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 commited to act with corageous 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 Undertake. Under the Company's internal 'Back to Front'/’Front to Back’ transfer policy this role may be classed as High Risk. As a result, internal candidates may require enhanced approvals and vetting checks if they are currently employed in a Front Office department, or if they have worked in a Front Office department within the last 5 years (please refer to the HR FIM definition for further guidance). The enhanced approvals and vetting would need to be completed before the candidate will be confirmed in the role.Senior Manager Sanctions and InvestigationsRole Purpose:Support the accountability for Trade, Economic and Financial Sanctions (including sanctions programs administered by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control, United Nations, European Union and HM Treasury’s Financial Sanctions, (collectively referred to herein as “Sanctions”), and global risk management framework to meet legislative and regulatory requirements in the Mexico.Key activities and decision making areas:Help the implementation of communications strategy, for standards, systems and policies in relation to Sanctions Mexico-wide.
Assess and communicate all requirements relating to legal guidance and sanctions evasion trends in relation to risks presented through HSBC’s business activities across the Mexico.
Support the strategic coordination and implementation of an effective Sanctions controls framework within the Mexico.
Monitor the assurance approaches are applied consistency across International teams within each Business Unit within Mexico.
Monitor the accomplishment of the development and deliver training on Sanction risks for all business products, services and geographies across Mexico.
Tracks advances in screening technology, working with software delivery to maximize the effectiveness of HSBCs screening utilities.
Support the implementation and drive global standards within the Mexico / countries and strategic policies which ensure FCC Sanctions exposure to current risks and emerging arising risk is managed appropriately, in a commercially focused and practical manner
Support the implementation, as required, Group sanctions policies and systems within Mexico 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.
Support liaisons with relevant stakeholder within Global Business and Functional teams within the Mexico to provide expertise and support on all Financial Crime Sanctions related matters
Use expertise and experience to advice of the direction of any functional/geographic reports or the FCC Sanctions function, as appropriate.
Support the Head of Sanctions in the provision of reports on a Mexico Sanctions issues.
Be creative/innovative in advice of implementing policies.
Provide Country Head of Sanctions solutions to complex global issues/initiatives in an ever changing, high-risk environment.
Skills / QualificationsSeasoned professional with experience in one or more senior risk compliance roles, ideally to include Sanctions experience.
Extensive knowledge of Sanctions regulations and guidance.
Extensive knowledge of the HSBC Group structure, its business and personnel, and a deep understanding of HSBC’s corporate culture.
Lateral thinker with an ability to interpret and solve complex issues.
Well-developed leadership skills.
Experience developing an assurance model and developing/leading a review team.
Experience in leading assurance work in a complementary discipline e.g. Audit would be an advantage.
Experience of dealing with regulatory matters and confident interaction with Regulators.
Ability to develop practical, cost effective solutions to complex global issues.
Advanced English language skills required.
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