Main Purpose :
Prevents the organisation from breaching relevant rules and regulations such as modern slavery, sanctions and anti-money laundering.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities, Key Responsibilities :
3 6 years compliance or legal experience across physical commodities (oil, metals, bulk, gas) and / or logistics (such as shipping)
Technical knowledge : international sanctions / trade embargos, anti-money laundering regulations, anti-bribery regulations, modern slavery regulation.
Good communicator (written and aural) in order to deal with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. banks and exchanges, clearing houses)
Attention to detail
Ability to deliver difficult messages
Manage and maintain good working relationships
Trained to work around a problem and find alternatives
Good relationships with back offices (derivative ops trade support etc.)
Sanctions and related queries
Enhanced due diligence reviews
Gifts and entertainment reviews
Review of modern slavery legislation and applicable policies and procedures
Complex third party payment issues reviews
Investigating possible breaches of the Code of Business Conduct or other Compliance policies and implementing any required rectification
Providing the escalation point for complex / non-standard KYC / AML issues
To keep all existing training up to date and develop new training where necessary.
Co-ordinate and progress a variety of process / system / policy review and improvement projects.
Monitoring the ongoing planning, implementation and delivery of projects relevant to compliance
Plans and aligns
Key Relationships and Department Overview :
Claims / Disbursements