- Permanent, Full time
- Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
- 15 Dec 17
- Location: Singapore
- Salary: Negotiable
- Job Type: Full time
Please view Job Description for details.Job Description
Reporting to the Head, Client Approval & Review (CAR) Private Banking, you will have responsibility for all aspects of Client Committee organisation.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Key Roles & Responsibilities
* guiding and helping RMs with the LCC submission packs;
* organising LCC meetings, receiving all materials from any presenting parties; reviewing for quality submissions; organizing and circulate materials that are of adequate quality, along with the agenda, to the Members
* documenting high standard committee minutes - to attend, write and distribute meeting minutes; record all decisions, providing sufficient detail of the rationale of the LCC's decision, including evidence of discussion on such matters; timely distribution of LCC minutes to concerned Relationship manager's (RM's) and to incorporate relevant extracts of LCC meeting minutes in client files;
* ensure the LCC trackers are kept up-to-date and following up of action items to closure in a timely and effective manner;
* documenting and maintaining LCC approvals; reporting of outstanding actions from LCC tracker to country BOR
* preparation, review and quality assurance of the local submission for the quarterly regional Global Client Committee (GCC), including documentation for closure of action items;
* reviewing GCC minutes, follow up on action items for closure;
* ensuring that relevant high risk items/AOB from LCC are escalated to the GCC, after consulting LCC members;
* distribution of GCC minutes to the relevant RMs and archival of the same against respective Client files;
* regional archival of GCC minutes.
* play a role in continuous improvement of processes around LCC/GCC;
* maintain an ongoing awareness and consideration of AML "Red Flags' of suspicious activity in order to determine when it is appropriate to raise a suspicious activity report with the Money Laundering Reporting Officer;
* Execution and supervisory responsibility for identifying, assessing, monitoring, controlling and mitigating financial crime risk, sanctions risk and reputational risks to the Group.
* Will be the country process owner for KYC/CDD Account opening and Periodic review.
Qualifications and Skills
Qualifications and Skills
* Excellent oral and written communication skills - in English
* Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook
* Ability to listen, synthesize and document proceedings
* Able to engage with and support staff at senior levels within an organisation
* Can work independently to strict timeframes
* Knowledge of risk governance frameworks & processes
* Confident and discreet
* Ability to prioritise work and deal with issues that at times may become stressful
* Private Banking preferably with CDD/AML knowledge
* Graduate preferred
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