Senior Compliance Manager - General Compliance

5-7 years
14 days ago
Job Description

  • Assist Team Head to manage a team to provide compliance advice and support for the Bank's general compliance and related matters, in particular to the Bank's middle and back office operations
  • Maintain, review and update internal policies and procedures, compliance manuals, etc. in accordance with the local laws and regulations, market practices and the Bank's circumstances
  • Monitor communication correspondence with regulatory bodies, analyze potential regulatory trends to keep abreast of development, and prepare reports for management
  • Lead, disseminate and implement Head Office compliance-related requests and/or reporting requirements.
  • Conduct compliance training for staff in accordance with local regulations, the Bank's internal requirements and training objectives
  • Work closely with relevant stakeholders on general compliance matters, regulatory reviews and examinations, compliance-related projects, initiatives and system launch
  • Ad-hoc tasks as assigned by management from time to time
  • Degree holder or above in Laws, Banking, Finance, Accounting, Risk Management or related disciplines
  • At least 5 years experience in regulatory compliance, preferably in banking, financial sectors or regulatory bodies
  • Sound knowledge in banking operations and market practices, laws and regulatory requirements pertinent to bank
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member, timely and appropriately identify and escalate issues
  • Good drafting, analytical, interpersonal and communication skills with flexibility and adaptability to changes
  • Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese (including Mandarin), and proficiency in using Microsoft office
  • ESG related qualification and experience is an advantage


The Bank of China is a Chinese majority state-owned commercial bank headquartered in Beijing and the fourth largest bank in the world. The Bank of China was founded in 1912 by the Republican government as China's central bank, replacing the Qing Dynasty's Ta-Ching Government Bank.

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