Functional Area: LG - Legal, Regulatory & Gov't Affairs
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AIG Europe S.A. (U.K. Service Branch) & American International Group UK Ltd
The Compliance Officer FCG in EMEA will assist the Regional Compliance Officer, Global Financial Crimes Group in EMEA, with the ongoing activities related to the development, implementation and maintenance of AIG's global sanctions, anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption programs (collectively "Financial Crime Risks").
This person will report directly to the EMEA Regional Compliance Officer, Global Financial Crimes Group, who manages Financial Crime Risks for EMEA and reports directly into AIG's Global Compliance Group in New York.
Provide advice to the business in the region on Financial Crime Risk-related matters. Particular focus on interpreting and applying economic sanctions (including OFAC and UK) and anti-corruption laws and regulations (including the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act 2010) and in providing subject matter expertise to the Business and to Local and Regional Compliance Officers.
Review, analyze, and respond to issues and questions raised by employees or third parties, liaising with other key internal stakeholders as necessary.
Assist in the development and maintenance of AIG's Financial Crime Risk programs and assist corporate functions and business units in EMEA to address such risks, including the development of policies and procedures;
Serve as a resource for the EMEA region to provide guidance to business units and corporate functions, and serve as an escalation point regarding the Financial Crime Risks. Provide best-practice advice to the regional compliance function and regional business units to ensure they have appropriate procedures and processes in place to support AIG's Compliance Risks programs.
Maintain current knowledge of laws and regulations regarding the Financial Crime Risks.
Assist with the development and delivery of Financial Crime Risks training programs to company employees.
Participate in the development and implementation of on-going monitoring of Financial Crime Risk programs to evaluate compliance with regulatory requirements and internal policies and procedures.
Complete ad hoc Compliance projects across Financial Crime Risks.
Required Experience and Qualifications
The ideal person for this role should have knowledge of, and experience with, international trade sanctions (OFAC/UK/EMEA), bribery and anti-corruption laws and regulations, and anti-money laundering (AML), as well as a familiarity with/an interest in best-practice compliance procedures and processes.
Candidates will be expected to possess the following professional and personal attributes:
A strong education including an undergraduate degree; graduate degrees in relevant areas of study (such as law or business) preferred. Minimum of 5-7 years of relevant experience.
An interest in and ideally some experience with global legal and regulatory compliance frameworks.
Existing subject matter expertise in financial crime issues (sanctions, anti-corruption/ant-bribery, anti-money laundering), or demonstrated ability to develop such capacity.
Demonstrated ability to influence and work effectively within a large global organization, overseen by a US head office and with employees at all levels.
Self-starter with the ability to meet or exceed deadlines, prioritise, multi-task, and maintain flexibility in fast-paced, changing environment.
Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive and proactive manner.
Strong problem-solving and project management skills.
Excellent organisational, written, verbal and presentation skills
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