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Head Of Compliance
The Remote Group IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
The Head of Compliance is also the designated local anti-money laundering officer, local data privacy officer, and local FATCA Responsible Officer of AIAIM PH while providing appropriate second line support to the first line as a member of AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee to properly implement the controls (i) embedded within the local policies and procedures as envisaged under the Governance Framework of AIAIM PH and (ii) reasonably designated to enable AIAIM PH to demonstrate compliance with the applicable local regulatory requirements.Roles and Responsibilities:Lead the Compliance Function – Lead a strong compliance function while covering the following duties:• Implement and administer a robust compliance monitoring program to ensure that all local monitoring activities are properly identified, documented and performed under a risk-based approach with the monitoring results timely reported in accordance with the relevant local policies and procedures established under AIA’s Investment Governance Framework (“IGF”) as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Oversee the implementation of the internal personal dealing requirements at AIAIM PH and monitor the personal dealing activities of the local Access Persons and their Associated Persons while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Manage the internal disclosure of interest reporting requirements covering the corresponding local monitoring, communication and filing activities while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Administer the internal licensing and other regulatory reporting requirements while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Implement controls reasonably designed to demonstrate compliance with the AIA Group’s Code of Conduct.• Act as the local anti-money laundering officer, local data privacy officer and local FATCA Responsible Officer and prepare the corresponding local policies and procedures with appropriate controls embedded therein pursuant to the applicable internal Group-wide requirements as well as the relevant local regulations.• Offer regulatory compliance advice to the first line so as to support the first line to make informed decisions and to anticipate, assess, control and mitigate regulatory and reputation risks.• Liaise with industry and regulatory bodies as appropriate.• Monitor local regulatory developments and/or amendments and provide constructive feedback to AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee and Board so as to further enable AIAIM PH to take appropriate follow-up actions in a timely manner.• Conduct induction sessions on local policies and procedures owned by the compliance function. Oversee Ongoing Investment Compliance with Support of Investment Compliance Centre of Excellence at AIAIM – Demonstrate compliance with all applicable investment restrictions, requirements and limits as specified in the relevant internal, contractual, regulatory and/or statutory requirements while covering the following duties:• Oversee the appropriate and comprehensive documentation of client investment mandate requirements to further facilitate post-trade compliance monitoring.• Provide feedback and, where appropriate, acknowledgements to the first line responsible for setting up the corresponding automated controls before such controls are implemented in the production environment. Perform Second Line Oversight of Errors & Breaches – Perform second line oversight of the handling and reporting of errors and breaches and coordinate with local regulator(s) in a timely and appropriate manner as and when required while covering the following duties:• Provide second line feedback on potential regulatory implications arising from breaches and errors (if any) as well as on the corresponding preventative measures in accordance with the local policies and procedures established under the IGF as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Manage independent fact-based investigations of errors and breaches in a timely and robust manner as and when required.• Work with management to put in place appropriate follow-up actions to rectify common breaches (if any) and to avoid recurrence. Collaboration and Communication – Build confident relationships based on trust and reliability with all relevant stakeholders while covering the following duties:• Work closely with other members of AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee to address compliance issues in a timely and appropriate manner.• Facilitate risk awareness among employees throughout AIAIM PH taking into account the relevant standards, policies and procedures established under IGF as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Work closely with the local Legal & Governance team and the Internal Audit team on compliance issues.• Work closely with members of the Group Investment Compliance function as well as other Country Investment Compliance Leaders on group-wide investment compliance initiatives.• Provide second line feedback to Group Internal Audit on investment-related matters.• Act as the primary point of contact for local regulatory inspections and/or reviews Minimum Job Requirements:• A degree holder in Legal, Risk Management, Business Administration, CFA or related principles with solid experience in Investment Compliance.• Experience in internal audit / risk management would be an added advantage. • 15 years of working experience within an asset management business in an oversight or compliance role. • Experience in dealing with regulators.•Good knowledge and hands-on experience in investment compliance systems.• Highly motivated self-starter, excellent organisational skills and strong attention to detail, conscientious and flexible, good interpersonal and communication skills.• Ability to handle multiple tasks, plan time and meet deadlines, collaborative mentality, along with the gravitas to work closely with senior stakeholders.
The Remote Group
(IT / Development)
The Head of Compliance is also the designated local anti-money laundering officer, local data privacy officer, and local FATCA Responsible Officer of AIAIM PH while providing appropriate second line support to the first line as a member of AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee to properly implement the controls (i) embedded within the local policies and procedures as envisaged under the Governance Framework of AIAIM PH and (ii) reasonably designated to enable AIAIM PH to demonstrate compliance with the applicable local regulatory requirements.Roles and Responsibilities:Lead the Compliance Function – Lead a strong compliance function while covering the following duties:• Implement and administer a robust compliance monitoring program to ensure that all local monitoring activities are properly identified, documented and performed under a risk-based approach with the monitoring results timely reported in accordance with the relevant local policies and procedures established under AIA’s Investment Governance Framework (“IGF”) as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Oversee the implementation of the internal personal dealing requirements at AIAIM PH and monitor the personal dealing activities of the local Access Persons and their Associated Persons while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Manage the internal disclosure of interest reporting requirements covering the corresponding local monitoring, communication and filing activities while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Administer the internal licensing and other regulatory reporting requirements while demonstrating compliance with the relevant local regulations.• Implement controls reasonably designed to demonstrate compliance with the AIA Group’s Code of Conduct.• Act as the local anti-money laundering officer, local data privacy officer and local FATCA Responsible Officer and prepare the corresponding local policies and procedures with appropriate controls embedded therein pursuant to the applicable internal Group-wide requirements as well as the relevant local regulations.• Offer regulatory compliance advice to the first line so as to support the first line to make informed decisions and to anticipate, assess, control and mitigate regulatory and reputation risks.• Liaise with industry and regulatory bodies as appropriate.• Monitor local regulatory developments and/or amendments and provide constructive feedback to AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee and Board so as to further enable AIAIM PH to take appropriate follow-up actions in a timely manner.• Conduct induction sessions on local policies and procedures owned by the compliance function. Oversee Ongoing Investment Compliance with Support of Investment Compliance Centre of Excellence at AIAIM – Demonstrate compliance with all applicable investment restrictions, requirements and limits as specified in the relevant internal, contractual, regulatory and/or statutory requirements while covering the following duties:• Oversee the appropriate and comprehensive documentation of client investment mandate requirements to further facilitate post-trade compliance monitoring.• Provide feedback and, where appropriate, acknowledgements to the first line responsible for setting up the corresponding automated controls before such controls are implemented in the production environment. Perform Second Line Oversight of Errors & Breaches – Perform second line oversight of the handling and reporting of errors and breaches and coordinate with local regulator(s) in a timely and appropriate manner as and when required while covering the following duties:• Provide second line feedback on potential regulatory implications arising from breaches and errors (if any) as well as on the corresponding preventative measures in accordance with the local policies and procedures established under the IGF as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Manage independent fact-based investigations of errors and breaches in a timely and robust manner as and when required.• Work with management to put in place appropriate follow-up actions to rectify common breaches (if any) and to avoid recurrence. Collaboration and Communication – Build confident relationships based on trust and reliability with all relevant stakeholders while covering the following duties:• Work closely with other members of AIAIM PH’s Executive Committee to address compliance issues in a timely and appropriate manner.• Facilitate risk awareness among employees throughout AIAIM PH taking into account the relevant standards, policies and procedures established under IGF as well as the applicable local regulatory requirements.• Work closely with the local Legal & Governance team and the Internal Audit team on compliance issues.• Work closely with members of the Group Investment Compliance function as well as other Country Investment Compliance Leaders on group-wide investment compliance initiatives.• Provide second line feedback to Group Internal Audit on investment-related matters.• Act as the primary point of contact for local regulatory inspections and/or reviews Minimum Job Requirements:• A degree holder in Legal, Risk Management, Business Administration, CFA or related principles with solid experience in Investment Compliance.• Experience in internal audit / risk management would be an added advantage. • 15 years of working experience within an asset management business in an oversight or compliance role. • Experience in dealing with regulators.•Good knowledge and hands-on experience in investment compliance systems.• Highly motivated self-starter, excellent organisational skills and strong attention to detail, conscientious and flexible, good interpersonal and communication skills.• Ability to handle multiple tasks, plan time and meet deadlines, collaborative mentality, along with the gravitas to work closely with senior stakeholders.
