This role will collaborate with stakeholders and relevant parties to develop the Group Compliance strategy to address internal policy requirements relating to Data, Technology, and Information Security. These requirements relate to aspects such as records management, security, storage, governance, lineage, quality assurance, etc. There is an existing Compliance Privacy team and it is important that this candidate must liaise and partner productively with this team. This role will consolidate, articulate, and advise upon the Group Compliance risk in relation to the above areas.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Partner with Risk/Policy Owners to ensure Data and Technology policies/procedures/frameworks incorporate adequate controls and/or standards to comply with regulatory requirements and/or align with industry leading practices
Act as the Data and Technology Regulations subject matter expert (SME) within Group Compliance to:
Be the go-to function for Data and Technology related concerns;
Collaborate with other teams (e.g., Retail/ CIB/ Functions Compliance, Privacy) within Group Compliance where necessary to incorporate regulatory considerations with respect to Data and Technology;
Develop and maintain a knowledge base of Data and Technology-specific financial regulations;
Partner with Operations, and Outsourcing Compliance functions where necessary;
Define and communicate the roles and responsibilities of Data and Technology Compliance.
Support and advise Business/Functions (e.g., process owners) on controls that must be embedded within processes, considering regulatory obligations and industry leading practices. Some examples include:
The cyber and information security consultation papers from financial and non-financial regulators
The regulatory requirements (if any) in transitioning from the traditional software development lifecycle to the agile development methodology
Partner with DTOO advisory team to provide Data and Technology Compliance support for programs initiated by Businesses/ Functions.
Keep abreast of regulatory changes/ updates in the Data and Technology space through participation in industry forums, seminars, etc.
Qualifications and Skills
Data and Technology related compliance knowledge required
Knowledge of products and/ or businesses operations within financial institutions would be preferred
Understanding of regulatory landscape and requirements with respect to Data and Technology across regions such as ASEAN, Europe, Americas, Greater China, Africa and Middle East
Prior experience in a financial regulatory authority would be an added advantage
Knowledge and experience in areas such as operational risk management, information security
A methodical and meticulous individual with the ability to multi-task and lead a function
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Comfortable dealing with Senior Executives of the Bank across different ethnic and culture
Enjoys working in a fast paced, sometimes demanding environment
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