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Job Purpose:
Senior Compliance professional required to join an expanding Private Wealth Group, as their Head of Compliance in a permanent capacity based on the Isle of Man. You will be responsible for overseeing and managing compliance across the group, ensuring that it meets regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures. The position may involve being the Compliance Officer and MLRO for the Isle of Man.

Key Responsibilities:
Develop and maintain a positive Compliance culture across the Group.
Establish and maintain strong relationships with the Executive management.
Develop and implement strong global, cross border policies.
Monitor the effectiveness of the Compliance policies and controls in place across the Group and update as necessary; providing support and training to all areas as needed.
Oversee the operation of the compliance function across the Group.
Build relationships with regulators for licensing and ongoing requirements.
Monitor regulatory change to identify, understand and communicate to global teams and ensure policies and processes are updated.
Develop and mentor the Compliance team globally. Ensure clear key performance indicators are set, reviewed regularly and that reports are meeting the required standards.
Monitor and improve processes to most effectively anticipate, manage and reduce risk to the Group.
Ensure teams are guiding and assisting relevant internal departments to ensure that the client experience is smooth and efficient and that the regulatory implications have been considered and addressed.
Foster an environment of regulatory awareness whilst instilling a positive, proactive culture towards the compliance function across the Group.
Act as Chair of the Financial Crime Committee.
Act as Project Sponsor for all Compliance projects, including significant regulatory changes and ensure that appropriate resource and governance is in place to guarantee delivery.
MLRO - Act as MLRO for the Isle of Man, including receipt , assessment and disclosure of suspicious activity reports.
Business Support - Act as point of referral for Isle of Man Compliance matters.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 7 years in banking and/or investment experience and have held senior roles in Compliance, ideally with international exposure.
A sound knowledge of Isle of Man regulations is a requirement.
Knowledge of UK, and Channel Island regulation would also be desirable.
Strong communication skills (both written and oral) with all levels of staff including the ability to present to the Executive Committee, Audit Risk & Compliance Committee and the Board.
Needs to be thorough analytical and have an enquiring mind.
Show initiative and evidence a strong personal drive.
Must be well organised and able to achieve deadlines.
Strong report writing skills.
Able to work within a small but focused team.
Experience of managing projects.
Hold a related compliance qualification.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Job Purpose:
A permanent opportunity for a Commercial Banking and Due Diligence Case Manager to join a global banking organisation. Based within the Onboarding team you will actively support the Head in managing the Operational Risks in the team, ensuring that policy and procedures associated with the New to Bank On-boarding processes are consistently applied at all times.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide full operational support to the team or function, as required, anticipating workload and supporting with appropriate materials.
Manage operational tasks as required.
Provide excellent customer service at all times.
Own and resolve issues with all stakeholders or customers and escalate where appropriate.
Deliver fair outcomes for our customers and ensure own conduct maintains the orderly and transparent operation of financial markets.
Support the On-boarding Officers in the delivery of a first class end to end on-boarding experience by ensuring the correct policy and procedures are followed, correct and applicable documentation obtained and recorded correctly on the Bank's client database.
Ensure the new to bank client on-boarding and existing client CDD processes are undertaken within the defined SLAs, ensuring any risks to the timescales are escalated to the Team Leader and Relationship Manager.
Liaise and work with other areas of the Bank to ensure the best possible experience and outcomes for the clients, employees and the Bank.

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 3 years banking experience , working in Client On boarding Know Your Customer (KYC)/CDD.
Proven managerial / leadership experience.
A desire to find ways to continually improve the service delivered to customers.
Both spoken and written communication skills with experience of adapting your style and approach to the audience and message to be delivered.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours.
Salary dependent on experience.

Job Purpose:
A Part qualified Accountant (ACCA) or AAT qualified candidate who is looking to complete ACCA studies, is required by an International Life Assurance Company in a new role within the Finance team. The role will support the Fund Accountant in delivering over 100 Fund Accounts, that need to be prepared and audited on an annual basis. This role will involve the preparation of less complex accounts, also assisting with the day to day monitoring of funds.

Key Responsibilities:
Supporting the Fund Accountant in delivering over 100 Fund Accounts, annually
Managing the preparation of less complex accounts and assisting with more complex accounts.
Day to day monitoring of funds.
Interrogating data, reconciliation of discrepancies, providing current financial information in a timely manner.
Able to mine and extract specific MI to support financial decisions.

