The Compliance function is a Second line of defence (LOD) function, responsible for reviewing and challenging the activities of the Group’s businesses (also referred to as “the First LOD”) to ensure that they effectively manage as “Risk Owners” the risks inherent in or arising from the conduct of their activities and for which they are responsible.
The Second LOD consists of 'Risk Stewards' who are independent of the commercial risk-taking activities undertaken by the First LOD. The Compliance function is a Risk Steward for a number of non-financial risks in accordance with HSBC Group’s risk framework.
The Group Regulatory Conduct (RC) Capability is a team within Compliance and is responsible for providing specialist SME knowledge; setting global policies, standards and risk appetite; designing frameworks, processes and tooling; and consolidating Group level risk oversight, challenge and reporting activitiess Risk Stewards,
The Analyst, Regulatory Conductresponsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Supporting strategic deliverables and initiatives (as assigned) in Group Regulatory Conduct including, but not limited to:
- Supporting the Regulatory Conduct team to improve and maintain day-to-day to running of the Group Capability, in order to ensure the efficient decisioning and execution of tasks
- Fostering a positive culture of compliance by working proactively with the business line/global function/HOST, and other compliance professionals to ensure that best practices are followed in accordance with the applicable laws, rules, regulations, and internal policy
- Following prescribed issue escalation protocols
- Supporting the team head to improve and maintain day-to-day to running of the team at the Global/Regional/Country Level, in order to ensure the efficient decision making and execution of tasks
- Assist Senior Managers/Managers to provide advice and guidance
- Identify, escalate and report on material issues arising in regulatory relationships as required, including within the RC and FC functions and to relevant management
As an HSBC employee in the UK, you will have access to tailored professional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefits package. This includes private healthcare for all UK-based employees, enhanced maternity and adoption pay and support when you return to work, and a contributory pension scheme with a generous employer contribution.
We are currently seeking an individual to join this team in the role of Regulatory Conduct Advisory Apprentice
In this role, you will:
The base location for this role is London/Remote
You’ll achieve more when you join HSBC.
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Learning, Development & Support
Designed to help you build on your talents, key strengths, support you with your development areas and gain new skills, the Apprenticeship programme comprises of on the job learning, classroom duties and online resources to achieve: