Significant Financial Crime team-build in Scotland – a range of flexible, challenging opportunities suited to candidates based in the central belt.
Our client, a large UK Retail Bank, are significantly expanding their Financial Crime Assurance/Compliance team, following a restructure to help them become an industry leading model for FC management.
They are keen to make Scotland a key centre for their capability and are looking to build out the team in Glasgow/Central Belt. The majority of the roles are relatively senior (Manager titles could be suited to Senior Managers or experienced Managers). You will need to be a Financial Crime subject matter expert, using expertise to help shape
the execution of the Financial Crime Compliance agenda and effectively influence the senior management team. This will include providing advice, delivering innovative solutions and
creative thinking to exceed regulatory expectations and best practice guidance – a great opportunity to join and shape a best in class team!
Key roles are:
Financial Crime Compliance – Risk Assessment Manager (focus on development of tools and methodology)
Financial Crime Compliance – Issues Manager (looking for FC change experience but broad FC risk experience would also work)
Financial Crime Compliance – Governance and Risk Manager (looking for broad FC experience risk, governance, reporting, change management, insight & analytics)
Importantly, for those not based in Glasgow, they have fully embraced flexible working, allowing team members the flexibility to set a pattern that suits them. The teams focus is on output rather than when or where team members are working.
Our client is looking for candidates with strong, end-to-end knowledge of Financial Crime processes and risks, ideally gained in Risk, Assurance, Compliance, Audit or Controls roles. In addition, some experience of framework/methodolopgy/tool development, as well as change management would be particularly helpful for a couple of the roles, AND BROADLY:
SME in Governance and Risk management, ideally with Experience of working in Financial Crime across different aspects of financial services.
Experienced practitioner of delivering results in an organisational with a complex structure.
Good understanding of the financial services industry, the political and economic environment and company strategy and initiatives.
Good knowledge and understanding of regulatory framework of UK financial services, industry trends and best practice.
If you have this experience and are interested in finding out more, please get in touch.