About the Role
Dow Jones Risk & Compliance is a global provider of third-party risk management and regulatory compliance solutions. We deliver data, research tools and services to help our clients meet anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, anti-corruption and economic sanctions regulations and mitigate third-party risk.
You will lead and develop a team of multilingual experts who research, record and update details on entities owned by sanctioned subjects or state-owned entities from specific countries for the Sanctions Control & Ownership (SCO) content set within Dow Jones Risk & Compliance. You will report to the Director, Companies Ownership. You will be based in Singapore.
Train, support and develop your team to maximize their potential through motivation, coaching, counseling, and delegation
Organise and assign tasks to your team, allocating resources appropriately and identifying workflow efficiencies
Monitor and evaluate your team’s performance
Respond to clients’ questions about Sanctions Control & Ownership (SCO) content
Monitor and analyse information related to U.S., EU and UK sanctions programmes
Write due diligence reports on companies and/or individuals as required and contribute to other projects
Collaborate and engage with other departments and support the Director to drive key business initiatives and decisions
Contribute to data and workflow improvements, and tool efficiencies
Fluency in English and Chinese
Understanding of sanctions regulations
At least one year’s experience as a professional researcher or analyst
Proofreading skills and experience in handling large volumes of information
Experience managing a team or leading a project
Experience explaining data or processes and handling complex clients’ queries
Sound decision-making and problem-solving skills
Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership and coaching skills
An openness to different views and appreciation of team diversity
Fluency in additional languages (e.g. Chinese, Arabic, Korean)
Knowledge of and interest in current affairs, anti-money laundering regulations and the workings of the global Sanctions landscape
Automation skills, such as advanced knowledge of Excel, Macros/VBA programming, Python, HTML and/or SQL
Education to a degree level or relevant experience
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Business Area: PIB - DATA STRATEGY
Job Category: Data/Content Group
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Req ID: 35654