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Compliance Manager

Location: Isle of Man
Basis: full-time

The Role

The Compliance Manager is a leading and proactive role, responsible for the effective functioning of the Group Compliance Department and working with colleagues across the Group to support and promote compliant practices, behaviours and culture on a continuing basis.

The Compliance Manager will hold controlled function responsibilities and will be required to uphold the requirements and objectives of fitness and propriety as outlined by the Group Policy Framework.

Key Responsibilities

  • Proactive leadership of the Compliance Department in its work to support Group companies engage with, understand and maintain compliance with their respective legal and regulatory obligations and accountabilities on a continuing basis
  • Management and co-ordination of the day-to-day activities of the Compliance Department, in line with overarching policy objectives
  • Ownership, development, management and maintenance of effective, fit for purpose compliance frameworks, which guide and define organisational practices and behaviours, and which provide a clear context for business decision-making
  • Positively influence the compliant performance of functional and operational activities across the Hansard Group
  • Development and delivery of an adequate and effective compliance monitoring programme
    which is co-ordinated with third line assurance service provision in order to maximise business value
  • Working with business colleagues to positively influence good customer outcomes supported by
    compliance analysis of relevant processes, behaviours and procedures, proposing and supporting
    effective change, where needed
  • Championing the core values of the Group in respect of both performance and behaviour and
    contributing to continuous improvement
  • Maintaining oversight of regulatory submission obligations throughout the course of the financial
    year ensuring regulatory obligations, timings and deadlines are fully met
  • To support, and be committed to, the continued development and implementation of corporate
    strategies and policies, as they relate to the organisational agenda generally and
    specifically in relation to:
    − Risk management and internal control
    − Continuous compliance with obligations and quality assurance of performance
    − Corporate governance and probity
  • To provide training, education, consultancy and support services to Management
    and staff as necessary / required or agreed



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