Regulatory Compliance Risk Strategy (RCRS) is a function, created to help oversee RC Risk through the design, implementation, embedding and management of the RC risk framework requirements as part of HSBCs new Operational Risk Framework (ORF).
The role is a forward looking role to support the design and build RCRS function within Global RCRS, accountable to the Global RCRS Risk Analysis Manager, working closely with key stakeholders including the RC senior leadership team, Group RS, Global Operational Risk (Op Risk), Monitoring & Testing (MAT), the Global Business Lines (GBLs) and across all six Regions.
Identifying themes and actionable insights using data from across the three lines of defense and risk management tools including Risk Appetite Statement, Risk Map, Top and Emerging Risks, Stress Testing, Risk Steward Reporting, Risk Dashboards, Timely and accurate data collation of regulatory compliance risk reports.
Identification and analysis of trigger event review for regulatory compliance. Undertaking thematic analysis focussed on identying proactive risk management and stewardship actions to support the overight, review and challenge of the risk profile. Summarising these reviews succinctly through review papers.
Key activities and decision making areas:
Impact on the Business/Function
Management of Risk
Observation of Internal Controls
Customers / Stakeholders Management
Leadership & Teamwork
Operational Effectiveness & Control
In particular it will support the implementation of a Target Operating Model (TOM) for identifying and managing new RC risks (internal and external), gathering and analysing RC risk data from across the Three Lines of Defence (TLoD) as well as updating the Risk Assessment ratings and Risk Profile reporting thereby ensuring that RC risk is being managed within Risk Appetite.
The role will involve working with senior stakeholders around the Globe and the successful applicant will need to have excellent data analysis, reporting and communication skills. We welcome applications from those who are familiar with enterprise risk management framework and operational risk management framework but who may not have a regulatory compliance background. Some travel may be required.
Required Candidate profile
- Enterprise Risk Management Framework and Operational Risk Management Framework.
- The global regulatory environment and key compliance risk trends as well as practitioner-level knowledge of regulatory obligations in multiple jurisdictions.
- Successful implementation of change across multiple teams and locations.
- Analytical skills and ability to identify emerging themes.
Report Writing Skills.
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HSBC electronic data processing india pvt ltd
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Global Service Delivery (GSD)
Global Service Delivery (GSD) is an integral part of HSBC Technology and Services and delivers world-class services for HSBC's customers across the world. We have a diverse talent pool that anticipates and understands the needs of HSBC's customers globally and operates through a network of 19 Group Service Centres across Europe, the Asia Pacific & the Middle East. The Group Service Centres play a key role to deliver a consistent customer experience and drive customer advocacy for HSBC by creating a seamless service delivery proposition. We believe that our people are our biggest asset. We are committed to fostering an environment of continuous learning and professional development to help our people lead & grow. Our people work with some of the best minds & best-in-class processes in the industry, globally.
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