Compliance Officer (m/f)
succesful, international bank!
great career opportunity!
Our client is one of the largest Financial Groups in the world in terms of assets, offering a wide range of financial services, including commercial banking, trust banking, securities services, project finance, consumer finance and asset management. The bank is looking for a Compliance Officer (m/f) to support its continuous growth in Austria.
Review/resolve a range of the more demanding compliance issues, many of which may be sensitive.
Ensure and monitor adherence to local laws and regulations
Ensure potential and actual risk events and regulatory breaches
Perform Compliance reviews based on the yearly Compliance Monitoring Plan
Communicate non-compliance issues to all relevant parties in order that appropriate and timely remedial action is taken providing guidance and support
Keep abreast of changes in law, regulations and market practice as it affects the bank and submit recommendations for action and assisting
Promote staff awareness in the branch, understanding of and commitment to Compliance matters and provide appropriate training for the bank's staff.
As and when required undertake small projects and/or provide specialist input into wider business projects and initiatives, facilitating adequate control over Compliance risk.
Contribute to the Compliance Division team's workload.
Contribute to the development of the 'one Compliance team' concept.
Drive for Results
Collaborate and Build Partnerships
Communicate Effectively and Professionally
Balance Risk with Opportunity
Deliver Extraordinary Customer Experience
Demonstrate Global (European) Perspective
Influence and Inspire Others
Lead Change & Seek Continuous Improvement
The function requires good knowledge at academic level and wide practical experience across a number of financial services disciplines.
Experience in working in a compliance or legal function of an international financial institution or professional service firm, preferably on Financial and/or Corporate Banking Law.
Good knowledge of key relevant legal, regulatory and statutory requirements
Able to formulate own business area plans and strategy taking into account the wider business unit strategies and requirements.
Also an up-to-date understanding, of the wider financial services industry, regulatory changes and pertinent economic and political factors
Maintains close contact with external organisations/professionals for exchange of information
High level of personal independence
Complex problem solving skills.
Strong networking and influencing skills.
Verbal and written communication skills in German and English are essential.
Our client is willing to pay a salary of EUR 56.000 gross. Overpayment is possible, depending on work experience and qualification.