Skills & Experience:
Either AAT qualified or part-ACCA qualified, and looking to complete ACCA studies.
Advanced Excel skills and ideally experience of Access, with an ability to mine and extract data sets.
Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach, used to working in a timely and accurate manner to meet deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary competitive in line with experience and level of qualification.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Fund Accountant, ideally recently ACCA qualified or currently part-qualified and looking to complete their studies, is sought for a new role within the Finance team of an International Life Assurance Company. Primarily the candidate will oversee and produce annual Fund Accounts for over 100 funds. Advanced Excel and Access skills are expected, having an ability to mine and extract data sets. Previous people management responsibilities will be useful, to coach and mentor one direct report.

Key Responsibilities:
Overseeing and producing Fund Accounts annually for over 100 funds.
Monitoring transactions within the funds, ensuring the accurate reflection of these in accounting records.
Responding to and answering Auditor queries raised in relation to funds accounts.

Skills & Experience:
Recently qualified ACCA candidate, or a candidate experienced in Fund Accounting who is part-qualified and looking to complete their studies.
Advanced Excel skills and an experienced user of Access, with an ability to mine and extract data sets.
Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach, used to working in a timely and accurate manner to meet deadlines.
Experienced in coaching and mentoring a small team - this role will have responsibility for one direct report.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary competitive in line with experience and level of qualification.

Job Purpose:
Qualified Accountant (ACA/ ACCA), with strong technical knowledge of accounting standards, including IFRS, is sought to lead and develop the Financial Reporting team. The role holder will ensure the completion of some statutory and group reporting requirements, including the review of regulatory returns in accordance with requirements of different jurisdictions. This opportunity could particularly suit applicants with an audit background, (who have ideally audited Life insurance companies), who will be able to apply their existing skills but also gain further experience in a new environment.

Key Responsibilities:
Leading and developing the Financial Reporting team, having proven ability to develop and inspire others to perform at their best.
Manage the production of group reporting, Branch regulatory returns (including Branch financial statements) and the production of Board and other internal reporting requirements.
Drive improvements in financial reporting needed to meet the changing demands of regulators and auditors.
Being the prime point of contact for external auditors.
Input into the preparation of business plans for group companies.
Maintenance of a robust control environment, in accordance with the SOX framework.
Providing technical input into varied business projects, as required.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ACCA qualified Accountant with 1-5 years PQE.
Technically up to date with accounting standards, particularly IFRS.
Previous experience working for, or in the auditing of, Life Insurance companies, would be particularly beneficial.
Strong people management skills, used to developing and inspiring individuals/teams.
Excellent analytical and communication skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, highly competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
A Retail Trading Manager is sought by a leading UK retail store on a permanent basis. The role holder will provide leadership within their department, delivering long term profitable sales growth.

Key Responsibilities:
Deliver market leading helpful customer service across the department.
Lead by example; inspire, motivate, and engage the team to maximise performance.
Measure team performance against defined objectives, understanding any training needs.
Drive sales opportunities across the department.
Deliver a department which is safe to trade, audit compliant, and protects assets.

Skills & Experience:
Proven experience of managing and leading a team while successfully delivering targets and KPIs is essential.
Full clean driving licence is required.
Competent user of MS Office products.
Experience in maintaining operational standards to ensure an effective and safe working environment.

Hours & Benefits:
5 out of 7 days in the store on a rota basis - flexibility to work Saturdays and Sundays is required; Salary commensurate with relevant skills and experience; Excellent company benefits package.

Job Purpose:
An experienced Senior Company & Trust Administrator, ideally with c5 years company & trust experience and likely to be either part or fully ICSA/STEP qualified, is sought by an established Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires the provision of professional administration services to a varied client portfolio, working within compliance and internal company procedures and assisting with business development initiatives on an ongoing basis.

Key Responsibilities:
Excellent understanding of structures, to take an active role in management of key clients and assisting with ongoing business development initiatives.
Undertaking KYC and CDD procedures for existing and new clients.
Maintaining and preparing statutory records.
Assisting with and ensuring the provision of exceptional client service, by the team
Ensuring policies and procedures are followed, advising any changes to legislation and providing training, as required.
Assisting the team with prioritisation of client work, providing support about any difficult matters and training and developing staff as needed.

