Surveillance Manager (Bahasa Indonesia)
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Global Risk is a thriving and expert risk management function supporting HSBC globally with all aspects of risk management. The team actively manages a varied and dynamic range of risk types, including security, fraud, information security, operational, credit, pension, insurance, compliance, regulatory, market, reputation and geopolitical risks. All parts of the Global Risk team use their skills, insight and integrity to handle established threats and those they see emerging, acting to protect and enable HSBC to deliver sustainable growth.
We are currently seeking an experienced individual to join this team in the role of Surveillance Manager
. The role will be responsible for conducting surveillance over Commercial Banking employees to identify incidences of market abuse or misconduct. This role requires detailed knowledge across the relevant business lines & activities and surveillance methods (including bespoke surveillance systems). This role will bring financial efficiencies through significantly reducing HSBC's exposure to regulatory censure and financial penalties. Principal responsibilities:
- Deal with the alerts once they have already been passed through a first (level one) filter by the offshore teamand alerts identified through manual surveillance onshore.
- Identify and investigate into potential regulatory & internal misconduct risks amongst the employees and associated functions.
- Ensure that all alerts are satisfactorily escalated and resolved.
- Provide support and guidance for our expanding off-shoring function.
- Undertake timely and accurate resolution of requests by Regulators, senior management and the businesses/asset classes into certain practices, businesses, individuals and events. Escalate, as appropriate, any material findings or incidents of misconduct highlighted by these reviews.
- Support the development of relevant surveillance controls to identify misconduct and market abuse, including in the testing of next generation electronic communications systems.
- Assist team members with the implementation and roll-out of new surveillance tools and models.
- Partner with regulatory change and other regulatory SMEs to understand new and revised regulatory requirements, codes of practice and others, ensuring surveillance is correctly positioned to satisfy regulatory requirements and changes and that any impact is disseminated to the appropriate Businesses
- On occasion, delegate for Surveillance management at internal control and governance forums.
- Support management in the resolution of audit and control findings.
- Produce and present regular MI reports to key internal stakeholders including analysis of the MI.
- Foster a close relationship with key front office and other functional stakeholders.
- An understanding of businesses (wholesale banking and/or markets) and understanding of information control barrier risks.
- Market Abuse/manipulation surveillance experience, or an ability to rapidly upskill is essential.
- The ability to analyse and present complex information in a clear, concise and precise written and verbal format is essential.
- A working understanding of the market abuse aspects of BNM rules and regulations as well as other relevant global regulation (MAR, MiFID)
- An ability to think strategically, with perspective, and demonstrate resilience.
- An ability to act in a pressurized, but supportive environment.
- An ability to self-motivate and 'do the right thing'.
- Strong, practical experience of risk management in a multi-dimensional environment (for example, industry expectations, regulatory pressures, extensive internal scrutiny).
- A team player that can contribute to team development, effectiveness and success by sharing knowledge and good practice, working collaboratively with others to create a productive, diverse and supportive working environment.
- Must be proficient in Bahasa Indonesia, and some dialects both written and spoken.