About Standard Chartered
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To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It's about showing how you embody our valued behaviours -
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This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base. Job Purpose : 1.Performing CST / KCSA Checks as RP (Responsible Person)2.
Review of CST / KCSA performed by other RPs3. Coordination during GIA Review & Audits4. Liaising with teams for closure of CST / KCSA exceptions5.
Administering EORP Issue / Action Management Modules where applicable 6.Functioning as RP in EORP Key Responsibilities : -
1.To report Unit’s OR issues identified during CST performance to RCLM 2.To assist RCLM in developing and updating of procedures, controls and monitoring plans for Operational Risk Management3.
To adhere to the agreed CST / KCSA plans and approach.4.To identify and report all exceptions on non-compliance with standard controls.
5.To identify and report all weakness inherent in the standard controls6.To maintain proper record keeping on all CST / KCSA related activities7.
To maintain independence in the conduct of CST / KCSA, i.e. not selecting and reviewing sample of self-performed transactions.
8.Comply with group money laundering prevention policy and procedures to the extent applicable and reporting all suspicious transactions.
9.To promote the culture and practice of compliance within the letter and spirit of regulatory requirements and ethical standards in the conduct of business10.
To have good judgment and an inquisitive approach to practices and procedures on AML. To have personal authority and integrity, independence and resilience while handling such transactions11.
Wherever Business Unit is not performing the KCI, to perform the KCI check.12. No overdue CST / KCSA13. Non-compliance and control weakness inherent in the selected samples and detected and duly reported14.
No unsatisfactory compliance reviews and audits on the conduct of CST / KCSA and record keeping Key Measures : - 1. Zero Overdue CST / KCSA checks2.
Satisfactory results on audits undertaken by Group Internal Audit, FSA, regulators and external auditors (relating to activities done)3.
Monitoring and adherence to timelines on Risk & Control or Group initiatives