Compliance Manager


Compliance Manager



We offer corporate governance and compliance support to a range of international clients, using our knowledge and experience to guide them through the complexities of national and supra-national compliance. As we continue to grow, we are looking for an experienced individual to join our team as we continue to offer the highest level of compliance services to our clients worldwide.

As Compliance Manager, you will act as the deputy to our Head of Compliance in Jersey and work with them to plan and implement the efficient and effective operation of the Compliance department, giving support and direction a range of our other service areas. You will assist in developing and maintaining a good compliance culture throughout the Jersey office and ensure compliance with laws, regulations, reporting requirements and controls imposed by regulators and the Board of Directors. You will also have the opportunity to:

  • Assist the Head of Compliance to develop, implement and embed an effective compliance framework and procedures to ensure they are maintained and tested in accordance with regulations;
  • Assist with external audits and the preparation of Due Diligence audits;
  • Provide regular compliance monitoring reports for the CO, in addition to timely advice and practical guidance and training for the wider office;
  • Provide consistent guidance or feedback with respect to Customer Due Diligence and Enhanced Customer Due Diligence to the administration and review teams;
  • Maintaining various compliance registers;
  • Review prospective new business and/or changes to structures, ensuring that client take-on procedures and adequate CDD requirements are met;
  • Assist the Data Protection Officer and the CO in any project work required relating to Information Security, Cyber Security, Disaster recovery and GDPR.

You will be a strategic thinker and effective problem solver with the ability to initiate and manage change. You must have 'Entitled or Entitled to Work’ residency status. The following attributes would also be advantageous:

  • Degree and/or relevant professional qualification (such as an ICA Certificate or Diploma), with relevant experience at a senior compliance level in the trust and company sectors;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with people at all levels;
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to work under pressure and to guide and direct others to meet deadlines and targets;
  • Excellent knowledge of relevant Jersey regulations and legislation, including anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing; and
  • The ability to work both independently and under supervision.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team in our Jersey office and develop new ways of working, where you will have the opportunity to input into the evolution of our business processes on an ongoing basis. In addition to a competitive salary, you will be rewarded with a performance-driven bonus, a comprehensive flexible benefits package, and the training and career opportunities that come as standard with a dynamic and rapidly growing group of companies.    

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Our Jersey office 

Our Jersey office is located in the heart of the financial district in St Helier. Based in Castle Street, our office can be found mid-way between the junctions with Charing Cross and Commercial Street and is just a two minute walk from the retail precinct on Queen Street.

Key People

Meet the team members and line managers you may interact with during the hiring process and on the job.

Sharon De Mendonca

Global Head of HR 


Lewis Buckley

Group Director and Managing Director of  Jersey office

Claire Machin

Group Director and Head of Private Wealth, Jersey