Compliance Jobs in Guernsey

Compliance Manager

Job Ref: LF 19508
Posted: 2018-03-08
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Our client a growing provider of fund and corporate services, with dedicated client teams, leading-edge technology and a focus on alternative strategy asset classes, is seeking to recruit a Compliance Manager.


Guernsey, Channel Islands


Provide leadership and assist with the development of leading practices in relation to managing compliance, within the Funds Services and Corporate Service products.
Promote a good compliance culture within the team and the Group.
Manage the daily compliance activities, monitoring and reporting, ensuring that the Group and client Compliance Monitoring Programmes are performed to the required level and completed within the relevant time frame.
Prepare compliance reports, for client Boards and for the Group’s Jurisdictional Risk Committee.
Provide regulatory support and oversight to the business.
Identify potential regulatory issues and work with the business to develop solutions to prevent poor regulatory outcomes.
Remain abreast of regulatory changes and where necessary present accurate, concise advice on regulatory developments.
Regularly review and assess the adequacy of the CMP, ensuring that it captures newly emerging regulatory changes.
Liaise internally with client teams and managers.
Provide support and guidance to management, with regards to the application of the relevant laws and regulations in Guernsey.
Assist management with maintaining an effective relationship with the GFSC.
Build relationships with the wider Risk and Compliance team across all jurisdictions and maintain those relationships through effective written and verbal communication.
Monitor any breaches and complaints.

Skills / Qualifications

The ideal candidate will possess considerable experience in a compliance role within Private Equity, Real Estate Funds and/or Corporate Services, and will hold a relevant professional qualification. Applicants will demonstrate good working knowledge of the Guernsey regulatory environment and a detailed understanding of, and experience with, performing compliance activities within a financial services company. It is a prerequisite to have a proficient level of SharePoint and Microsoft products, in particular Outlook, Word and Excel. The successful candidate will have proven stakeholder management skills and the ability to take ownership and demonstrate initiative, to negotiate, influence and build consensus within a demanding environment. This role will suit a self-motivated individual, with excellent communication skills and the ability to prioritise workloads, displaying outstanding service delivery skills.

How To Apply

For further details please call 711188, or email
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