remote
remote
Legal Manager - Sales, Operations, and International Expansion
remote IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global HR-tech space as a Legal Associate (internally we call this a Legal Specialist) , joining our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in helping with our team’s mission, namely: supercharging our business through the provision of excellent legal advice and implementation of solid legal processes.Remote’s well established Legal team is a bunch of friendly, talented highly motivated lawyers from a whole host of different countries, with some awesome experiences.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion into a new country brings myriad legal issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of our business models, contractual agreements with clients and their staff (i.e. the employees we hire under our “Employer of Record” service – our “external employees”) and data protection compliance amongst other areas.More specifically, we support:Our Sales team in their negotiations with clients (this includes optimising the contracting process – who doesn’t love a good playbook?);Our Employee Lifecycle team in their support for external employees (if you want to know how to get a social security number for someone in Spain, this is the place to be!); andOur International Expansion team, providing them with Legal support as we expand into new territories. Our Legal team enjoy exposure to a broad range of areas, but are also encouraged to focus on one or two things specifically. We want to empower team members to Own (one of our five core values ) their projects and tasks. They nevertheless have support, leadership and guidance from our General Counsel who has run Legal teams in 2 fast-paced scale ups.Our priorities for 2022 are likely to be centred around:A better contracting process (for our Sales team and for when we onboard external employees).A better internal knowledge base so that colleagues can quickly find the answers they need on a self-service basis.Providing top quality Product counsel to teams that are improving our existing service and launching new services. RequirementsQualified Lawyer (mandatory)Figures out solutions rather than just escalating problems.Low ego.Previous in-house experience (preferably 3 years+)Interested in working for a tech-scaleup and specifically HR-techExcellent analytical and organizational skillsAbility to switch between multiple different projectsAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and task management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but considered a plus. Key responsibilitiesTake on a leadership role within the Legal team, helping to support other team members using your subject matter experience and people management skills.Build relationships with key senior stakeholders across the organisation, evolving the role of the Legal team in order to add maximum value to the business.Advise Sales, Product, Onboarding, Payroll & Benefits Customer Success, Employee Lifecycle, International Expansion and People teams on a wide range of legal issues across multiple jurisdictions.Create, negotiate and manage contracts at all levels (client facing documentation as well as employment contracts)Manage external local counsel and contribute to internal knowledge bases so that our colleagues can increasingly self-serve.Assist with other legal, advisory and compliance work as required. Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: Head of Legal; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
remote
(IT / Development)
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global HR-tech space as a Legal Associate (internally we call this a Legal Specialist) , joining our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in helping with our team’s mission, namely: supercharging our business through the provision of excellent legal advice and implementation of solid legal processes.Remote’s well established Legal team is a bunch of friendly, talented highly motivated lawyers from a whole host of different countries, with some awesome experiences.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion into a new country brings myriad legal issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of our business models, contractual agreements with clients and their staff (i.e. the employees we hire under our “Employer of Record” service – our “external employees”) and data protection compliance amongst other areas.More specifically, we support:Our Sales team in their negotiations with clients (this includes optimising the contracting process – who doesn’t love a good playbook?);Our Employee Lifecycle team in their support for external employees (if you want to know how to get a social security number for someone in Spain, this is the place to be!); andOur International Expansion team, providing them with Legal support as we expand into new territories. Our Legal team enjoy exposure to a broad range of areas, but are also encouraged to focus on one or two things specifically. We want to empower team members to Own (one of our five core values ) their projects and tasks. They nevertheless have support, leadership and guidance from our General Counsel who has run Legal teams in 2 fast-paced scale ups.Our priorities for 2022 are likely to be centred around:A better contracting process (for our Sales team and for when we onboard external employees).A better internal knowledge base so that colleagues can quickly find the answers they need on a self-service basis.Providing top quality Product counsel to teams that are improving our existing service and launching new services. RequirementsQualified Lawyer (mandatory)Figures out solutions rather than just escalating problems.Low ego.Previous in-house experience (preferably 3 years+)Interested in working for a tech-scaleup and specifically HR-techExcellent analytical and organizational skillsAbility to switch between multiple different projectsAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and task management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but considered a plus. Key responsibilitiesTake on a leadership role within the Legal team, helping to support other team members using your subject matter experience and people management skills.Build relationships with key senior stakeholders across the organisation, evolving the role of the Legal team in order to add maximum value to the business.Advise Sales, Product, Onboarding, Payroll & Benefits Customer Success, Employee Lifecycle, International Expansion and People teams on a wide range of legal issues across multiple jurisdictions.Create, negotiate and manage contracts at all levels (client facing documentation as well as employment contracts)Manage external local counsel and contribute to internal knowledge bases so that our colleagues can increasingly self-serve.Assist with other legal, advisory and compliance work as required. Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: Head of Legal; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
remote
remote
Legal Specialist - Sales, Operations, and International Expansion
remote IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global HR-tech space as a Legal Associate (internally we call this a Legal Specialist) , joining our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in helping with our team’s mission, namely: supercharging our business through the provision of excellent legal advice and implementation of solid legal processes.Remote’s well established Legal team is a bunch of friendly, talented highly motivated lawyers from a whole host of different countries, with some awesome experiences.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion into a new country brings myriad legal issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of our business models, contractual agreements with clients and their staff (i.e. the employees we hire under our “Employer of Record” service – our “external employees”) and data protection compliance amongst other areas.More specifically, we support:Our Sales team in their negotiations with clients (this includes optimising the contracting process – who doesn’t love a good playbook?);Our Employee Lifecycle team in their support for external employees (if you want to know how to get a social security number for someone in Spain, this is the place to be!); andOur International Expansion team, providing them with Legal support as we expand into new territories. Our Legal team enjoy exposure to a broad range of areas, but are also encouraged to focus on one or two things specifically. We want to empower team members to Own (one of our five core values ) their projects and tasks. They nevertheless have support, leadership and guidance from our General Counsel who has run Legal teams in 2 fast-paced scale ups.Our priorities for 2022 are likely to be centred around:A better contracting process (for our Sales team and for when we onboard external employees).A better internal knowledge base so that colleagues can quickly find the answers they need on a self-service basis.Providing top quality Product counsel to teams that are improving our existing service and launching new services. RequirementsQualified Lawyer (mandatory)Figures out solutions rather than just escalating problems.Low ego.Previous in-house experience (preferably 3 years+)Interested in working for a tech-scaleup and specifically HR-techExcellent analytical and organizational skillsAbility to switch between multiple different projectsAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and task management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but considered a plus. Key responsibilitiesAdvise Sales, Product, Operations, Customer Success, International Expansion and People teams on a wide range of legal issues across multiple jurisdictions.Create, negotiate and manage contracts at all levels (client facing documentation as well as employment contracts)Manage external local counsel (instructing, distilling advice, managing fees).Contribute to internal knowledge bases so that our colleagues can increasingly self-serve.Assist with other legal, advisory and compliance work as required. Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: Head of Legal; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
remote
(IT / Development)
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global HR-tech space as a Legal Associate (internally we call this a Legal Specialist) , joining our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in helping with our team’s mission, namely: supercharging our business through the provision of excellent legal advice and implementation of solid legal processes.Remote’s well established Legal team is a bunch of friendly, talented highly motivated lawyers from a whole host of different countries, with some awesome experiences.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion into a new country brings myriad legal issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of our business models, contractual agreements with clients and their staff (i.e. the employees we hire under our “Employer of Record” service – our “external employees”) and data protection compliance amongst other areas.More specifically, we support:Our Sales team in their negotiations with clients (this includes optimising the contracting process – who doesn’t love a good playbook?);Our Employee Lifecycle team in their support for external employees (if you want to know how to get a social security number for someone in Spain, this is the place to be!); andOur International Expansion team, providing them with Legal support as we expand into new territories. Our Legal team enjoy exposure to a broad range of areas, but are also encouraged to focus on one or two things specifically. We want to empower team members to Own (one of our five core values ) their projects and tasks. They nevertheless have support, leadership and guidance from our General Counsel who has run Legal teams in 2 fast-paced scale ups.Our priorities for 2022 are likely to be centred around:A better contracting process (for our Sales team and for when we onboard external employees).A better internal knowledge base so that colleagues can quickly find the answers they need on a self-service basis.Providing top quality Product counsel to teams that are improving our existing service and launching new services. RequirementsQualified Lawyer (mandatory)Figures out solutions rather than just escalating problems.Low ego.Previous in-house experience (preferably 3 years+)Interested in working for a tech-scaleup and specifically HR-techExcellent analytical and organizational skillsAbility to switch between multiple different projectsAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and task management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but considered a plus. Key responsibilitiesAdvise Sales, Product, Operations, Customer Success, International Expansion and People teams on a wide range of legal issues across multiple jurisdictions.Create, negotiate and manage contracts at all levels (client facing documentation as well as employment contracts)Manage external local counsel (instructing, distilling advice, managing fees).Contribute to internal knowledge bases so that our colleagues can increasingly self-serve.Assist with other legal, advisory and compliance work as required. Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: Head of Legal; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
