Global Investment Banking group is looking for an experienced front office surveillance specialist with strong ideally cross asset derivative products knowledge in either FX, Interest Rates, Credit, Commodities, Equities or Algo Trading.
The team, are responsible for the development and maintenance of the banks global trading control infrastructure relating to local regulatory rules with a focus on Front Office activity and spread across all the major financial cities around the world across their Global Markets business.
The role reports to the Head of GM Central Surveillance Global Markets Business Controls Office. They will undertake the day-to-day development and/or enhancement of Trade Surveillance focused in one of the any of the asset classes. They will have a deep knowledge of trading, together with an understanding of Market Misconduct behaviours and other Trading and Sales applicable regulations related to this asset class.
This position will require deep product/trading knowledge to provide expertise to key aspects of the bank's 1st line surveillance setup scenario design, implementation, parameter setting, regular reviews, venue coverage, data quality, alert dispositioning and support with investigations.
Based in Singapore will work closely with local trading heads including IT, Compliance, Risk, Operations, Legal, Audit and HR. The goal will be to ensure that there are no gaps in surveillance or venue coverage and that trade data quality is good and complete, identify instances where surveillance can be improved to reduce noise from false-positive alerts ensuring that the line of business is in compliance with applicable rules, regulations and implementing industry best practices.
The candidate must know the industry and environment well and happy to interface with Regulatory agencies such as the OCC, FINRA, SEC, FCA, etc. and ensuring regulatory concerns are addressed.
Work with global and internal stakeholders to identify control gaps, design, implement and track through SIAIs remedial actions to close and continue to improve conduct and culture within the business and wider organization;