HEDGE FUND COMPLIANCE
CONTROL ROOM/RESEARCH OR BUY SIDE BROAD EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
HK$ Market Rate + Bonus & Bens
Our Client, a leading Hedge Fund, is recruiting a bilingual compliance officer for a new role to focus on non-trading compliance matters. Duties will include;
- Conduct oversight, vetting, and chaperoning of third-party events requested by discretionary investment professionals offered by approved brokers
- Assess and appropriately address possible situations of receipt of material, non-public information
- Review and documentation, license applications, regulatory filings & notifications, reports, manuals, policies/procedures, correspondence, and records
- Assist with the development, implementation, and administration of the compliance framework including the firm's Code of Ethics and personal trading programs
- Track pertinent regulatory changes in Hong Kong and the region, assess the impact on business operations, and assist with the amendment of procedures and communication of changes
- Provide proactive and timely advice on relevant regulatory and firm policy requirements
You should have at least eight years of compliance experience including either control room or research compliance or else asset management/buy side broad experience in Hong Kong. You must also be fluent in English and Mandarin as you will visit the Shenzen office too.
So, if that sounds like you, then please send your details to our MD, David Symes FCA at email@example.com (including a contact number & email) however please note we cannot reply to all applications, so only successful applications will be contacted (although under no circumstances are your details ever passed on without your specific permission).
Compliance Recruitment Solutions Limited (CRS) are acting as an employment agency in relation to this role.
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