This position will support the CIB Communications Surveillance team as a Communications Surveillance Analyst. The primary responsibility includes assisting in maintaining and administering the Communications Surveillance applications, performing the 1st level of communications surveillance review across multiple surveillance channels & platforms. The role reports directly to Associate Director, Communications Surveillance.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Assist in maintaining and administering the Communications Surveillance Application, eg performing periodic / ad hoc or event driven reviews of the lexicon (keyword) list and performing post implementation review.
Assist as a point of contact between Communications Surveillance and Production Support team to track and resolve issues, escalating when necessary, coordinating with the team to ensure alignment.
Perform the initial review of the communications surveillance function to detect potential market abuse and irregular behaviour that may lead to regulatory / compliance issues.
Escalate flagged messages to the Communications Surveillance escalation team for further review and follow up.
Assist in business analysis and project related work for enhancements, changes, and new initiatives within the FM Trade Surveillance / Communications Surveillance space.
Support any ad hoc data retrievals and reviews from source, ie Bloomberg Vault, Reuters Messenger Compliance Module, OCS, and Ice Chat.
Perform periodic review and escalation of chat room administration and usage monitoring
Perform periodic manual monitoring by reviewing and escalating to the relevant parties.
Perform assessment and review of new channels / platforms
Support the user update process as per Procedures (risk based algorithm).
Qualifications and Skills
Understanding of our different Financial Markets asset classes.
Understanding of our technology processes
Understanding of Financial Markets operational processes.
Sound technical background
Some data and business analysis skills.
Some project management skills.
Surveillance, audit, or operational risk background.
Strong Project management and/or process skills
Systematic and logical with strong analytical problem solving skills
Ability to deal with granularity of issues
Delivery of high quality work, in a limited amount of time
Keen eye for detail.
Able to multitask, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
Strong collaboration skills, especially with business and technology partners.
Ability to handle sensitive material responsibly and is trustworthy with sensitive information.
General understanding of the market conduct environment, but demonstrating a strong interest and appreciation in this area.
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Diversity and Inclusion
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