Gerente Sanctions Advisor

Gerente Sanctions Advisor

Hsbc Group

Gerente Sanctions Advisor

Detalles de la oferta


HSBC is committed to building a culture where all employees are valued, respected and where their opinions count. We want to build a culture where our employees are comfortable in bringing their whole self to work, regardless of gender, age, sexuality, ethnicity, disability, religious belief, background, and any other aspect of personal difference.HSBC employees are committed to act with courageous integrity and standing firm for what is right. We are reliable, open to different ideas and cultures and connected with customers, community, regulators and with each other.Within HSBC certain roles are designated as Enhanced Vetting Roles. For these roles, all internal and external applicants are required (subject to local laws), to pass satisfactorily a series of additional checks both as part of the application process and, if successfully recruited into the role, on an ongoing basis if they remain in such a role This role has been designated as an Enhanced Vetting Role, if you require more information on the additional checks see HR FIM>Appendices>Appendix Two - Combined Vetting Checks to be Undertaken”Manager - Sanctions AdvisorReporting to the Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Country Sanctions Officer, the FCC Sanctions Manager (Sanctions Advisor) is responsible for ensuring that the FCC Sanctions standards are in accordance with the Group Standards Manual and that the Sanctions policy aspects of the Financial Crime Risk FIM are effective and relevant to Mexico.Principal AccountabilitiesAct as a primary contact point for internal and external stakeholders in relation to Sanctions risk within Mexico.
Provide support and advice to the lines of business and functions across Mexico on sanctions related matters associated with prospective business, products and services, and implementation of controls and strategies to mitigate identified risks, as appropriate.
Provide sanctions related guidance on in-progress payments, financing agreements, contracts, and customer trigger events escalated to the FCC Sanctions country team.
Review sanctions related trigger events where payments/transactions have been returned/rejected/blocked by and HSBC affiliate or where HBMX rejects/returns a payment involving and HSBC affiliate.Assist with implementing, as required, Group sanctions policies and systems within the country that ensure that business exposure to financial crime and reputational risks is managed, in a practical and effective manner, including efficient and reasonable deployment of resources and an understanding of the business operations and needs.
Keeping abreast of key regulatory and Global Sanctions Policy changes to ensure proactive communication with the business and support of the implementation of appropriate policies and framework to manage the changes.
As required, assist with implementing, local sanctions policies and procedures which align to the minimum standards as set forth in the HSBC Global Sanctions Policy and Procedures, and comply with the legislative and regulatory requirements in Mexico.
Responsible for the escalation of potential breaches of the Global Sanctions Policy on behalf of the lines of business and functions across the Mexico, including review of the reports and timely escalation to the Country Sanctions Officer and Regional Head of Sanctions.
Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflects the HSBC brand.


Knowledge & Experience / QualificationsBachelor degree or equivalent.
Seasoned professional with 4-5 years proven and progressive financial services, compliance or legal experience or equivalent, ideally to include Sanctions experience.
Ability to review and understand complex cases, regulations, policies and procedures.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills is required.
Knowledge of the HSBC Group structure, its business and personnel, and a deep understanding of HSBC’s corporate culture an asset.
Financial Crimes Compliance, Legal and Sanctions previous experience required.
Knowledge and previous experience on risk assessment activities e.g. Internal/External Audit or Risk Management will be considered as a plus, but it is not mandatory.
Advanced English language skills a plus, but not required.

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