remote
remote
Legal Specialist - Internal Knowledge Management
remote IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global employment space as a Legal Specialist - Internal Knowledge Management on our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in leveraging legal technology, attention to detail, and organization to implement and maintain our internal knowledge base of all things related to our Legal Team.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion to a new country brings corporate, labour and employment, and tax law issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of the relevant contracts and risk assessments, along with contract negotiation and redlining, employment agreements and amendments, data protection, and compliance. Next to this, we perform a legal analysis on new products and services, and advise other teams on legal matters.As a Legal Specialist - Internal Knowledge Management, your responsibility is to support the entire Legal Team by implementing and maintaining our internal knowledge base which will be made available to the entire company and eventually to our clients. Our immediate goal is to document and educate each and every member of our organization and empower our peers to use and reuse our legal advice in the appropriate context. We are also seeking assistance with our precedent creation, template creation, and overall documentation organization. Because Remote is growing rapidly, we need to develop a knowledge base for the legal department and this will provide you with the opportunity to use your organizational and drafting skills to kick start and maintain our knowledge base alongside the legal department in the method of your choosing. We want to empower you to Own (one of our five core values ) your projects and tasks as you become a key member of the Legal Team.RequirementsLegal background and training with 3+ years experiencePassion for legal drafting, writing, and analysis, with uncompromising attention to detail, utilizing brevity, plain English, succinctness, and clarity. More importantly, we are seeking someone with a strong desire to make legal advice and content easy to understand that is also readily accessible. We are a fast-paced tech company and we need to speak other people's languages, rather than expecting everyone to speak ours.Commitment to knowledge-sharing, efficiency and excellence in legal workAbility to build and maintain relationships with team members throughout the organizationOutstanding interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skillsExcellent organizational, planning and project management skills including record keeping, data collection, and system information. Ability to compile and analyze information and deliver the same in a format which is both detailed and informativeHighly motivated, strategic focus: ability to understand and support the Legal Team's goals, services, values and strategy in order to develop creative and innovative solutions to better support our internal stakeholders and safe-keeping in our internal knowledge baseDependable team player with high energy, creativity and vision who works collaboratively and cooperatively with others in a team-oriented environmentAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and assignment management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but is considered a plusKey responsibilitiesThis role will have a significant writing component including the creation, development and maintenance of our internal knowledge base, that is model documents, forms, drafting guidance, resource material, frequently-asked questions, sales-playbooks, and similar specifications of the Legal Team.Ensure the knowledge base content, precedents, and resource materials are, and remain, up-to-date and readily accessible on Notion; organize and curate practical guidance across subjects to promote and make accessible the highest value content, and facilitate knowledge reuse.Serve as a source of the Legal Team's knowledge and expertise; regularly review internal policies and processes; respond timely to queries pertaining o the knowledge base.Develop and maintain substantive content relevant to the the Legal Team and business development efforts.Assist internal stakeholders in locating internal knowledge resources, policies, and technologies.Capture feedback for continuous improvement of our knowledge base and processes.Develop workflows leveraging knowledge, resources, and technologies to promote efficiency in common matter types.Provide ongoing individual and group team member training on knowledge base tools, resources, and best practices.Evaluate new and innovative knowledge management and research tools and resources based on Remote and Legal's needs; participate in technology pilots and assessments.Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: VP General Counsel; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
remote
(IT / Development)
About RemoteRemote is solving global remote organizations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone anywhere compliantly. We make it possible for businesses big and small to employ a global team by handling global payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance (learn more about how it works at remote.com/how-it-works ). We're backed by A+ investors and our team is world-class, literally and figuratively, as we're all scattered around the world.Please check out our public handbook (at remote.com/handbook ) to learn more about our culture. We encourage folks from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!All of our positions are fully remote. You do not have to relocate to join us!How We WorkWe love working async and this means you get to do your own schedule. We empower ownership and proactivity and when in doubt default to action instead of waiting.The position / our Legal teamThis is an exciting time to join Remote and make a personal difference in the global employment space as a Legal Specialist - Internal Knowledge Management on our Legal Team. We are looking for a talented and eager lawyer, who is interested in leveraging legal technology, attention to detail, and organization to implement and maintain our internal knowledge base of all things related to our Legal Team.As Remote is increasing its global footprint, every expansion to a new country brings corporate, labour and employment, and tax law issues. The Legal Team is responsible for the legal soundness of the relevant contracts and risk assessments, along with contract negotiation and redlining, employment agreements and amendments, data protection, and compliance. Next to this, we perform a legal analysis on new products and services, and advise other teams on legal matters.As a Legal Specialist - Internal Knowledge Management, your responsibility is to support the entire Legal Team by implementing and maintaining our internal knowledge base which will be made available to the entire company and eventually to our clients. Our immediate goal is to document and educate each and every member of our organization and empower our peers to use and reuse our legal advice in the appropriate context. We are also seeking assistance with our precedent creation, template creation, and overall documentation organization. Because Remote is growing rapidly, we need to develop a knowledge base for the legal department and this will provide you with the opportunity to use your organizational and drafting skills to kick start and maintain our knowledge base alongside the legal department in the method of your choosing. We want to empower you to Own (one of our five core values ) your projects and tasks as you become a key member of the Legal Team.RequirementsLegal background and training with 3+ years experiencePassion for legal drafting, writing, and analysis, with uncompromising attention to detail, utilizing brevity, plain English, succinctness, and clarity. More importantly, we are seeking someone with a strong desire to make legal advice and content easy to understand that is also readily accessible. We are a fast-paced tech company and we need to speak other people's languages, rather than expecting everyone to speak ours.Commitment to knowledge-sharing, efficiency and excellence in legal workAbility to build and maintain relationships with team members throughout the organizationOutstanding interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skillsExcellent organizational, planning and project management skills including record keeping, data collection, and system information. Ability to compile and analyze information and deliver the same in a format which is both detailed and informativeHighly motivated, strategic focus: ability to understand and support the Legal Team's goals, services, values and strategy in order to develop creative and innovative solutions to better support our internal stakeholders and safe-keeping in our internal knowledge baseDependable team player with high energy, creativity and vision who works collaboratively and cooperatively with others in a team-oriented environmentAbility to learn and master Remote's communication application (Slack), contract management system (Juro), documentation sources (Notion, Google Drive, etc.), and assignment management system (Asana)Eager to learn about different legal systemsWrites and speaks fluent EnglishIt is not required to have experience working remotely, but is considered a plusKey responsibilitiesThis role will have a significant writing component including the creation, development and maintenance of our internal knowledge base, that is model documents, forms, drafting guidance, resource material, frequently-asked questions, sales-playbooks, and similar specifications of the Legal Team.Ensure the knowledge base content, precedents, and resource materials are, and remain, up-to-date and readily accessible on Notion; organize and curate practical guidance across subjects to promote and make accessible the highest value content, and facilitate knowledge reuse.Serve as a source of the Legal Team's knowledge and expertise; regularly review internal policies and processes; respond timely to queries pertaining o the knowledge base.Develop and maintain substantive content relevant to the the Legal Team and business development efforts.Assist internal stakeholders in locating internal knowledge resources, policies, and technologies.Capture feedback for continuous improvement of our knowledge base and processes.Develop workflows leveraging knowledge, resources, and technologies to promote efficiency in common matter types.Provide ongoing individual and group team member training on knowledge base tools, resources, and best practices.Evaluate new and innovative knowledge management and research tools and resources based on Remote and Legal's needs; participate in technology pilots and assessments.Remote Compensation PhilosophyRemote’s Total Rewards philosophy is to ensure fair unbiased compensation and fair pay along with competitive benefits in all locations in which we operate. We do not agree to or encourage cheap-labour practices and therefore pay a minimum annual salary of USD 40,000 per year, in all locations throughout the world. Actual compensation may vary based upon geographical location, experience, and/or skill level. However, it will never be below our minimum global compensation mentioned.BenefitsYou can learn more about the benefits we're offering to all internal employees at Remote by visiting our public Benefits & Perks Handbook page .PracticalsYou'll report to: VP General Counsel; Legal TeamTeam: LegalLocation: Anywhere in the WorldStart date: As soon as possibleApplication process(async) Profile reviewInterview with recruiterInterview with member of the legal teamInterview with Head of LegalReference calls(async) OfferHow to applyPlease fill out the form below.