Skills & Experience:
+ 5 years company & trust administration experience, used to managing a diverse client portfolio.
Likely to be either part or fully qualified ICSA or STEP.
Professional and friendly manner.
Good organisational and communication skills, used to meeting deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
35 hours a week, highly competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Senior Facilities Manager required to join an expanding Wealth Management Group on the Isle of Man in a permanent position as their Senior Facilities & Project Manager. Primarily you will be working with the Head of Facilities Management on the overall delivery of the facility and building services to support the requirements of the organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Ensure site is statutory compliant and adheres to health and safety legislation.
Work with the Head of Estates to assist in the delivery of our lease obligations and to ensure that the service charge budget is re-charged to our sub-tenant(s) accordingly.
Financial management and budget forecasting liaising with relevant stakeholders as necessary.
Collaborate with key stakeholders and other Lines of Business to determine facility requirements and expand the function's reach.
Recruit/manage appropriate staff to adhere to our code of conduct and deliver the facility, building, security and health and safety services.
Develop relationships with local providers to supply facility and security services.
Work with existing members of staff, setting facility, security and health and safety objectives.
Cost effective vendor management of service providers including SLA and KPI reporting.
Incident management and emergency preparedness process and escalation management.
Environmental and sustainability management.
Maintain or develop the necessary skills, qualifications and certifications to provide expert advice on facility, building, security and health and safety matters.
Project management of mechanical and electrical and fabric refurbishment programmes including relocation management ensuring budget controls.
-Sharing of best practice facilities management and operational delivery of facility services other regional sites as directed.

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a similar Facilities Manager position within a global organisation.
Excellent stakeholder management experience.
Used to working in a fast paced environment.
Already hold or be working towards relevant industry qualifications, NEBOSH/IOSH.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Assistant Legal and Data Protection Officer (DPO) required to join an International Life organisation on a permanent basis, this role will be responsible for providing fundamental support to ensure that the Group is compliant with all applicable data protection laws and regulations, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Key Responsibilities:
Provide support where required to interpret regulations and ensuring that the business complies with data protection legal, ethical and regulatory requirements in the jurisdictions of operation.
Proactive monitoring of changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking action accordingly.
Implementing the systems that ensure that the company complies with all applicable codes, in addition to its legal and statutory requirements.
Provide support with drafting and maintaining appropriate Data Protection policies and procedures. Support with related audits where required.
Support with legal investigations as required.
Support to update and roll-out of training to all staff to raise awareness of Data Protection and foster a data privacy culture within the Group.
Assist with preparation and filing the statutory forms in a timely manner in each jurisdiction.
Assist with updating of the company registers and maintaining the corporate files.

Skills & Experience:
Degree level qualifications are desirable.
Some knowledge of Data Protection legislation, in particular the GDPR is essential.
Experience working in the finance sector, preferably the life and investment sectors is desirable.
Excellent communication skills are required along with high attention to detail and strong organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours, competitive salary and benefits package, Douglas based, parking on site.

Job Purpose:
Personal Assistant required for a Life organisation on a permanent basis, this role will be responsible for providing comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to the Group Risk Director and the Group Risk, Legal and Compliance Team.

Key Responsibilities:
Organising diaries, meetings (internal and external) and ensuring that all relevant information and documentation is available ahead of time as necessary.
Making travel arrangements including flights, hotel, visas and preparation of detailed itineraries.
Typing correspondence, reports, presentations, minutes and other documents, as required.
Maintaining comprehensive electronic and paper filing systems.
Handling communications in the absence of the Group Risk Director and the team, referring matters to other members of the Executive or the team where appropriate.
Meetings administration and minute taking including collation and distribution of papers for Board meetings under the direction of the Group Company Secretary.

Skills & Experience:
Proven experience and demonstrable track record in a similar role for at least 2 years.
Effective liaison with people at all levels and developing well respected relationships.
Excellent organisation and prioritisation skills.
Flexible approach and willingness to get involved in a variety of tasks.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours, attractive salary and benefits package, Douglas based, parking on site.

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