In Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas is one of the best-positioned international financial institutions with an uninterrupted presence since 1860. Currently with over 18,000 employees* and a presence in 13 markets, BNP Paribas provides corporates, institutional and private investors with product and service solutions tailored to their specific needs. It offers a wide range of financial services covering corporate & institutional banking, wealth management, asset management, insurance, as well as retail banking and consumer financing through strategic partnerships.
Worldwide, BNP Paribas has a presence in 68 markets with more than 193,000 employees. It has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors. Asia Pacific is a key strategic region for BNP Paribas and it continues to develop its franchise in the region.
* excluding partnerships
BNP Paribas offers you an exciting career in an international business environment that is fast-paced, diverse and focuses on creating high-value relationships with our clients. We offer competitive salary and benefits, as well as a working environment where you’re valued as part of the team.
This is a transversal position to provide compliance oversight and control to contribute in general compliance management of the securities firm.
- Provide compliance advisories to business lines’ daily inquiries;
- Assist in developing/updating local compliance and/or operating procedures for business lines to adapt to Group and regulatory requirements;
- Provide compliance support and guidance to business, in particular to actively participating in and support the new business growth and ensuring associated compliance risks are properly identified and addressed;
- Work with businesses to ensure that applicable regulatory changes/updates are implemented timely and efficiently and track and oversee non-standard regulatory requests;
- Monitor business lines’ compliance activities by conducting risk-based compliance control testing;
- Develop and deliver compliance trainings to enhance awareness and knowledge of applicable laws and regulatory requirements and new regulations;
- Coordinate with other compliance officers to complete regulatory reporting, review, survey and self-inspection.
The General Compliance Officer is responsible for the following activities:
- Follow up and interpret the new laws, regulations and regulatory requirements of the securities sector;
- Serve as procedure manager and assist to adapt to Group and regulatory requirements;
- Implement the company's information barrier and conflict of interest management;
- Organize and Implement compliance publicity/promotion and compliance culture construction;
- Coordinate and implement compliance trainings and regulatory reporting;
- Responsible for staff's professional ethics and whistle blowing;
- Assist other compliance officers in other daily compliance management.
Permanent Control Aspects
- Direct contribution to BNPP operational permanent control framework.
- Contribute to the implementation of operational permanent control policies and procedures in day-to-day business activities, such as Control Plan
- Comply with regulatory requirements and internal guidelines
- Contribute to the reporting of all incidents according to the Incident Management System
- Ensure audit recommendations are resolved within the specific timeline.
Technical & Behavioral Competencies
- Well-versed in rules and regulations related to securities firms and other financial institutions
- Familiar with daily compliance management work and relevant policies/procedures of securities firms
- Good understanding of securities firms’ operations, products and services
- Good analytical, interpersonal and communication skills
- Fluent in English and Mandarin
- Good computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
- Securities practitioner qualification is a must
- Securities sector practice experience for at least 5 years
- Compliance Competency Test pass is a plus