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Customer Support Specialist - Compliance
binance IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Binance is the global blockchain company behind the world’s largest digital asset exchange by trading volume and users, serving a greater mission to accelerate cryptocurrency adoption and increase the freedom of money.Are you looking to be a part of the most influential company in the blockchain industry and contribute to the crypto-currency revolution that is changing the world?We are seeking Customer Support Officers to provide support on global compliance inquiries and operations.ResponsibilitiesHandle high volume live chat and other online toolsMaintain 24 hour turnaround response, 7 days a weekProvide accurate, valid and comprehensive information to users pertaining to compliance mattersFollow communication procedures, guidelines, and policiesSupport other business units with customer liaison, accurately document customer requestsManage complaints pertaining to compliance matters, provide proper solutions and options within the time limitsParticipate in internal and external training programs related to AML/CFT and other subjects that may form part of the day to day work requirementsAny general administration and ancillary activities as may be required and related to the above functions in accordance with the business requirements of the CompanyRequirementsAt least 1-2 years’ directly related experience in a customer support roleCompliance experience will be advantageousAn undergraduate degree is preferredAble to work on weekend shiftsDemonstrated ability to write effectively, with good communication skills.Please note, all positions at Binance require relevant experience. Applications without the required experience will not be considered.Working at BinanceDo something meaningful; Be a part of the future of finance technology and the no.1 company in the industryFast moving, challenging and unique business problemsInternational work environment and flat organisationGreat career development opportunities in a growing companyPossibility for relocation and international transfers mid-careerCompetitive salaryFlexible working hours, Casual work attire
binance
(IT / Development)
Binance is the global blockchain company behind the world’s largest digital asset exchange by trading volume and users, serving a greater mission to accelerate cryptocurrency adoption and increase the freedom of money.Are you looking to be a part of the most influential company in the blockchain industry and contribute to the crypto-currency revolution that is changing the world?We are seeking Customer Support Officers to provide support on global compliance inquiries and operations.ResponsibilitiesHandle high volume live chat and other online toolsMaintain 24 hour turnaround response, 7 days a weekProvide accurate, valid and comprehensive information to users pertaining to compliance mattersFollow communication procedures, guidelines, and policiesSupport other business units with customer liaison, accurately document customer requestsManage complaints pertaining to compliance matters, provide proper solutions and options within the time limitsParticipate in internal and external training programs related to AML/CFT and other subjects that may form part of the day to day work requirementsAny general administration and ancillary activities as may be required and related to the above functions in accordance with the business requirements of the CompanyRequirementsAt least 1-2 years’ directly related experience in a customer support roleCompliance experience will be advantageousAn undergraduate degree is preferredAble to work on weekend shiftsDemonstrated ability to write effectively, with good communication skills.Please note, all positions at Binance require relevant experience. Applications without the required experience will not be considered.Working at BinanceDo something meaningful; Be a part of the future of finance technology and the no.1 company in the industryFast moving, challenging and unique business problemsInternational work environment and flat organisationGreat career development opportunities in a growing companyPossibility for relocation and international transfers mid-careerCompetitive salaryFlexible working hours, Casual work attire
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Compliance Associate - Trade Surveillance Australia / Japan
Kraken Digital Asset Exchange IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
About KrakenOur mission is to accelerate the adoption of cryptocurrency so that you and the rest of the world can achieve financial freedom and inclusion. In our first decade, Kraken has risen to become one of the largest, most successful and respected crypto exchanges on the planet.We are changing the way the world thinks about finance and our range of successful products are playing a critical role in the mainstream adoption of crypto assets. We continue to trail-blaze into new territory with the introduction of Kraken Bank, providing a more seamless integration between crypto and the traditional financial system. This makes us the first crypto company (ever) to be awarded a U.S. state banking charter.Our diverse group of 2,000+ Krakenites are distributed all over the world as part of our 'remote first' culture, united by a shared passion for delighting customers, upholding crypto values and achieving our meaningful mission. We attract people who push themselves to improve, are radically transparent and think differently in order to unlock their potential.Crypto is a rapidly evolving industry and we’re just getting started. We’re growing fast and you're invited to join the revolution!About The RoleDo you love solving puzzles and catching bad guys? Do you get upset when you hear stories of innocent people getting scammed out of their life savings? Do you monitor the market and wonder why prices rapidly move? Ever dream of starring in your very own detective show? Well, we may not have a production crew on hand, but a job as an investigator in the Trade Surveillance Team may be for you! This role meshes your love for all things crypto, your desire for a vibrant ecosystem that supports every poop-coin, protection of the Kraken mothership (and it's customers) on it's way to the moon, and maybe even help catch a bad guy (or gal) along the way!We are looking for creative smart minds based in the APAC area willing to join the Crypto Revolution!ResponsibilitiesMonitor Market Surveillance (Spot and Futures) via the Market Surveillance Platform (Scila).Act as a subject matter expert in the performance of Market Surveillance across a range of financial products.Have intermediate knowledge of regulatory requirements, including MiFIID II, MAR and US regulatory requirements and their impact on Market Surveillance.Carry out market surveillance with the aim of finding and reporting on attempts by clients to engage in insider dealing or market manipulation across a range of market abuse typologies.Leverage large data sets and advanced analytical skills to enhance research and investigations, ensuring both quantitative and qualitative analysis is incorporated into decision making.Maintain thorough records and supporting documentation for all investigations.File Suspicious Transaction and Order Reports (STORs) or equivalent with national authorities when necessary.Liaise with Fraud, operations and on-boarding teams as needed during an investigation.Actively develop knowledge of criminal methods and typologies as they relate to fiat and crypto transactions, applying these characteristics through analysis of transaction data to identify unusual activity.Perform research in support of ad-hoc compliance projects (e.g. program procedures, regulatory inquiries)RequirementsMinimum three-year degree or equivalent experience.Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, law, international relations, business administration, finance, or similar field preferred.Surveillance experience (trade/control room) strongly preferred.Experience in using a Trade Surveillance platform for alert management and investigation (e.g. Scila/Actimize/SMARTs)Impeccable communication skills, both verbal and written.Proficiency analysing data using a variety of tools/methods, including macros, sql scripts, and database toolsResourceful and inquisitive mindset with an ability to analyse structured and unstructured data from disparate sources and identify patterns and develop conclusions.Attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills.Ability to take ownership of work product and consistently deliver results.Knowledge of the crypto industry is a plus and willingness to gain expertise of the financial crime typologies in the crypto industry.Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel including the ability to perform data analysis. Ability to learn new technologies and systems for conducting data analysis.Location Tagging: #APAC #US #EUWe’re powered by people from around the world with their own unique and diverse experiences. We value all Krakenites and their talents, contributions, and perspectives, regardless of their background.As an equal opportunity employer we don’t tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. Whether that’s based on race, ethnicity, age, gender identity, citizenship, religion, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state or local laws.Check out all our open roles at https://www.kraken.com/careers . Stay in the know Follow us on Twitter Catch up on our blog Follow us on LinkedIn
Kraken Digital Asset Exchange
(IT / Development)
About KrakenOur mission is to accelerate the adoption of cryptocurrency so that you and the rest of the world can achieve financial freedom and inclusion. In our first decade, Kraken has risen to become one of the largest, most successful and respected crypto exchanges on the planet.We are changing the way the world thinks about finance and our range of successful products are playing a critical role in the mainstream adoption of crypto assets. We continue to trail-blaze into new territory with the introduction of Kraken Bank, providing a more seamless integration between crypto and the traditional financial system. This makes us the first crypto company (ever) to be awarded a U.S. state banking charter.Our diverse group of 2,000+ Krakenites are distributed all over the world as part of our 'remote first' culture, united by a shared passion for delighting customers, upholding crypto values and achieving our meaningful mission. We attract people who push themselves to improve, are radically transparent and think differently in order to unlock their potential.Crypto is a rapidly evolving industry and we’re just getting started. We’re growing fast and you're invited to join the revolution!About The RoleDo you love solving puzzles and catching bad guys? Do you get upset when you hear stories of innocent people getting scammed out of their life savings? Do you monitor the market and wonder why prices rapidly move? Ever dream of starring in your very own detective show? Well, we may not have a production crew on hand, but a job as an investigator in the Trade Surveillance Team may be for you! This role meshes your love for all things crypto, your desire for a vibrant ecosystem that supports every poop-coin, protection of the Kraken mothership (and it's customers) on it's way to the moon, and maybe even help catch a bad guy (or gal) along the way!We are looking for creative smart minds based in the APAC area willing to join the Crypto Revolution!ResponsibilitiesMonitor Market Surveillance (Spot and Futures) via the Market Surveillance Platform (Scila).Act as a subject matter expert in the performance of Market Surveillance across a range of financial products.Have intermediate knowledge of regulatory requirements, including MiFIID II, MAR and US regulatory requirements and their impact on Market Surveillance.Carry out market surveillance with the aim of finding and reporting on attempts by clients to engage in insider dealing or market manipulation across a range of market abuse typologies.Leverage large data sets and advanced analytical skills to enhance research and investigations, ensuring both quantitative and qualitative analysis is incorporated into decision making.Maintain thorough records and supporting documentation for all investigations.File Suspicious Transaction and Order Reports (STORs) or equivalent with national authorities when necessary.Liaise with Fraud, operations and on-boarding teams as needed during an investigation.Actively develop knowledge of criminal methods and typologies as they relate to fiat and crypto transactions, applying these characteristics through analysis of transaction data to identify unusual activity.Perform research in support of ad-hoc compliance projects (e.g. program procedures, regulatory inquiries)RequirementsMinimum three-year degree or equivalent experience.Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, law, international relations, business administration, finance, or similar field preferred.Surveillance experience (trade/control room) strongly preferred.Experience in using a Trade Surveillance platform for alert management and investigation (e.g. Scila/Actimize/SMARTs)Impeccable communication skills, both verbal and written.Proficiency analysing data using a variety of tools/methods, including macros, sql scripts, and database toolsResourceful and inquisitive mindset with an ability to analyse structured and unstructured data from disparate sources and identify patterns and develop conclusions.Attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills.Ability to take ownership of work product and consistently deliver results.Knowledge of the crypto industry is a plus and willingness to gain expertise of the financial crime typologies in the crypto industry.Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel including the ability to perform data analysis. Ability to learn new technologies and systems for conducting data analysis.Location Tagging: #APAC #US #EUWe’re powered by people from around the world with their own unique and diverse experiences. We value all Krakenites and their talents, contributions, and perspectives, regardless of their background.As an equal opportunity employer we don’t tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. Whether that’s based on race, ethnicity, age, gender identity, citizenship, religion, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state or local laws.Check out all our open roles at https://www.kraken.com/careers . Stay in the know Follow us on Twitter Catch up on our blog Follow us on LinkedIn
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Legal Counsel
ElevateFlex (Legal services)
