
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
·         Prepare, compile and conduct the financial sanction and Politically Exposed Person (PEP) screening in a timely manner, as required by the Group;   

·         Investigate potential matches and document the rationale behind all decisions taken;

·         Prepare and analyse daily / monthly / quarterly  financial security reports and submit to financial security teams  within the specified deadlines;

·         Handle, investigate and action suspected or actual fraud attempts, as instructed by the AMC ensuring all cases reported, are escalated and recorded appropriately;      

·         Maintain and update all local procedures documenting CIL’s Blacklist & PEP filtering obligations;

·         Investigate transaction monitoring alerts for CIL (Transfer Agency) and CBIB (Branch) on a daily basis;

·         Participate and contribute to adhoc and project driven research, investigation and compliance monitoring reports in conjunction with the Head Of Compliance (HOC) and the AMC;

·         Log and maintain oversight of all communications / requests and deliverables with the relevant authorities to ensure timely completion and submission of all matters raised.

·         Support the compliance department in planning, design and development of the internal control framework and the ongoing management process;

·         Assist AMC and HOC in updating procedures for the financial security areas, to capture all regulatory changes.

·         Assist in preparation and timely delivery all compliance reports and deliverables in respect of CACEIS entities in Ireland and any other ad hoc, internal, external reports as required from time to time; 

·         Maintain the compliance mailbox and ensure investigations are followed up in a timely manner;

·         Assist with the development of an internal risk assessment.

·         Draft and revise policies and procedures ensuring effectiveness, consistency and adherence to established firm standards and regulatory requirements

 

Job location

Geographical area

Europe, Ireland

City

Dublin

Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

Academic qualification / Speciality

• A third level business qualification with experience in Financial Services, Project Management, Internal Audit and/or Risk Management would also be an advantage;

Level of minimal experience

0-2 years

Experience

• The candidate should have a minimum of 1-2 years' experience within a Compliance or Risk office environment;
• Ability to understand the risks of dealing with PEP's and regulatory expectations around dealing with PEP's;

Required skills

• Accuracy and attention to details at all times;
• Ability to work on own initiative, and an ability to prioritise;
• Be able to identify and contribute to continuous improvement initiatives;
• An ability to work across teams to achieve objectives;
• A team player that enjoys working in a busy environment;
• Excellent communication skills both oral and written.

Technical skills required

• Intermediate to Advanced Word, Excel, Access & PowerPoint is mandatory.