Working alongside the Committee Secretary, this role is primarily responsible for the coordination and administration of Committess managed by FCC Governace, including Group Financial Crime Risk Committee ("GFCRC"), Compliance Regulatory Risk Committee ("CRRC") and FCC Controls Governance Commitee ("FCCPGC").
Coordination and Administration of these Committees includes:
Preparation and drafting of meeting agendas;
Review of submitted papers against formatting guides and for consistency with other papers;
Management of Committee Logistics (attendees, VC/Audio/Room management);
Updating and ongoing management of action trackers;
Distribuiting and archiving meeting papers;
Responding to queries from members, FCC and other interested parties in relation to the Committee
In addition, the role holder will:
Support the Director, FCC and the FCC Governance team in relation to ongoing management of the FCC Master Action Plan
Provide secretarial support other FCC Committees and meetings
This is an excellent opportunity to work with Senior Stakeholders throughout the Bank and acquire a broad knowledge of Financial Crime.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Be the primary contact for all general enquiries relating to the organisation of FCC Governance managed meetings and related information requests.
Provide effective and considered stakeholder management with the Group's Senior Management.
Maintain Committee guidelines and templates, providing advice and training to paper authors (some of whom may be Senior Executives of the Bank) to ensure compliance with the guidelines in terms of paper format (including reviewing and suggested amendments to draft papers where appropriate).
Maintain relevant Committee procedures, processes and assurance checks to deliver efficient and effective work practices.
Manage the Committee membership schedule (and related documents), liaising closely with Committee Secretaries to ensure accuracy at all times.
Coordinatie and communicate all scheduled and ad-hoc Committee dates.
Assist FCC Senior Management in support and coordination between GFCRC and Board Financial Crime Risk Committee ("BFCRC").
Develop and maintain a strong and professional working relationship with key internal and external stakeholders, (such as Members PA's/BPM's, FCA, IT, SC conferencing and videoconferencing teams), building and encouraging an open and collaborative approach to working for Committee stakeholders.
Qualifications and Skills
Proven excellent organisational and forward planning skills are essential in this role. Good interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels and between different cultures.
Excellent attention to detail. Much of the work presented will be reviewed by the FCA/Monitor etc.
Ability to build effective relationships at all levels, demonstrating confidence in dealing with Senior Executives.
Possess a positive, flexible and collegiate approach with the ability to contribute to teamwork enhancement.
Ability to prioritise workload and manage deadlines. Adaptable to last minute and developing events whilst still maintaining composure.
Reliable, self-motivated, intuitive and proactive.
Possess the ability to identify and drive opportunities for continuous improvement. Possess a common sense approach.
Strong IT skills, particularly MS Word, Excel and MS Powerpoint.
Flexibility will be required to work outside normal business hours when required, particularly around scheduled Committee meetings.
Adept to working in a confidential environment, with increased compliance / control standards.
Would ideally suit a Graduate looking for their first step onto the Financial Crime Compliance ladder.
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The closing date for applications is 26/06/2017. Please note all closing dates are given in Hong Kong time (GMT + 8 hours). We aim to respond to successful applicants within four weeks and will keep a record or your application in our database so that we can contact you when suitable vacancies arise in future.
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