Global Affiliate Due Diligence (ADD) Analyst Apprenticeship
Risk & Compliance Level 3 Apprenticeship programme
If you’re looking for a career that will unlock new opportunities, join HSBC and experience the possibilities. Whether you want a career that could take you to the top or simply take you in an exciting new direction. HSBC offers opportunities, support and rewards that will take you further. As a 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 want everyone to be able to fulfil their potential, which is why we provide a range of flexible working arrangements and family friendly policies.
This is an exciting new opportunity within HSBC Compliance function, which combines Financial Crime and Regulatory Compliance, works in partnership with the business to manage risk and support business growth. Through continuous improvement, work with the Bank’s Regulators, use of technology, and collaboration with other partners outside of HSBC, Compliance has the longer term vision to set leading standards across the financial services industry, while continuing to meet the future needs of the Bank.
This entry level role will give you exposure to a wide variety of different teams within Compliance, designed to build your general understanding of the function. The Compliance function includes Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs) that have responsibility and accountability for the Compliance function in their region and/or global business. There are four different functions within Compliance, Financial Crime, Regulatory Conduct, a Chief Operating Office and Assurance, which are responsible for ensuring consistent global delivery, policy, frameworks, standards-setting, oversight and assurance.
This is an Apprenticeship opportunity that sits within the the Global ADD team, which undertakes a first line of defence role wthin Compliance; as part of the Financial Crime team. The ADD team is responsible for defining and maintaining standards for Affiliate Due Diligence and financial crime risk assessment. The team ensures adequate governance to identify and manage financial crime risks across the firm relating to business relationships between HSBC Affiliates globally. We work closely with our KYC operations team in Poland and dedicated Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) advisory team to ensure the smooth operation of the ADD end to end process. The successful candidates join on a fixed term contract 20-month Level 3 Apprenticeship programme, all fully funded by HSBC. You will be supported throughout your entire journey, with a mixture of classroom learning, independent study and on the job training designed to build your foundations for a successful career within the HSBC group.
We are currently seeking an individual to join the Global Affiliate Due Diligence (ADD) team as Analyst Apprentice
The Global ADD Analyst Apprentice responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
· Supporting strategic deliverables and initiatives (as assigned) in the Global ADD team including, but not limited to:
· Delivery of the ADD strategic plan
· Enhancement of the ADD policies and procedures
· Maintenance of ADD governance documentation
· Delivery of process improvement initiatives in collaboration with KYC ops and Group FCC; and other relevant stakeholders
· Development and maintenance of Affiliate risk MI and data
· Supporting the Global ADD team to improve and maintain day-to-day running of the team, in order to ensure effective decisioning and execution of tasks
· Assist Regional ADD leads and wider ADD team to provide advice and guidance on Affiliate financial crime risk matters
· Identify, escalate and report on material issues arising in accordance with the Affiliate financial crime risk framework
· Fostering a positive culture of compliance by working proactively with the business line/global function/HOST teams, 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
The base location for this role is London, but applicants from across the UK will be considered.
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At HSBC we look to enable our employees to better balance their work / life priorities and have the flexibility required to meet challenging needs as they progress through different life stages. Where possible we will consider the following flexible working options: part-time working, job sharing, term-time working, and working from home and staggered hours. If in considering a role with HSBC you have a need for some flexibility in your working arrangements please discuss this with the recruitment team in the early stages of the application process.
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This is an entry level role and the focus of the jobholder will be to learn all skills required to grow their career in Compliance. Full support will be provided, but to be successful in this role you should meet the following requirements:
· Enthusiasm and a positive ‘can do’ attitude
· Interest in Financial Crime Risk management within banks
· Capable of picking up, and applying, new ideas/concepts quickly
· Stakeholder engagement
· Team player and an effective networker with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships
· Passion to work with people and put customers at the heart of everything we do
· A strong moral compass, comfortable speaking up if they see something which does not appear or feel to be right
· Strong inter-personal and communication skills (both written and verbal), including the ability to translate complex terms or processes into simple, easily digestible formats
· Excellent organisation skills
· A motivated self-starter who has the ability to work effectively alone and under pressure
· Adaptability and flexibility; respond effectively to changing priorities
· Good PC skills and knowledge of Microsoft software
· 96 UCAS points at A-level or equivalent and a Minimum 5 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above (or equivalent) including English and Mathematics. As per the Government Apprenticeship guidelines, Apprentices need to have been a resident in the UK for the last 3 consecutive years before the start of the apprenticeship.