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Societe Generale is one of the leading European financial services groups. Founded in 1864, we have been playing a vital role in the economy for over 150 years. With more than 133,000 employees based in 61 countries worldwide, we accompany 32 million clients throughout the world on a daily basis. Based on a diversified universal banking model, the Group combines financial strength with a strategy of sustainable growth.
Our expertise in the Asia Pacific region ranges from Corporate & Investment Banking (Advisory, Financing and Global Markets) to Asset Management, Securities Services, Trade Finance and Cash Management Services. Leveraging on our formidable global footprint, we serve corporates, financial institutions and the public sector. With our regional headquarters in Hong Kong, we operate in 11 countries across Asia Pacific, employing over 6,600 employees. You can find us in Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, Singapore, Mumbai, Sydney and other locations in the region.
The APAC Regional Sanctions Compliance Officer has responsibility for the APAC region to advise and assist the APAC Regional Head of Sanctions Compliance (CPLE/ASI/FCU) in all matters related to Sanctions to maintain the SG Group Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Policy standards and to ensure SG Group remains regulatory compliant in all FCC related matters.
The post holder shall be responsible for taking the lead on certain run the bank (“RTB”) and change the bank (“CTB”) functions related to sanctions advisory, investigations and controls implementation framework
The person will also be one of the subject matter experts within the APAC FCU’s Sanctions Team providing expert advice to the business lines and support functions.
More generally, the post holder is expected to proactively implement policies and procedures, keep senior management informed of FCC related matters and risks in a timely manner, contribute to the training and awareness program, conduct on-going review of the adequacy and effectiveness of the financial crime control framework, and undertake ad hoc projects to enhance on an ongoing basis the Sanctions Compliance program.