Head Of Risk And Compliance, Dublin, Indee Technologies Inc.

Published 2022-09-25
Expires 2022-10-25
ID #1184813843
Head Of Risk And Compliance, Dublin, Indee Technologies Inc.
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Head of risk and compliance

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A boutique Funds business which is a new entry into the Irish Market currently seeks a Head of Risk & Compliance to join their Senior Management team. You will work alongside a highly experienced team which is recently in place as the firm looks to cement its position in the Irish funds market. The role offers a huge amount of flexibility for the successful person working alongside a great team.

This role is therefore a great opportunity to take responsibility for shaping the risk and compliance framework from the beginning whilst undertaking the Central Bank of Ireland's Pre-Approval Controlled Functions for both Risk and Compliance. This is a rare opportunity to join a proven business at the start of a new journey locally.

The Role:
Act as point of contact for the CBI
Set up Risk Framework
Design and execute the Compliance Monitoring Plan
Ensure regular and effective communication with the CEO and the Board of Directors
Maintenance of all regulatory registers
Skills and qualifications:
10+ years of Risk/Compliance experience in the Funds/Investment Industry
Strong local regulatory knowledge
Degree + legal/compliance diploma or equivalent
Prior approval with CBI of benefit but not required
How to apply

For further information on this role please contact Jamie O'Riordan in confidence at Fortis Recruitment - Alternatively, send your CV to the link attached.

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