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Legal Counsel – 6 Month ContractElevateFlex’s global Community of Talent is made up of highly qualified lawyers and legal professionals with solid technical training and experience drawn from leading law firms and law departments. We provide an unparalleled platform for talent to work with innovative companies and law firms around the world in a variety of exciting and challenging roles. We pride ourselves on respecting your individuality and choice of career, allowing you to bring your very best to each role, to continue to develop your experience, expertise, professional network, and voice, and be supported with a package of benefits tailored to your needs! Join a world where legal and business teams achieve incredible outcomes, together.We are currently seeking a lawyer with 4-6 years pqe to fulfil a 6-month contract with a well-established legal team in Singapore this role can be carried out remotely.This role is for a Legal Counsel to assist on matters related to reviewing, negotiating, and drafting customer and supplier contracts, actively support the legal strategies, initiatives and processes outlined by Managing Counsel or Senior Legal Counsel to support the commercial strategy of the Businesses. You will have 4-6 years of experience, and this is a 6-month contract with an ASAP start date.Knowledge/Experience At least 4-6 years’ post qualification experienceFluency (written and spoken) in English requiredExperience in the oil and gas, marine or logistics industries, servicing major corporations and/or government clientsExperience working with project and/or corporate documentation; andExperience in face-to-face negotiations.Technical/Professional Skills required Proven ability to manage multiple tight deadlinesStrong technical drafting skillsStrong negotiation and influencing skillsExcellent communication skills in team environmentStakeholder management and relationship building skills; andHigh level of interpersonal skills including understanding and empathy for others.Qualifications Degree in LawAdmitted as a Legal Practitioner with current unrestricted legal practising certificate in Singapore. Other Attributes:Self-motivated, and can operate with varying levels of supervision depending on role.A strong commitment to exceeding expectations and delighting your clients.An ability to quickly understand, adapt to and operate within the client’s business culture.Display the ability to connect and build relationships.Skilled in communicating, collaborating, and listening.Equitability and Inclusion are critical to ElevateFlex’s success. As The Law Company, changing the legal business landscape, we know a diverse, inclusive work culture is at the heart of attracting, retaining, and celebrating the industry’s most talented people. We empower our employees to bring their whole selves to work because we know that diversity of experience and perspective drive innovation and is simply good business.As a strong proponent of diversity, equitability, and inclusion, ElevateFlex is committed to hiring diverse candidates from all backgrounds. We invite you to apply to become part of the ElevateFlex Team – help us change the legal business landscape and make a dent in the legal universe.
ElevateFlex
(Legal services)
Legal Counsel – 6 Month ContractElevateFlex’s global Community of Talent is made up of highly qualified lawyers and legal professionals with solid technical training and experience drawn from leading law firms and law departments. We provide an unparalleled platform for talent to work with innovative companies and law firms around the world in a variety of exciting and challenging roles. We pride ourselves on respecting your individuality and choice of career, allowing you to bring your very best to each role, to continue to develop your experience, expertise, professional network, and voice, and be supported with a package of benefits tailored to your needs! Join a world where legal and business teams achieve incredible outcomes, together.We are currently seeking a lawyer with 4-6 years pqe to fulfil a 6-month contract with a well-established legal team in Singapore this role can be carried out remotely.This role is for a Legal Counsel to assist on matters related to reviewing, negotiating, and drafting customer and supplier contracts, actively support the legal strategies, initiatives and processes outlined by Managing Counsel or Senior Legal Counsel to support the commercial strategy of the Businesses. You will have 4-6 years of experience, and this is a 6-month contract with an ASAP start date.Knowledge/Experience At least 4-6 years’ post qualification experienceFluency (written and spoken) in English requiredExperience in the oil and gas, marine or logistics industries, servicing major corporations and/or government clientsExperience working with project and/or corporate documentation; andExperience in face-to-face negotiations.Technical/Professional Skills required Proven ability to manage multiple tight deadlinesStrong technical drafting skillsStrong negotiation and influencing skillsExcellent communication skills in team environmentStakeholder management and relationship building skills; andHigh level of interpersonal skills including understanding and empathy for others.Qualifications Degree in LawAdmitted as a Legal Practitioner with current unrestricted legal practising certificate in Singapore. Other Attributes:Self-motivated, and can operate with varying levels of supervision depending on role.A strong commitment to exceeding expectations and delighting your clients.An ability to quickly understand, adapt to and operate within the client’s business culture.Display the ability to connect and build relationships.Skilled in communicating, collaborating, and listening.Equitability and Inclusion are critical to ElevateFlex’s success. As The Law Company, changing the legal business landscape, we know a diverse, inclusive work culture is at the heart of attracting, retaining, and celebrating the industry’s most talented people. We empower our employees to bring their whole selves to work because we know that diversity of experience and perspective drive innovation and is simply good business.As a strong proponent of diversity, equitability, and inclusion, ElevateFlex is committed to hiring diverse candidates from all backgrounds. We invite you to apply to become part of the ElevateFlex Team – help us change the legal business landscape and make a dent in the legal universe.
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Compliance Manager
Wallex IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Overseas payment and cash management solutions for businesses - simplifiedWallex not only allows you to make cross-border payments at better rates and faster speeds, we also provide you with the ability to convert and hold balances in multiple currencies so that you can properly plan, manage and hedge your currency needs all from one platform.The RoleYou Will Be Responsible ForAssist Head of Compliance to formulate and implement AML monitoring policy, to comply with applicable business model and related monitoring requirements.Monitor legislation, regulatory circulars and enforcement actions from Regulators and work with Head of Compliance to ensure any updates are appropriately incorporated into internal policies and procedures when required.Keep abreast of regulatory developments within or outside of the company as well as evolving best practices in compliance controlDevelop, review and evaluate Company policies and procedures and report to identify hidden risks or common issues (gap analysis) and provide recommendation.Following up on compliance issues that require investigationHandle the management and execution of second line monitoring and assessment program for Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF)Handle file reviews of suspicious activity to ensure compliance with the policies and procedures put in placeEnsure detailed and prompt investigation of all AML/CTF incidents and casesAid in the improvement of tools to monitor, analyse, and report suspicious activityHelp with identifying any AML/CTF loopholes and coordinating projects to bridge those gapsConducting internal reviews and auditsIdeal ProfileBachelor degree from an accredited UniversityPreferably from Banking/Financial Industry.3 plus years work experience in a compliance functionStrong analytical and risk assessment skillsStrong sense of ownership and responsibilityMeticulous, proactive and good interpersonal skillsEffective leader and team player, self-starterRelevant experience in payments or financial servicesDeep understanding of retail/ commercial financial products/ services, payments industry, etc.Understanding of AML and Compliance regulations within the payment/ banking/ financial services industryHigh level of integrity, takes accountability of work and good attitude over teamworkAdaptable to dynamic environmentWhat's on Offer?Flexible working optionsWork alongside & learn from best in class talentFantastic work culture
Wallex
(IT / Development)
Overseas payment and cash management solutions for businesses - simplifiedWallex not only allows you to make cross-border payments at better rates and faster speeds, we also provide you with the ability to convert and hold balances in multiple currencies so that you can properly plan, manage and hedge your currency needs all from one platform.The RoleYou Will Be Responsible ForAssist Head of Compliance to formulate and implement AML monitoring policy, to comply with applicable business model and related monitoring requirements.Monitor legislation, regulatory circulars and enforcement actions from Regulators and work with Head of Compliance to ensure any updates are appropriately incorporated into internal policies and procedures when required.Keep abreast of regulatory developments within or outside of the company as well as evolving best practices in compliance controlDevelop, review and evaluate Company policies and procedures and report to identify hidden risks or common issues (gap analysis) and provide recommendation.Following up on compliance issues that require investigationHandle the management and execution of second line monitoring and assessment program for Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF)Handle file reviews of suspicious activity to ensure compliance with the policies and procedures put in placeEnsure detailed and prompt investigation of all AML/CTF incidents and casesAid in the improvement of tools to monitor, analyse, and report suspicious activityHelp with identifying any AML/CTF loopholes and coordinating projects to bridge those gapsConducting internal reviews and auditsIdeal ProfileBachelor degree from an accredited UniversityPreferably from Banking/Financial Industry.3 plus years work experience in a compliance functionStrong analytical and risk assessment skillsStrong sense of ownership and responsibilityMeticulous, proactive and good interpersonal skillsEffective leader and team player, self-starterRelevant experience in payments or financial servicesDeep understanding of retail/ commercial financial products/ services, payments industry, etc.Understanding of AML and Compliance regulations within the payment/ banking/ financial services industryHigh level of integrity, takes accountability of work and good attitude over teamworkAdaptable to dynamic environmentWhat's on Offer?Flexible working optionsWork alongside & learn from best in class talentFantastic work culture
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Content Compliance Officer (Remote)
Coda Payments IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
What we doFounded in 2011, Coda Payments helps digital content providers monetize their products and services in more than 40 markets. Publishers of leading games like Moonton (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang), Garena (Free Fire) and Tencent (PUBG Mobile), streaming platforms like beIN and Bigo Live, apps like Tinder, and video-on-demand platforms like Viu have integrated with Coda Payments to accept payments.Coda Payments is headquartered in Singapore with dozens of additional outposts around the world. Coda Payments has recently been named the 28th fastest growing company in the Asia-Pacific region by the Financial Times (making it the second fastest-growing fintech company in its region), the 8th fastest growing company in Singapore by Straits Times, and a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.Working at CodaLife at Coda is fast-paced, challenging, and fun. As a rapidly growing global company, we’re always looking to step up and adapt to changes quickly; there is never a dull day at Coda.We make things happen in the most impactful and effective manner. If you are always eager to initiate new ideas, hungry to contribute more, derive satisfaction from team wins rather than individual ones, and value integrity, you will fit perfectly into the Coda team! Key Responsibilities Supporting the Company’s publisher merchant onboarding process by monitoring new and existing publisher merchants’ compliance with the Company’s prohibited content policies and guidelines.Reviewing mobile games/apps/website content to identify content that is prohibited as per Coda’s prohibited content policy and producing reports of findings.Liaising effectively with other internal stakeholders (publisher team, legal etc)Identifying improvement opportunities in workflow and suggesting solutions.Maintaining knowledge and understanding of the gaming industry trends.Assisting the Content Compliance Manager with managing and executing the content compliance framework and process. Requirements Excellent English communication skills (written)Excellent comprehension skillsStrong analytical and research skillsExperience in content moderation is preferable Good To Have Have a passion for gaming and awareness of the industry trendsHigh-speed internet connection and dedicated smartphones requiredMultilingual is a plus (Bahasa Indonesia/Thai/Burmese/Filipino/India)We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on gender, race, age, religion, disability, or other local protected class. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive environment for all employees, and we welcome the diversity that you will bring!If you are looking for a rapid-growth environment and great teams to work with, you should apply now.We are sorry to inform you that only shortlisted candidates will be notified as we may be overwhelmed by the number of applicants coming into our system; hence if you do not get a reply from us - don’t give up on us just yet!We encourage you also to check out our career site at https://www.codapayments.com/careers - we may have other suitable openings for you.
