Senior Market Surveillance Expert

description
  • Ownership of the company’s  market abuse surveillance program. Serves as a trusted specialist for global market abuse matters, including, ongoing monitoring, detection of potential breaches and training requirements. Operate as business authority and product owner.
  • Leads efforts to implement and enhance surveillance systems, design and implementation of new policies, procedures, and controls to ensure compliance with applicable market abuse laws and regulations across the globe. Monitors, reviews and calibrates tolerances for alert generators.
  • Leads internal investigations and reporting. Investigates exceptions raised and carry out investigations into issues, errors and unusual patterns of trading. Effectively raising relevant issues in line with the company's  procedures in a timely manner.
  • In addition to market abuse surveillance the role will encompass monitoring of the best execution and insider trading policies.
  • Continually improve the Compliance Program. Implements compliance measures that are aligned with overall strategic goals.
  • Utilises risk management techniques and business area expertise to develop, maintain and test relevant policies and procedures. Balances multiple assignments simultaneously from conception through to execution and implementation of recommendations. Coordinates, prioritises and actively handles tasks as needed to meet deadlines.
  • Fosters lines of communication between, and with, business contacts, the Legal Department, Compliance Department colleagues, and other control groups across Europe and US. Participates in activities and efforts as required with other Compliance teams and business partners in other regions.
  • Develops and maintains a broad knowledge and awareness of the investment industry and regulatory and/or policy changes with potential impact on compliance monitoring or reporting. Stays abreast of current market, enforcement action, regulatory and industry relevant news. Serves as a technical authority on market abuse compliance requirements.
  • Prepares board reports and other applicable management reporting on a monthly and quarterly basis.
  • Develops and delivers training and education to the business and compliance colleagues, including presentations at staff/team meetings.
  • Participates in and actively supports corporate initiatives.
  • Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.


requirements
  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience.
  • Knowledge of MiFID, MAR and FCA rules and regulations.
  • Prior knowledge of order management systems, surveillance tools.
  • Critical attitude, able to query a set of data pulling out relevant information to understand trade rationales.
  • Mathematically astute, able to expertly analyse large datasets.
  • Detailed, methodical approach to investigating unusual patterns
  • Understanding of capital markets with multi-asset knowledge – equities, fx, commodities , derivatives.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent relationship management skills (for both within a growing global Compliance function and external to Compliance).
  • Excellent organisational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently.
  • Proven ability to function in a deadline oriented, fast paced and constantly evolving environment. Effectively handles multiple priorities and initiatives.


Israel office
location
G&A
department
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