|Salary Range||SGD 5000 - SGD 8000|
|Experience Required||1 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Headquartered in Singapore, ASPIRE is a technology organization that serves small businesses with convenient & inclusive financial services across Southeast Asia. An Aspire Account is opened online with a few easy steps and gives customers access to a large variety of financial services including debit, credit and card products
We built Aspire from the ground with one thing in mind - serve small business owners with speed and simplicity. No long waits, paperwork, or hidden fees like other financial institutions - so business owners could concentrate on growing their businesses.
Aspire is backed by Y-Combinator - #1 startup incubator in the world - and has raised from some of the world’s best VCs.
You will be responsible for :
Providing compliance advice to the business to ensure compliance with internal policies and regulatory requirements.
Proactively identifying current/potential compliance issues and ensuring these are appropriately escalated so that appropriate remedial actions are taken in a timely manner.
Acting as the main point of contact for any correspondence with regulatory authorities.
Advising the business on any changes /updates on requirements from regulatory bodies.
Reviewing and updating compliance policies and procedures.
Conducting training on compliance matters to raise compliance awareness across the organisation.
You have at least 1 year experience including solid experience in a similar role within Financial Services.
You have solid experience in a regional role ideally including experience covering Rest of Asia and Southeast Asia.
You possess excellent communication and business partnering skills and can collaborate effectively with multiple stakeholders.
You are a strong mentor and coach who builds high performing teams
You possess strong analytical skills and are comfortable dealing with numerical data
You are highly goal driven and work well in fast paced environments
What's on Offer?
Fantastic work culture
Flexible working options
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