Coda Payments
(IT / Development)
What we doFounded in 2011, Coda Payments helps digital content providers monetize their products and services in more than 40 markets. Publishers of leading games like Moonton (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang), Garena (Free Fire) and Tencent (PUBG Mobile), streaming platforms like beIN and Bigo Live, apps like Tinder, and video-on-demand platforms like Viu have integrated with Coda Payments to accept payments.Coda Payments is headquartered in Singapore with dozens of additional outposts around the world. Coda Payments has recently been named the 28th fastest growing company in the Asia-Pacific region by the Financial Times (making it the second fastest-growing fintech company in its region), the 8th fastest growing company in Singapore by Straits Times, and a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.Working at CodaLife at Coda is fast-paced, challenging, and fun. As a rapidly growing global company, we’re always looking to step up and adapt to changes quickly; there is never a dull day at Coda.We make things happen in the most impactful and effective manner. If you are always eager to initiate new ideas, hungry to contribute more, derive satisfaction from team wins rather than individual ones, and value integrity, you will fit perfectly into the Coda team! Key Responsibilities Supporting the Company’s publisher merchant onboarding process by monitoring new and existing publisher merchants’ compliance with the Company’s prohibited content policies and guidelines.Reviewing mobile games/apps/website content to identify content that is prohibited as per Coda’s prohibited content policy and producing reports of findings.Liaising effectively with other internal stakeholders (publisher team, legal etc)Identifying improvement opportunities in workflow and suggesting solutions.Maintaining knowledge and understanding of the gaming industry trends.Assisting the Content Compliance Manager with managing and executing the content compliance framework and process. Requirements Excellent English communication skills (written)Excellent comprehension skillsStrong analytical and research skillsExperience in content moderation is preferable Good To Have Have a passion for gaming and awareness of the industry trendsHigh-speed internet connection and dedicated smartphones requiredMultilingual is a plus (Bahasa Indonesia/Thai/Burmese/Filipino/India)We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on gender, race, age, religion, disability, or other local protected class. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive environment for all employees, and we welcome the diversity that you will bring!If you are looking for a rapid-growth environment and great teams to work with, you should apply now.We are sorry to inform you that only shortlisted candidates will be notified as we may be overwhelmed by the number of applicants coming into our system; hence if you do not get a reply from us - don’t give up on us just yet!We encourage you also to check out our career site at https://www.codapayments.com/careers - we may have other suitable openings for you.
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Policy Specialist, Korea Regional Lead, Legal Removals (Korean)
Google IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.3 years of work experience.Experience in policy, legal operations, regulatory environment, or content moderation in similar industries.Ability to speak and write in English and Korean fluently.Preferred qualifications:Experience working with one of the following: Internet technologies, related policy and regulatory environments and challenges affecting the internet, free expression, online safety, and content moderation.Experience using data/technology to identify and solve complex business challenges, or experience diagnosing operational pain points and leading efforts to reduce these issues.Knowledge or practical experience in the area of human rights.Knowledge and understanding of the Korean socio-political landscape, current events, and cultural nuances.Excellent project management and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively with cross-functional partners.About The JobTrust & Safety team members are tasked with identifying and taking on the biggest problems that challenge the safety and integrity of our products. They use technical know-how, excellent problem-solving skills, user insights, and proactive communication to protect users and our partners from abuse across Google products like Search, Maps, Gmail, and Google Ads. On this team, you're a big-picture thinker and strategic team-player with a passion for doing what’s right. You work globally and cross-functionally with Google engineers and product managers to identify and fight abuse and fraud cases at Google speed - with urgency. And you take pride in knowing that every day you are working hard to promote trust in Google and ensuring the highest levels of user safety.The Legal Removals team aims to inspire user trust by balancing freedom of expression, access to information, brand impact, and user experience, to transform Google’s principles into fair guidelines for using our products.As a Policy Specialist, you will be the key to ensuring the success of your team by analyzing and creating policies, coordinating communications across the team, and thinking about the broader implications of the actions we take. You will join a team responsible for managing APAC issues on content removal requests, and influencing cross-functional stakeholders to prioritize users’ and Legal Removals’ needs. This may include developing/launching policies and processes to scale requirements from upcoming legislation regarding content moderation issues (like violent extremism, copyright, defamation, or data protection). You’ll also manage legal removal requests (including government requests) from receipt to resolution, which entails reviewing and processing online content based on internal policy.At Google we work hard to earn our users’ trust every day. Trust & Safety is Google’s team of abuse fighting and user trust experts working daily to make the internet a safer place. We partner with teams across Google to deliver bold solutions in abuse areas such as malware, spam and account hijacking. A diverse team of Analysts, Policy Specialists, Engineers, and Program Managers, we work to reduce risk and fight abuse across all of Google’s products, protecting our users, advertisers, and publishers across the globe in over 40 languages.ResponsibilitiesDevelop, launch, and enforce scalable policies and processes for managing legal content removal requests from Korea and APAC more generally, and drive innovation regarding best practices for implementing such policies.Analyze policy and legal challenges facing technology platforms and make recommendations on how Google should address them.Serve as a strategic advisor and liaison to cross-functional stakeholders, including Legal, Public Policy, Trust and Safety, and Engineering, and drive and coordinate the development and maintenance of Legal Removals tools and processes.Engage and communicate with users, governments, and other internal/external stakeholders on policy issues, and resolve high-profile policy escalations to ensure policy analysis and recommendations consider all teams’ perspectives.Review sensitive content as needed (e.g. hate speech, violent extremism, etc.) and work occasional off-hours coverage rotations.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
Google
(IT / Development)
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.3 years of work experience.Experience in policy, legal operations, regulatory environment, or content moderation in similar industries.Ability to speak and write in English and Korean fluently.Preferred qualifications:Experience working with one of the following: Internet technologies, related policy and regulatory environments and challenges affecting the internet, free expression, online safety, and content moderation.Experience using data/technology to identify and solve complex business challenges, or experience diagnosing operational pain points and leading efforts to reduce these issues.Knowledge or practical experience in the area of human rights.Knowledge and understanding of the Korean socio-political landscape, current events, and cultural nuances.Excellent project management and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively with cross-functional partners.About The JobTrust & Safety team members are tasked with identifying and taking on the biggest problems that challenge the safety and integrity of our products. They use technical know-how, excellent problem-solving skills, user insights, and proactive communication to protect users and our partners from abuse across Google products like Search, Maps, Gmail, and Google Ads. On this team, you're a big-picture thinker and strategic team-player with a passion for doing what’s right. You work globally and cross-functionally with Google engineers and product managers to identify and fight abuse and fraud cases at Google speed - with urgency. And you take pride in knowing that every day you are working hard to promote trust in Google and ensuring the highest levels of user safety.The Legal Removals team aims to inspire user trust by balancing freedom of expression, access to information, brand impact, and user experience, to transform Google’s principles into fair guidelines for using our products.As a Policy Specialist, you will be the key to ensuring the success of your team by analyzing and creating policies, coordinating communications across the team, and thinking about the broader implications of the actions we take. You will join a team responsible for managing APAC issues on content removal requests, and influencing cross-functional stakeholders to prioritize users’ and Legal Removals’ needs. This may include developing/launching policies and processes to scale requirements from upcoming legislation regarding content moderation issues (like violent extremism, copyright, defamation, or data protection). You’ll also manage legal removal requests (including government requests) from receipt to resolution, which entails reviewing and processing online content based on internal policy.At Google we work hard to earn our users’ trust every day. Trust & Safety is Google’s team of abuse fighting and user trust experts working daily to make the internet a safer place. We partner with teams across Google to deliver bold solutions in abuse areas such as malware, spam and account hijacking. A diverse team of Analysts, Policy Specialists, Engineers, and Program Managers, we work to reduce risk and fight abuse across all of Google’s products, protecting our users, advertisers, and publishers across the globe in over 40 languages.ResponsibilitiesDevelop, launch, and enforce scalable policies and processes for managing legal content removal requests from Korea and APAC more generally, and drive innovation regarding best practices for implementing such policies.Analyze policy and legal challenges facing technology platforms and make recommendations on how Google should address them.Serve as a strategic advisor and liaison to cross-functional stakeholders, including Legal, Public Policy, Trust and Safety, and Engineering, and drive and coordinate the development and maintenance of Legal Removals tools and processes.Engage and communicate with users, governments, and other internal/external stakeholders on policy issues, and resolve high-profile policy escalations to ensure policy analysis and recommendations consider all teams’ perspectives.Review sensitive content as needed (e.g. hate speech, violent extremism, etc.) and work occasional off-hours coverage rotations.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
