Head of Regulatory Compliance and Licensing, China (5+ yrs EXP) BJ/GZ/SH

5-7 years
14 days ago
Job Description

Job Description

Our client, a global payments company with a proven success track record. has a newly created opportunity for a seasoned legal and regulatory compliance professional to play a key role in a global legal and compliance team. Based in Shanghai, Beijing, or Guangzhou, you will oversee and advise the companys non-bank payment institution licenses related issues in China. Also, you will develop and implement a comprehensive compliance strategy covering Mainland China. Ideally, you have a law degree with at least 5 years experience in regulatory compliance with payment and foreign exchange control laws and regulations. You should also have solid knowledge of the Peoples Bank of China and the State Administration of Foreign Exchanges frameworks and licensing requirements. A good team player with excellent multi-tasking and communication skills is sought. Strong drafting skills plus fluent English and Chinese languages are mandatory. Welcome applicants from both in-house and private practice. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. REF: 17115/HI

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foreign exchange control laws
drafting skills

Established in 1986, Hughes-Castell (Hong Kong) Limited was the first legal recruitment consultancy in Asia, providing in-depth coverage of the Asia-Pacific region. Currently with 3 offices in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai, and our network of associated consultancies around the world, we offer our clients unrivalled in-depth knowledge and advice on individual markets. Hughes Castell Limited has pioneered legal and compliance recruitment not only in Greater China and ASEAN, but also developing markets and was the first specialist firm to recruit lawyers in places such as Vietnam, India, Korea and Thailand.

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