Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company Compliance Officer in Leixlip, Ireland
Central Bank Corporate Governance Code specifies: “The Board shall satisfy itself that all key Control Functions such as internal audit, compliance and risk management are independent of business units, and have adequate resources and authority to operate effectively.”
Central Bank Enforcement Strategy extract: “A key component of our new approach is a more vigorous application of Enforcement effort backed by sufficient resources to represent a credible threat of action. Where serious breaches of regulatory requirements occur, regulated entities and their management can expect that those serious matters will be investigated fully and vigorously followed through to conclusion.”
The Regulator has over the past few years indicated a change of approach on enforcement with a greater aptitude to sanctioning institutions.
Role of HPIB Compliance Officer:
Ensure HPIB is aware of all European Banking Authority, Central Bank of Ireland, Bank of International Settlements & European Commission Regulatory requirements (about 60/70 publications overall annually)
Responsible for the communication, documentation and implementation of requirements
Review each guideline to understand the requirements and works with the relevant Head of function to ensure HPIB understands the impact of the requirements and implements all requirements within specified timelines.
Test the relevant new requirements once implemented.
Manage relationship with auditors on a regular and informed basis.
Manage relationship with the Regulator on a regular and informed and proactive basis.
Ensure HPIB meets Restricted Party List compliance requirements, verification by regular testing
Compliance Officer will need to test compliance of Anti-Money Laundering on a quarterly basis.
Compliance Officer will also need to test and verify in accordance with a Compliance Plan approved by the Board of HPIB.
With the Head of Compliance, present Compliance update – status of implementation of regulatory requirements & results of Compliance testing quarterly to the HPIB Audit & Compliance Committee.
Responsible for the corporate governance requirements for HPIB including, without limitation, preparation of resolutions, any Central Bank applications and ensuring all regulatory reports filed on time.
Responsible for tracking Legal/Tax/Treasury filings/deadlines in Ireland on the EMEA compliance calendar and responsible for the development/maintenance of same.
With the Head of Compliance, chairing the HPIB Compliance Committee and reporting to the Audit and Compliance Committee on a regular basis.
Work with lawyers on a daily basis to review and process corporate governance/regulatory documents for HPIB.
Maintain corporate governance files for HPIB in a safe and secure fashion.
Assist with corporate governance matters generally.
Supporting various corporate compliance programs, including, anti-money laundering, trade, privacy, Standards of Business Conduct etc.
Perform testing on a quarterly basis of HPIB Cross Border compliance and ensure staff regularly trained on Cross Border requirements
Inform, educate and train personnel on relevant new requirements, standards and policies.
Maintain HPIB Policies list , ensuring policies are reviewed regularly
Report results of Compliance testing to senior management on a quarterly basis.
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