remote
remote
Legal Operations Manager
Google IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.7 years of experience in a law, policy, and/or operations role.Preferred qualifications:Experience managing a team.Experience working with internet technologies and related policy and regulatory environments.Knowledge of spreadsheet softwares, SQL, HTML, and/or Python.Excellent communication and presentation skills.Ability to speak and write in English and another language (i.e., French, German, Mandarin, etc.) as this role will be collaborating with customers across APAC, EMEA, and the Americas.About The JobOur Legal team needs more than attorneys to keep things moving. Our Legal Operations team is charged with improving and maintaining the Legal team's internal processes, systems and tools. Responsible for tracking objectives, coordinating financial planning and solving technology challenges, you are entrepreneurial, proactive and highly organized. You keep costs down, engage third-party vendors and make the Legal team's services better, faster and more efficient.As a part of the YouTube Legal Operations team, you will be dedicated to ensuring that YouTube is a place for users, viewers, and creators around the world to belong, create, and express themselves. Whether understanding and solving their online content concerns, navigating within global legal frameworks, or writing and enforcing worldwide policy, the team is on the frontlines of enhancing the YouTube experience, building internet safety, and protecting free speech in our ever-evolving digital world.As a Legal Operations Manager, you will uphold our values while balancing the legal and regulatory requirements we face around the world with the needs of YouTube's users, partners, and advertisers. You will manage legal issues and ensure that removal requests are processed efficiently and accurately. You will focus on delivering solutions and managing cross-functional projects that aim to help our team manage legal issues and regulatory risks. You will educate internal stakeholders and improve the YouTube legal removals experience for our users.20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for working with some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you address unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.ResponsibilitiesProvide technical project management mentorship across multiple projects and focus areas, such as tooling, transparency, and scaled operations.Plan and implement strategies for management of regulatory pressure and compliance efforts that scale to multiple markets.Process removal requests efficiently and accurately, including trademark issues, counterfeit issues, defamation issues, court orders, and requests from government agencies.Design and drive process improvements and infrastructure solutions to scale our operations and enhance operational quality.Develop internal and external educational materials, and design workflows to support the strategic directions of the business.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
Google
(IT / Development)
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.7 years of experience in a law, policy, and/or operations role.Preferred qualifications:Experience managing a team.Experience working with internet technologies and related policy and regulatory environments.Knowledge of spreadsheet softwares, SQL, HTML, and/or Python.Excellent communication and presentation skills.Ability to speak and write in English and another language (i.e., French, German, Mandarin, etc.) as this role will be collaborating with customers across APAC, EMEA, and the Americas.About The JobOur Legal team needs more than attorneys to keep things moving. Our Legal Operations team is charged with improving and maintaining the Legal team's internal processes, systems and tools. Responsible for tracking objectives, coordinating financial planning and solving technology challenges, you are entrepreneurial, proactive and highly organized. You keep costs down, engage third-party vendors and make the Legal team's services better, faster and more efficient.As a part of the YouTube Legal Operations team, you will be dedicated to ensuring that YouTube is a place for users, viewers, and creators around the world to belong, create, and express themselves. Whether understanding and solving their online content concerns, navigating within global legal frameworks, or writing and enforcing worldwide policy, the team is on the frontlines of enhancing the YouTube experience, building internet safety, and protecting free speech in our ever-evolving digital world.As a Legal Operations Manager, you will uphold our values while balancing the legal and regulatory requirements we face around the world with the needs of YouTube's users, partners, and advertisers. You will manage legal issues and ensure that removal requests are processed efficiently and accurately. You will focus on delivering solutions and managing cross-functional projects that aim to help our team manage legal issues and regulatory risks. You will educate internal stakeholders and improve the YouTube legal removals experience for our users.20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for working with some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you address unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.ResponsibilitiesProvide technical project management mentorship across multiple projects and focus areas, such as tooling, transparency, and scaled operations.Plan and implement strategies for management of regulatory pressure and compliance efforts that scale to multiple markets.Process removal requests efficiently and accurately, including trademark issues, counterfeit issues, defamation issues, court orders, and requests from government agencies.Design and drive process improvements and infrastructure solutions to scale our operations and enhance operational quality.Develop internal and external educational materials, and design workflows to support the strategic directions of the business.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
remote
remote
Compliance Officer
BRDGE (Financial services)
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
BRDGE Technology Pte Ltd is an online debt-based crowdfunding platform, focused on creating a community of investors and fund seekers across Asia. We are a well-funded Fintech company that is established in Cambodia, Taiwan, Philippines and Singapore; well poised for further expansion into the rest of Asia. Currently, we are looking for a person with an adventurous mindset who has the capacity, capability and creativity in ensuring our platform upholds best practices in compliance and business risk. The ideal applicant for the position of Compliance Officer is someone who is well grounded in MAS (Securities and Futures Act) regulations and is excited about building an effective compliance program for the Fintech industry.Responsibilities:Manage day-to-day anti-fraud and risk control processes for case resolutionInitiate and maintain AML/CFT/KYC procedures to protect the interests of the community and companyPerform the role of independent oversight to ensure that compliance concerns are being addressed appropriatelyDevelop and maintain compliance policies to ensure the company is in line with regulatory guidelines and industry practicesDevelop, implement and manage the Risk Management frameworkManage the implementation of all aspects of the risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risksConduct compliance & risk assessments and on-going screeningEnsuring alignment of Risk Management framework to group policiesDevelop and monitor the policies and procedures of various departments to ensure they are up to dateSupport other ad-hoc duties and projects Your skillsets and requirementsMinimum Diploma holder with at least 1 year of relevant compliance experience in financial institutions, such as banks, securities or audit firmsHands-on experience in dealing with suspicious users and transactionsStrong problem solving and communication skills (especially in written English)Has demonstrated knowledge of risk management with experience setting up and implementing risk frameworksAble to work in a fast paced environment What We OfferFreedom to explore and create to enhance our compliance and risk control operationsAccess to compliance experts who will support your compliance endeavorsAccess to business experts who will augment your compliance considerationEnergetic working environment with a close knit and highly spirited team of people
BRDGE
(Financial services)
BRDGE Technology Pte Ltd is an online debt-based crowdfunding platform, focused on creating a community of investors and fund seekers across Asia. We are a well-funded Fintech company that is established in Cambodia, Taiwan, Philippines and Singapore; well poised for further expansion into the rest of Asia. Currently, we are looking for a person with an adventurous mindset who has the capacity, capability and creativity in ensuring our platform upholds best practices in compliance and business risk. The ideal applicant for the position of Compliance Officer is someone who is well grounded in MAS (Securities and Futures Act) regulations and is excited about building an effective compliance program for the Fintech industry.Responsibilities:Manage day-to-day anti-fraud and risk control processes for case resolutionInitiate and maintain AML/CFT/KYC procedures to protect the interests of the community and companyPerform the role of independent oversight to ensure that compliance concerns are being addressed appropriatelyDevelop and maintain compliance policies to ensure the company is in line with regulatory guidelines and industry practicesDevelop, implement and manage the Risk Management frameworkManage the implementation of all aspects of the risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risksConduct compliance & risk assessments and on-going screeningEnsuring alignment of Risk Management framework to group policiesDevelop and monitor the policies and procedures of various departments to ensure they are up to dateSupport other ad-hoc duties and projects Your skillsets and requirementsMinimum Diploma holder with at least 1 year of relevant compliance experience in financial institutions, such as banks, securities or audit firmsHands-on experience in dealing with suspicious users and transactionsStrong problem solving and communication skills (especially in written English)Has demonstrated knowledge of risk management with experience setting up and implementing risk frameworksAble to work in a fast paced environment What We OfferFreedom to explore and create to enhance our compliance and risk control operationsAccess to compliance experts who will support your compliance endeavorsAccess to business experts who will augment your compliance considerationEnergetic working environment with a close knit and highly spirited team of people
