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    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$10,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the companyOne of the largest pharmaceutical companies is looking to expand the regional compliance team, hence looking to hire a Regional Compliance Executive to assist on the overall ethics and compliance program. about the job. Reporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across APAC region. Besides, you will assist to conduct and supervise compliance and ethics risk assessments, monitoring, evaluation and associated incident handling and remedial actions, as well as delivering training and communications on the Compliance programs. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and manage compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary.Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant training. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5 years of experience in handling compliance and risk management. Candidates from the healthcare or pharmaceutical industries are highly preferred but not mandatory. Familiarity with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills are the key components for this position.To apply online please use the 'apply' function.(EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the companyOne of the largest pharmaceutical companies is looking to expand the regional compliance team, hence looking to hire a Regional Compliance Executive to assist on the overall ethics and compliance program. about the job. Reporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across APAC region. Besides, you will assist to conduct and supervise compliance and ethics risk assessments, monitoring, evaluation and associated incident handling and remedial actions, as well as delivering training and communications on the Compliance programs. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and manage compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary.Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant training. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5 years of experience in handling compliance and risk management. Candidates from the healthcare or pharmaceutical industries are highly preferred but not mandatory. Familiarity with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills are the key components for this position.To apply online please use the 'apply' function.(EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$6,000 - S$9,500 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a well-established corporate service provider including corporate, wealth management, funds, disputes and other services that has global existence in more than 10 jurisdictions.about the jobJob scope entails managing the full spectrum of corporate secretarial duties including company incorporations, registration of foreign branches, preparation of resolutions, etc. Assisting in risk assessment and conducting necessary due diligence for new and existing clients as well as liaising with legal counsels and other parties including accountants, auditors and external third parties to ensure smooth transition. Ensuring compliance with relevant statutory and regulatory requirements by both the company and clients.Part of the duties also included preparing and overseeing production of client invoices in line with agreed fee quotes and monitoring payment process. Conducting periodic reviews of KYC and CDD information of existing relationships including but not limited to higher risk relationships to ensure their profile remains updated. Assist on corporate governance review and ensure statutory filings in accordance with the applicable deadlines. Other corporate or ad-hoc duties as required.about the manager/teamreporting to the Director and supervising junior executivesskills and experience requiredAt least 5 years of experience working as a corporate secretarial executive, preferably a member of ICSA or working towards the qualification, strong attention to detail with the ability to work efficiently and accurately as well as the ability to follow up on pending items in a timely fashion.To apply online please use the 'apply' function.(EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client is a well-established corporate service provider including corporate, wealth management, funds, disputes and other services that has global existence in more than 10 jurisdictions.about the jobJob scope entails managing the full spectrum of corporate secretarial duties including company incorporations, registration of foreign branches, preparation of resolutions, etc. Assisting in risk assessment and conducting necessary due diligence for new and existing clients as well as liaising with legal counsels and other parties including accountants, auditors and external third parties to ensure smooth transition. Ensuring compliance with relevant statutory and regulatory requirements by both the company and clients.Part of the duties also included preparing and overseeing production of client invoices in line with agreed fee quotes and monitoring payment process. Conducting periodic reviews of KYC and CDD information of existing relationships including but not limited to higher risk relationships to ensure their profile remains updated. Assist on corporate governance review and ensure statutory filings in accordance with the applicable deadlines. Other corporate or ad-hoc duties as required.about the manager/teamreporting to the Director and supervising junior executivesskills and experience requiredAt least 5 years of experience working as a corporate secretarial executive, preferably a member of ICSA or working towards the qualification, strong attention to detail with the ability to work efficiently and accurately as well as the ability to follow up on pending items in a timely fashion.To apply online please use the 'apply' function.(EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$7,000 - S$11,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. A well-known technology solution provider specialises in the area of security and defence is looking for a Corporate Counsel.about the jobOn a daily basis, you are expected to provide legal advice to the business, assisting in handling legal matters and negotiating of standard and complex contracts across Singapore business and covering certain Middle East Countries. It is also essential to manage legal and business risks, advising the company stakeholders regarding the company policies for its operation. You are also required to resolve legal disputes and filing legal paperwork as necessary. The job scope also includes compliance work as well as managing data privacy. Besides, you will examine and report any potential or existing legal issues to the relevant authorities. skills and experience requiredDegree in Law and admitted to practice in Singapore or any common law jurisdiction with at least 3-5 PQE. Regional work experience is advantageous but not mandatory. Possess excellent negotiation skills, with strong business acumen and leadership skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. A well-known technology solution provider specialises in the area of security and defence is looking for a Corporate Counsel.about the jobOn a daily basis, you are expected to provide legal advice to the business, assisting in handling legal matters and negotiating of standard and complex contracts across Singapore business and covering certain Middle East Countries. It is also essential to manage legal and business risks, advising the company stakeholders regarding the company policies for its operation. You are also required to resolve legal disputes and filing legal paperwork as necessary. The job scope also includes compliance work as well as managing data privacy. Besides, you will examine and report any potential or existing legal issues to the relevant authorities. skills and experience requiredDegree in Law and admitted to practice in Singapore or any common law jurisdiction with at least 3-5 PQE. Regional work experience is advantageous but not mandatory. Possess excellent negotiation skills, with strong business acumen and leadership skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )

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