Senior Compliance Manager

Location: CBD & Inner Suburbs
Job Type: Permanent
Discipline: Accounting, Finance & Procurement
Contact: Sam Wood
Reference: 1326177
Posted: 25 days ago
About the Organisation:

Operating in Australia for over a decade, this organisation is seen as a major brand and competitor in their sector. Championing values of passion, execution excellence and integrity, their daily focus is to provide customers a premium service that offers them the ability to make key decisions on their future.

Company Benefits:
  • Fantastic company and team culture
  • Vibrant and social community who have annual celebrations, family fun days and regular events
  • Enjoy additional leave days - ‘ME’ leave and ‘Volunteer Day’ leave
  • Study support (up to 50% of tuition fees for relevant courses) and professional membership reimbursement
  • Employee discounts on Car, Home, Travel insurance
  • Income protection insurance provided to support you in the event of non-work-related illness or injury
  • Discounts with a broad range of providers, including gym memberships, accommodation, dental care and more.  
About the Appointment:

As the Senior Compliance Manager, you will be responsible for the management and execution of the organisations’s compliance management system for its digital lending business and related credit distribution activities. 
This role will give exposure to senior managers and provide genuine opportunities to effect change across all areas of the business.
  • Work closely with leadership team
  • Ensure the business meets its regulatory obligations related to its Australian Credit Licence. 
  • Management and end-to-end oversight of the credit compliance management system, including that licensing requirements relating to training, systems, resources, incident management and reporting, and complaints handling are met.
  • Compliance advice in relation to the business’s home loan marketing and distribution activities, including on topics such as responsible lending, best interests’ duty, VOI and DDO. 
  • Organising and preparing reporting for internal Credit Compliance Committees and assisting with Compliance reporting to the Board of Directors.
  • Ensuring that appropriate policies, processes and reporting mechanisms are in place across the business in relation to compliance matters. 
About You:
  • Tertiary level qualifications e.g. Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline
  • Minimum 6 years' relevant experience in a compliance role with a focus on credit matters (experience working for a lender or mortgage broker is preferred). 
  • Working knowledge of financial services laws, credit laws and the financial services and credit industries. 
  • Experience in producing Board and Committee reporting.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, with the ability to engage, build relationships and influence stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation.
For further information, please call Sam Wood on 0413 688 566. Candidate pack available.
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