Full Time Contractor
Health & Safety
What's the role?
Reporting to the Manager Global Trading Surveillance, the Compliance Manager Trading Surveillance Crude and Products Americas manages the monitoring of transactions and communications for T&S Compliance.
The T&S Trading Surveillance team has global responsibility for the Monitoring & Surveillance (M&S) of T&S's trading practices and business communications. Compliance Manager Trading Surveillance Crude and Products Americas:
Oversee the processes and performance of Compliance Framework controls with regards to transactions and communications on a day to day basis
Act as co-ordinator of the Monitoring and Surveillance programme for Compliance risks within the Crude and Products Americas business.
Manage a team located in the Americas, performing analysis of Compliance risks such as Market Abuse and Financial Crime, proactively and retrospectively.
Develop key elements of the Trading Surveillance control framework;
Assess the appropriateness of M&S tools and data availability, on an ongoing basis;
Liaise with the Compliance Regulation, Financial Crime, Advisory and Trade controls teams to evaluate and analyse market events and regulatory interventions, design and implement mitigating actions to address any possible gaps in policies or tools, and to focus M&S investigative analysis;
Develop the skills and competencies of the Trading Surveillance team.
What we need from you
Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
Minimum 5 years in area of specialization including significant exposure to either compliance, trading, or risk required.
Experience in managing a trading surveillance team and developing elements of a robust Trading Surveillance control framework or similar in a Financial Services or trading firm.
Significant experience in monitoring trading practice and business communications in a Financial Services or trading firm.
Deep understanding of Trading Surveillance data and models.
Significant experience of market monitoring tools and software, including Excel, data analytic tools such as Alteryx or Python and other database systems to deal with large data sets for exploratory analytics, as well as visualisation applications (such as Spotfire or Tableau) and automated monitoring tools.
Significant knowledge of the global physical/financial crude oil and refined products is required.
Strong understanding of trading instruments, trading strategies, and risk concepts as well as fundamentals of exchange traded/derivative activity, including contract specification, delivery point and delivery mechanism, exchange rules including (but not limited to) position limits and block trades.
Understanding the logistics of the physical markets, including delivery, transportation and storage and typical market activity e.g. seasonality, inventory release days and major market participants.
Robust analytical ability, skilled at advanced database querying to enable identification of critical information to meet decision making needs.
Mastery of continuous improvement methodologies to improve processes and ability to configure, test implement new tools as part of a project team.
Ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders. Credible and persuasive in ensuring the needs of our complex business are fully understood, resolve conflict and deliver tough messages.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate and partner effectively within a global team.
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