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Senior Compliance Analyst

Analyst Ebène, Mauritius Full-time
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Job Description

Purpose of the Job

Assist the Regional Head of Compliance and Compliance Manager in the active management of compliance monitoring programme for various Ocorian offices. 

Main Responsibilities

·        Carrying out tests on the business’ level of compliance with Group Standards, local operational procedures and the effectiveness of these as part of the Compliance Monitoring Programme and report findings to the Compliance Manager and the Head of Compliance in various Ocorian offices

·        Assisting the Compliance Manager in the deployment of the Compliance Monitoring Programme for various Ocorian offices

·        Collating information and assisting with the preparation of reports to provide key information to the Compliance Manager on both a regular and ad-hoc basis

·        Undertaking and/or assisting with ad hoc compliance related projects

·        Carrying out any compliance related function/activity as required by the Regional Head of Compliance, Compliance Manager from time to time

Your Key Roles and Responsibilities

All staff are expected to embody our core values that underpin everything that we do and that reflect the skills and behaviours we all need to be successful.  These are:


·       We are AMBITIOUS - We think and act globally, seizing every opportunity to support our clients and staff - wherever in the world they may be.

·       We are AGILE - Our independence from any financial institution gives us the flexibility and freedom to keep things simple, efficient and effective.

·       We are COLLABORATIVE - We take the time to understand our clients' needs so that we can deliver personalised solutions every time.

Qualifications Required

The post holder will hold at least a first degree in Law, Law and Management, Finance with Law (or equivalent) or a relevant professional compliance related qualification.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

·        3 or more years of compliance experience

·        Sound technical knowledge with a comprehensive understanding of local legislation, regulation and codes of practice relating to the trust and funds industry.

·        Good interpersonal skills are required to develop and maintain close working relationships with colleagues and third parties.

·        Computer literacy is essential.

·        Enthusiasm and flexibility.

·        Able to deal comfortably with staff at all levels.

·        Methodical and accurate approach with an eye for detail.

·        Working as part of a team.

·        Self-motivated and proactive.

·        The ability to manage time effectively and to prioritise and organise workflow.

·        Analytical and investigative skills.