SVP Regulatory Services

Location

Cayman Islands


The Opportunity

The SVP Regulatory and Compliance Services (“SVP”)  has full strategic responsibility for driving revenue growth across all service lines in respect to regulatory, compliance and substance services in Cayman.  This includes (but is not limited to) the following product suite: Economic Substance, FATCA, CRS and Beneficial Ownership services as well as ownership and development of Annual Compliance Reports for all client groups.

As the SVP of Regulatory & Compliance Services, the role requires strong collaboration with both local and global service line leads in Corporate, Funds, Capital Markets and Private Wealth.

This position will report to a member of the Cayman Executive Management Team.

The SVP is expected to demonstrate exceptionally strong leadership skills, is proactive and decisive, is focused on value creation, manages the budget and KPIs of the business unit, and is tasked with ensuring delivery of superior client and employee care as well as exceptional operational performance.

The SVP is an influencer and promotor of the business. The SVP is expected to develop and optimize the work processes within the teams including the enhancement of technology solutions. The SVP is Responsible for implementing a business development strategy, establishing yearly business plan, new business generation, encourage value-based pricing, continual cost improvements, identifying profitable new business opportunities while developing and maintaining relationships with key clients to ensure optimal client care and cost objectives are met.
 

Your profile:

  • University degree in Law or a degree in Business or Finance

  • ACAMS or similar compliance certification

  • Over 7 years’ financial services experience with demonstrated working knowledge of the Cayman Islands regulatory landscape  

  • Strong leadership skills and proven experience of leading multiple teams

  • Ability to review, interpret laws, regulations, guidance notes, policies and procedures and articulate the impact to offshore vehicles in oral and written communications in a clear and commercial manner

  • Strong knowledge of offshore corporate and fiduciary services, offshore investment vehicles, corporate and trust structures and general corporate governance

  • In depth understanding of local and international regulations impacting a corporate services provider and a thorough understanding of local and global best practices

  • Exceptional relationship management and interpersonal skills with a track record in successfully developing client and peer relationships

  • Strong analytical skills, commercially driven, forward thinking, confident, flexible and committed

  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills with a commanding and engaging presence

  • Self-motivated with the ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines

  • Demonstrated use of consistent reliable and ethical approach to all aspects of management and leadership

Your responsibilities:

  • Act as a subject matter expert on matters relating to Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI), Economic Substance, Beneficial Ownership, AML Officer Services, AML Investor Services, and other regulatory services and matters from time to time.

  • Deliver these core client services in an accurate and timely manner whilst managing and developing such services across the backdrop of an evolving regulatory landscape

  • Further develop the regulatory and compliance service offering to generate revenue and growth in line with assigned targets and KPIs.

  • Manage and lead a team of professionals.

  • Develop bundled services and modelled pricing structures to suit client needs and support long term business relationships

  • Identify and develop onshore, offshore, and cross-sell opportunities and identification of target market segmentation through collaboration with key clients, relationship management teams, business developers and business partners.

  • Participate in the drafting and implementation of client advisories, marketing content, branding and event activities.

  • Participate in regulatory and industry consultative processes to stay abreast of regulatory changes and engage the business unit heads in identifying commercial opportunities for new products that arise from these developments.

  • Support the implementation of internal operational changes in response to changes in the regulatory landscape.

  • Assist with drafting and maintaining policies, guidelines, standards, standard operating procedures.

  • Draft internal and external communication as it relates to regulatory matters and participate in commercial calls to educate sales team on regulatory developments leading to both new client service opportunities and competitive risks

What we offer

  • A challenging, but very rewarding, role in our growing company

  • Continued learning via our Intertrust Academy and ongoing on-the-job knowledge sharing

  • A chance to lead a team of regulatory experts, work in a broader team with entrepreneurial spirits and up and down feedback flows to further strengthen our service and brand in the industry

  • Being a player in various fields in financial services globally, Intertrust has various horizontal, vertical, and global career opportunities

  • A competitive package of salary and benefits

If this position and our diverse and growing company appeals to you, check the full details and apply via our Intertrust website at Vacancies :: Intertrust Careers (intertrustgroup.com) .

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