Regional Sanctions Compliance Officer, Regional Financial Crime Unit, APAC
ALD Automotive France
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Perform analysis, liaise with Business Lines, KYC Team and other relevant departments to provide, in a timely manner, Sanctions compliance opinions in relation to (a) proposed transactions (including trade finance transactions, syndicated loans, debt issuances etc.

and (b) onboardings, regular and trigger event reviews of customers. Timely clearance of Sanctions related alerts, including but not limited to second level transactional sanctions screening alerts.

Work with other Compliance / FCU teams, Business Lines, KYC Team and support functions in APAC to implement the relevant policies and procedures related to Sanctions Compliance program.

Maintain a solid knowledge of EU / US / HK sanctions regulations; ensure up-to-date knowledge on regulatory trends, trade-based money laundering typologies, market practices and standards.

Contribute to the training of the Business Lines on Sanctions related matters and providing support to them to mitigate Sanctions and Embargoes related risks.

Coordinate and manage regional governance meetings for FCU teams in APAC. Contribute to review and report the Management Information (KRI / KPI).

Interact and collaborate with other teams at a local level (including AML / KYC, Regulatory, Transformation, COO teams) and at the Group level (Norms and Procedures, Oversight, Incidents teams) as well as FCU teams from other regions.

Contribute to the development of Compliance within the Group and to enhance working methodologies (sharing best practices, promoting consistency in analytical approaches, etc.

Help to facilitate governance over sanctions lists, screening and contractual frameworks. Assist in the review of regulatory examination and internal audit deliverables.

Review for adherence to sanctions compliance policies and procedures and assist in maintaining these policies and procedures and establishing controls to test for adherence.

Investigate and review potential breaches and present the residual risks to management. Work with business unit on review and guidance regarding new product initiatives.

Undertake ad hoc projects. Education / Qualification. Experience. Languages. Technical Skills. Personal abilities. General Competencies.

Graduate level with legal / finance or other professional qualification is required. Legal qualification covering EU or US law is a plus.

Preferably holder of Certified Global Sanctions Specialist (CGSS) ACAMS certification. At least 5 years in Sanctions Compliance in a financial institution including exposure to sanctions related advisory and alerts management.

Fluent in English & Chinese. Fluency in Putonghua is an advantage, but not a prerequisite. Solid knowledge of EU, OFAC and HK sanctions regimes.

Good understanding of financial crime risks, risk assessments and controls in relation to Sanctions related matters. Good understanding of trade finance products and the business line activities including market activities.

Working knowledge of global regulatory and financial services legislation as it pertains to Sanctions & Embargoes rules relevant to the business lines.

Good communications and influencing skills. Good presentation and report-writing skills. Excellent analytical skills and a critical thinker.

Excellent adaptability to an international environment. Open-minded, willing to take suggestions and work together for solutions.

Proactive with a strong motivation to learn and gain knowledge required to perform. Operational Skills. Regulatory Skills.

Communication Skills. Flexibility - Adaptability. Ability to make Decisions.


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