Anti-Bribery & Corruption Consultant





This position sits within the Ethics Office which is part of the Compliance department (CPAD). The Ethics Office is responsible for developing, overseeing and maintaining programs linked to Anti-Bribery Corruption, Internal Fraud Risk Management, Culture and Conduct and Social Policy. The group acts in an advisory capacity and as a subject matter expert providing credible challenge to in-scope first line of defense activities and performing second level controls. This role will involve supporting the strategic development and oversight/maintenance of the Anti-Bribery & Corruption (“ABC”) program which focuses on, but not limited to, third party risk review, hiring practices risk review, donations and sponsorships, and gifts and entertainment.

Job Responsibilities:

• Provide assistance with ABC workstream related tasks including advising and assessing proposed transactions or existing/prospective clients and reviewing and assessing escalations involving hires, existing employees, charitable donations, sponsorships and vendors that may pose bribery and corruption risks.
• Assist in reviewing third parties to identify Intermediaries and ABC risk factors
• Produce employee ABC procedure document aligned with the ABC Policy outlining departmental and employee responsibilities under the ABC program.
• Help ensure that the ABC policies and procedures are in line with current legal and regulatory requirements.
• Assist in the on-going development of the anti-bribery and corruption program for connected hires and third-party intermediaries.
• Maintain books and records of all anti-bribery and corruption escalations. Assist in the on-going development of ABC’s case management system.
• Assist in attending workshops and communicating with key stakeholders to identify existing third-party intermediaries.
• Assist in the development and delivery of ABC training to key stakeholders/business functions.
• Assist in performing ABC risk assessments and drafting related reports.
• Assist with regulatory and internal and external audits reviews.

Job Qualifications:

• 5-7 years experience in financial services in a Compliance or risk and controls function and understanding of key financial services issues
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills and organizational skills
• Expertise in Compliance program management including but not limited to experience developing and drafting policies, procedures, communications, and training content.
• Demonstrated stakeholder managements skills, including ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a wide range of key stakeholders across business lines and functions
• Ability to deliver high quality work product under strict deadlines

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