This position could either be part or full time depending on experience.
Informa has established a Group Compliance function, which is responsible for the maintenance, execution and enforcement of the Group Compliance Program.
Each Division of Informa is responsible for implementing the Group Compliance Program as appropriate by way of a Divisional Compliance Program.
The purpose of this role is to develop and manage the Divisional Compliance Program for Informa Markets. The successful candidate will act as a technical resource to Informa Markets, providing advice and assistance with the practical consequences of complying with relevant compliance obligations.
The role is suited to an experienced project manager with a can-do’ attitude, able to make a positive impact from day one.
The successful candidate will possess the ability to multi-task and take a pragmatic approach to compliance in a fast-paced commercial environment.
Developing and managing the Divisional Compliance Program for Informa Markets, working closely with the Divisional legal team and the Group Compliance function
Providing front-line ad-hoc’ advice in relation to anti-bribery and corruption, international trade sanctions, modern slavery and other compliance obligations, keeping abreast of legislative changes and regulatory developments around the world
Monitoring the Divisional gifts and hospitality register
Developing a Divisional approach to third party due diligence (e.g. identifying a due diligence process and escalation methodology to cover key regulatory requirements)
Working with the Divisional legal team to develop a process for sales agents (e.g. due diligence, contracts, record-keeping and training)
Developing and delivering colleague training on a range of compliance topics and conducting awareness raising activities
Supporting the Divisional legal team and the Group Compliance function in investigating and responding to alleged violations of rules, policies and standards of conduct relevant to the Division
Maintaining a register of Divisional joint ventures / key partnerships and ensuring a culture of compliance is appropriately embedded in these parts of the business
Excellent working knowledge of global anti-bribery and corruption, international trade sanctions, modern slavery and other compliance obligations
University graduate with minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a compliance and / or legal role
Excellent oral and written English communication skills
Excellent organisational, project management and administrative skills
Demonstrated ability to identify, prioritise and resolve issues promptly and effectively in a commercial and practical manner
Confident individual with a proactive attitude
Integrity and high professional ethics
Ability to handle information and business affairs confidentially
Recognised compliance and / or legal qualifications, demonstrating commitment to the field
Additional language skills
Familiarity with the events industry