remote
remote
Policy Specialist, Copyright, Legal Removals, Trust and Safety
Google IT / Development
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.Experience working with one of the following: Internet technologies, related policy, and regulatory environments and challenges affecting the internet, free expression, online safety, and content moderation.Preferred qualifications:Experience using data/technology to identify and solve complex business challenges, or experience diagnosing operational pain points and leading efforts to reduce these issues.Experience working with, influencing, and communicating with a broad array of cross-functional stakeholders.Understanding of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the European Union Copyright Directive, and other copyright regulations, including their application to online content.Ability to work effectively with cross-functional partners.Ability to translate complex challenges into simple and clear language.Excellent project management and communication skills.About The JobTrust & Safety team members are tasked with identifying and taking on the biggest problems that challenge the safety and integrity of our products. They use technical know-how, excellent problem-solving skills, user insights, and proactive communication to protect users and our partners from abuse across Google products like Search, Maps, Gmail, and Google Ads. On this team, you're a big-picture thinker and strategic team-player with a passion for doing what’s right. You work globally and cross-functionally with Google engineers and product managers to identify and fight abuse and fraud cases at Google speed - with urgency. And you take pride in knowing that every day you are working hard to promote trust in Google and ensuring the highest levels of user safety.The Legal Removals team aims to inspire user trust by balancing freedom of expression, access to information, brand impact, and user experience, to transform Google’s principles into fair guidelines for using our products.At Google we work hard to earn our users’ trust every day. Trust & Safety is Google’s team of abuse fighting and user trust experts working daily to make the internet a safer place. We partner with teams across Google to deliver bold solutions in abuse areas such as malware, spam and account hijacking. A diverse team of Analysts, Policy Specialists, Engineers, and Program Managers, we work to reduce risk and fight abuse across all of Google’s products, protecting our users, advertisers, and publishers across the globe in over 40 languages.ResponsibilitiesAnalyze policy and legal challenges facing technology platforms and make recommendations on how we should address them, and serve as a strategic advisor and liaison to cross-functional stakeholders, including Legal, Public Policy, Trust and Safety, and Engineering.Develop, launch, and enforce scalable policies and processes for managing legal removals requests with a focus on copyright, and drive innovation regarding best practices.Partner with Technical teams to drive and coordinate the development and maintenance of Legal Removals tools and processes.Engage and communicate with users, governments, and other internal and external stakeholders on policy issues, and resolve high-profile policy escalations to ensure legal policy analysis and recommendations consider all teams’ perspectives.Review sensitive content (e.g. hate speech, violent extremism, etc.) and participate in occasional off-hours coverage rotations.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
Google
(IT / Development)
Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.Experience working with one of the following: Internet technologies, related policy, and regulatory environments and challenges affecting the internet, free expression, online safety, and content moderation.Preferred qualifications:Experience using data/technology to identify and solve complex business challenges, or experience diagnosing operational pain points and leading efforts to reduce these issues.Experience working with, influencing, and communicating with a broad array of cross-functional stakeholders.Understanding of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the European Union Copyright Directive, and other copyright regulations, including their application to online content.Ability to work effectively with cross-functional partners.Ability to translate complex challenges into simple and clear language.Excellent project management and communication skills.About The JobTrust & Safety team members are tasked with identifying and taking on the biggest problems that challenge the safety and integrity of our products. They use technical know-how, excellent problem-solving skills, user insights, and proactive communication to protect users and our partners from abuse across Google products like Search, Maps, Gmail, and Google Ads. On this team, you're a big-picture thinker and strategic team-player with a passion for doing what’s right. You work globally and cross-functionally with Google engineers and product managers to identify and fight abuse and fraud cases at Google speed - with urgency. And you take pride in knowing that every day you are working hard to promote trust in Google and ensuring the highest levels of user safety.The Legal Removals team aims to inspire user trust by balancing freedom of expression, access to information, brand impact, and user experience, to transform Google’s principles into fair guidelines for using our products.At Google we work hard to earn our users’ trust every day. Trust & Safety is Google’s team of abuse fighting and user trust experts working daily to make the internet a safer place. We partner with teams across Google to deliver bold solutions in abuse areas such as malware, spam and account hijacking. A diverse team of Analysts, Policy Specialists, Engineers, and Program Managers, we work to reduce risk and fight abuse across all of Google’s products, protecting our users, advertisers, and publishers across the globe in over 40 languages.ResponsibilitiesAnalyze policy and legal challenges facing technology platforms and make recommendations on how we should address them, and serve as a strategic advisor and liaison to cross-functional stakeholders, including Legal, Public Policy, Trust and Safety, and Engineering.Develop, launch, and enforce scalable policies and processes for managing legal removals requests with a focus on copyright, and drive innovation regarding best practices.Partner with Technical teams to drive and coordinate the development and maintenance of Legal Removals tools and processes.Engage and communicate with users, governments, and other internal and external stakeholders on policy issues, and resolve high-profile policy escalations to ensure legal policy analysis and recommendations consider all teams’ perspectives.Review sensitive content (e.g. hate speech, violent extremism, etc.) and participate in occasional off-hours coverage rotations.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form .
Head of Legal
AlphaSearch IT / Development
Yangon Negotiable
Job DescriptionExpatriate Leadership PositionMyanmar & International MarketsLocation: YangonThe CompanyThe company is a Myanmar conglomerate and which has been progressively enhancing its capabilities across multiple business divisions including automotive, industrial chemicals, pharma/consumer product manufacturing & distribution and trading. The company continues to grow, bolstered by its international operations. It now wishes to appoint a senior In-House Head of LegalThe PositionReporting to the Group CEO, the appointed individual will be focused towards Group commercial activities and specifically responsible for the review and preparation of commercial agreements and contracts relating to product distribution, sales & purchase and contract manufacturing whilst offering supporting advise relating to Myanmar and regulations in its overseas markets relating to production and distribution of its consumer products, intellectual property, trademarks, tax and corporate governance. The role will include the drafting and negotiation of contracts, the management and resolution of disputes (contract termination, litigation) whilst overseeing compliance to local laws. The appointed candidate will liaise with external lawyers and provide appropriate guidance and recommendations to the senior management team as a business partner. This is a permanent position based in Yangon whilst the scope will include Myanmar, Singapore and US.The PersonInterested candidates will offer a Law Degree from a noted law school and a minimum of 8+ years’ PQE legal advocacy experience that combines Private Practice and, preferably, prior In-House experience. Interested candidates must offer current or prior international professional work experience, an excellent command of English complete with high energy and an ability to resourcefully seek solutions.The company will offer the successful candidate a salary in the region of USD$9,000-10,000+/- net supported by additional expatriate benefits.
AlphaSearch
(IT / Development)
Job DescriptionExpatriate Leadership PositionMyanmar & International MarketsLocation: YangonThe CompanyThe company is a Myanmar conglomerate and which has been progressively enhancing its capabilities across multiple business divisions including automotive, industrial chemicals, pharma/consumer product manufacturing & distribution and trading. The company continues to grow, bolstered by its international operations. It now wishes to appoint a senior In-House Head of LegalThe PositionReporting to the Group CEO, the appointed individual will be focused towards Group commercial activities and specifically responsible for the review and preparation of commercial agreements and contracts relating to product distribution, sales & purchase and contract manufacturing whilst offering supporting advise relating to Myanmar and regulations in its overseas markets relating to production and distribution of its consumer products, intellectual property, trademarks, tax and corporate governance. The role will include the drafting and negotiation of contracts, the management and resolution of disputes (contract termination, litigation) whilst overseeing compliance to local laws. The appointed candidate will liaise with external lawyers and provide appropriate guidance and recommendations to the senior management team as a business partner. This is a permanent position based in Yangon whilst the scope will include Myanmar, Singapore and US.The PersonInterested candidates will offer a Law Degree from a noted law school and a minimum of 8+ years’ PQE legal advocacy experience that combines Private Practice and, preferably, prior In-House experience. Interested candidates must offer current or prior international professional work experience, an excellent command of English complete with high energy and an ability to resourcefully seek solutions.The company will offer the successful candidate a salary in the region of USD$9,000-10,000+/- net supported by additional expatriate benefits.
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