Business Manager Compliance, Australia
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As an HSBC employee in Australia, you will have access to tailored professional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefits package. This includes market leading subsidised private health cover, enhanced parental pay/benefits and support when you return to work, wellness days and wellbeing programs as well as a highly flexible workplace culture.
Compliance is a global function that brings together all aspects of regulatory and financial crime risk management. Acting as risk stewards, and incorporating a range of specialist teams, we work together with the business and leverage advanced technology to help HSBC navigate a complex regulatory landscape and embed a sustainable approach to compliance risk management that supports safe growth and serves customers fairly. Compliance aspires to continuously raise the bar and set leading standards across the industry to help HSBC safeguard its customers and the communities within which it operates.
The Compliance Business Manager role is part of the Compliance COO Function, which is responsible for provision of shared services to the Compliance function to enable effective operations, including Financials, Resourcing, Risk Governance, Oversight, Reporting and Business Risk Control Management. Business managers act as a bridge with Digital Business Services, Finance, HR, and local Compliance sub-function heads on business support related matters. Compliance encompasses Regulatory Conduct, Financial Crime, Compliance Advisory, Compliance COO and Compliance Assurance.
Reporting to the Head of Risk Strategy, Oversight and Governance, you will manage the business requirements of the Australian Compliance team, freeing up the compliance leaders and specialists to focus on their day to day in supporting the business. This will involve a diverse variety of responsibilities, requiring coordination of information and constructive collaboration to maintain the smooth and efficient running of the function.
Taking on this role, you will be someone who loves building stakeholder relationships, applying your business mind and organisational skills, to coordinate the team and stay on top of the detail. In doing so you will regularly interact with senior stakeholders across the Compliance function both in Australia and Asia Pacific, while having the opportunity to represent Compliance at governance meetings and other bank-wide forums. Your main responsibilities will include:
Qualifications To be successful in this role, you will need:
- Supporting the business management of the Compliance team through consistent coordination of information and resources across the functional areas, enabled by strong stakeholder relationships.
- Oversight of Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) within the function locally
- Manage resourcing and financial planning for the Compliance function
- Supporting the implementation and embedding of the Non-Financial Risk (NFR) Optimisation programme and framework within Compliance
- Assist in delivering strategic initiatives for the Compliance function
- Collaborating with Global Functions and Lines of Businesses on relevant matters (e.g. recharges, initiatives, sharing of best practices) to drive timely and effective service delivery
- Supporting the Compliance team in the risks and issues management process and continuous monitoring activities through effective reporting and oversight capability.
- Coordinating Business Continuity Planning, Information Security activities and compiling data for reporting purposes within the function.
- A sharp business mind, capable of interpreting, coordinating, communicating and responding to complex varied requirements and data. You may be currently working in a similar role and be ready for a step up or be in a role involving the coordination of varied business requirements for a diverse stakeholder group.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, with exceptional attention to detail, in order to liaise effectively with a variety of stakeholders and coordinate and prepare data for reports and other forums.
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build and manage strong stakeholder relationships across a broad and varied team.
- A proactive, self-starter, with the ability to think laterally, analyse and effectively problem solve.
- Exceptional organisational skills with demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks, prioritising a busy workload to produce position outcomes.
- Experience supporting continuous improvement initiatives and change management activities would be an advantage, but not essential.
- Due to current international travel restrictions and border closures, we can only consider candidates who hold either Australian Permanent Residency or Citizenship.