Point of contact for all Retail Banking compliance related matters in relation to regulatory reform and implementation of policies and procedures.
Be a 'trusted advisor' to Retail Banking Business and provide timely advice to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations
Provide timely and relevant guidance to stakeholders on the application and interpretation of legislation, regulatory guidelines and policies relating to the Retail Banking business
Disseminate regulatory changes/practices and associated risks, and proactive engagement in regulatory reform and internal policies.
Insofar as they relate to regulatory compliance, provide details of developments giving rise to a material risk that serious regulatory breaches or breaches of risk tolerances (as agreed by the Board from time to time) may occur.
Maintain adequate management information and trackers to ensure all issues and matters are tracked, followed, regularly assessed and reported on.
Provide reports to relevant Group and Business risk and control committees and management group on key compliance risks and issues.
Drive high standards of regulatory compliance and deliver key priorities and initiatives, aligned to the Retail Banking Compliance's performance scorecard.
Lead on various Retail Banking Compliance projects and initiatives and other Group Projects relevant to Retail Banking Compliance. Drive and stimulate an environment where forward planning, prioritisation and deadline management lead to efficient work practices and streamlined functional activities and processes
As an independent second line risk control function, execute the relevant aspects of the Compliance framework through robust independent risk control and the provision of specialist advice and constructive challenge in a manner proportionate to the nature, scale and complexity of the Group's business.
Support a programme for compliance monitoring, surveillance and assurance for Retail Banking.
Promote the culture and practice of compliance with compliance standards (including conducting business within regulatory requirements, and to high ethical standards) within the Bank and embed a 'Here for good' culture and the Group Code of Conduct.
Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across Standard Chartered Bank. This includes understanding and ensuring compliance with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and the Group Code of Conduct.
Perform other responsibilities assigned under Group, Country, Business or Functional policies and procedures.
Qualifications and Skills
* Legal qualification and substantial experience (in excess of 10 years' relevant practice) in legal, compliance and regulatory risk management. * Sharp business acumen (including ability to assess risk and appropriate levels of return), excellent interpersonal skills and multi cultural awareness and sensitivity. * Ability and experience in managing geographically dispersed and highly varied customer and product base. * Ability to collaborate and work dynamically across country, region, business and group stakeholders. * Understanding of best practice risk management techniques and frameworks. * Understanding of the key features of relevant laws and regulations relevant to the Group. * Sound judgement on business practices, regulatory relationship management and reputational risk. * Exemplary integrity, ethics, independence and resilience. * Personal authority with proven ability to establish relationships and provide strong direction at senior levels of the Group and with regulators and other external stakeholders.
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