Manager, Tax Reporting, Anti Bribery and Corruption - HSBC Insurance
August 12, 2018
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HSBC Insurance provides a comprehensive range of life products and services to suit the every possible need of our personal, commercial, corporate, institutional and private banking customers. As a leader in new life insurance business and Hong Kong's largest administrator of retirement schemes, the business serves this diverse client portfolio from its management offices in Hong Kong and through a wide network of banking, consumer finance and insurance subsidiaries throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
We are currently seeking a high caliber professional to join our team as Manager, Tax Reporting, Anti Bribery and Corruption .
Work with stakeholders across Insurance, Lines of Business and Functions at global, regional and country levels to translate Group Financial Crime Compliance and Regulatory Compliance strategy into effective global execution and implementation plans, assessing cross Group and local impacts as appropriate.
Ensure effective governance structures are in place to enable oversight, control and monitoring of strategy execution and implementation plans.
Engage with stakeholders locally to identify themes and emerging issues for Financial Crime Compliance and Regulatory Compliance across Global Insurance.
Identify and execute on opportunities to drive improvements in Insurance capability to maintain oversight of Financial Crime Compliance and Regulatory Compliance services performed outside of Insurance but on behalf of the Insurance business.
Driving coordination of the Client Tax Reporting Regulatory Compliance work, while ensuring alignment with Global policies and procedures.
Report Insurance updates and escalate issues with significant materiality at various Global and Regional CTR forums.
Review and monitor CTR related issues across all entities within Group Insurance
Engage with stakeholders locally to identify themes and emerging issues related to Anti Bribery and Corruption across Global Insurance.
Provide constructive challenge to existing practices and proposed initiatives and generate new and innovative solutions to address complex issues facing Global Insurance.
Apply external market knowledge and benchmarks and internal benchmarks and insights to identify opportunities to improve performance and practices.
Serve as the primary interface between the Insurance business community and Group Chief Operating Officer on all Anti Bribery and Corruption and Tax reporting topics.
Leverage the Financial Crime Compliance and Regulatory Compliance Group infrastructure to support Insurance needs.
University Degree Holder in Accountancy, Finance, Business Administration, Technology or related field
Certifications and relevant experience in Financial Crime Risk Management, preferred but not essential.
Ability to communicate effectively and confidently across cultures and at all levels of the organisation
Significant Financial Crime and or Regulatory Compliance experience within Banking or Insurance settings
Proven ability to analyse situations and solve operational problems
Experience of working in a complex financial services organisation.
Demonstrable strong insurance business knowledge
Able to plan, track and control operational activities
Knowledge of the external environment, regulatory, political, competitors.
Drive and motivation to ensure delivery in a challenging environment
Strong leadership and motivational skills
Track record of positive interactions with Senior Executives across the business
Proven ability to articulate complex issues concisely in the language of the business
Relationship management, collaboration and influencing skills
You'll achieve more when you join HSBC.
Candidate with less relevant experience or skills may be offered a lower Global Career Band than stated above.
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