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ABC & Tax Evasion Policy & Advisory Manager

  • Location London
  • Job type Permanent
  • Reference BBBH123625

ABC & Tax Evasion Manager - Global Investment Bank

London, England.

Are you a natural leader that can support in further building on the existing dedicated 2LoD Financial Crime Compliance capabilities in a purpose driven and customer centric environment? Working across the group, the successful individual will take ownership in providing advice and expertise to senior stakeholders and influencing, as well as working in partnership with, other key functions and business areas to ensure adherence to relevant Anti-Bribery & Corruption and Tax Evasion policies and frameworks.

You will get the opportunity to work for one of the most reputable companies in the UK and a company that helps their customers at the moments that matter most and champion businesses to help them to grow sustainably.

Responsibilities:

  • Providing specialist advice on complex queries and issues from relevant stakeholders
  • Playing a key role in the definition, maintenance and implementation of ABC and Tax Evasion related policies and standards setting out minimum requirements across the financial crime lifecycle
  • Representing externally on Anti Bribery & Corruption and FOTE matters where appropriate
  • Playing a key role in the provision of a second line of defence by advising stakeholders on how to achieve compliance with regulatory
  • Providing guidance on new and emerging regulatory issues and developments.
  • Assisting with the compilation and reporting of Management Information to senior stakeholders

Requirements:

  • Proven FCC experience, specifically covering the areas of ABC and/or Tax Evasion.
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of the UK financial services regulatory framework, industry trends and best practice
  • Sound experience of drafting ABC and TEFO policy documents in a Financial Crime Compliance environment
  • Experience of applying informed and risk-based judgement from a regulatory perspective to commercial situations.
  • Excellent analytical, interpretation, influencing and communication skills (verbal and written); with an ability to communicate and network effectively to influence internal stakeholders.
  • Good organisational skills and the ability to develop risk-based strategies and processes.
  • A recognised Financial Crime qualification is desirable.