Senior Compliance Manager

Responsibilities and duties:

To assist in the development of the strategy for the performance of the Compliance Monitoring function with, including the development of related methodologies, procedures and templates

Conducting periodic and thematic reviews of first line business units to provide assurance that ePayments is conducting itself in line with its regulatory expectations

Providing detailed reports regarding the effectiveness of the firm’s control environment, including the issues and concerns, and agreeing steps to mitigate or avoid risks outside the company's risk appetite

Horizon scanning and reporting of regulatory changes

The production of compliance MI

Submission of regulatory returns to the FCA

Assisting in policy drafting

Development of departmental procedures

Assisting in internal governance matters, including the production of board and committee packs

The provision of regulatory advice and regulatory training , as applicable

Management responsibility for a Compliance Assistant.

We require the following from the candidates:

At least 5 years experience in a generalist compliance role. Experience gained within the payments space is preferred

A good working knowledge of the regulatory landscape applicable to FCA regulated firms

Experience conducting compliance monitoring/QA reviews

Experience preparing information/reports/packs for senior stakeholders

Strong interpersonal skills and skilled at communicating compliance and regulatory issues to key stakeholders, both verbally and in writing

An eye for detail

The ability to work to tight deadlines and under pressure

Confidence in communicating with people at all levels in the organisation

Excellent written skills

Strong reporting writing and MI compilation skills

The ability to prioritise own workload

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