Req ID:  3694

Hong Kong, China

Date:  12-Mar-2023

Manager, Compliance

Job Description

Based in Hong Kong, the Compliance Manager is a key part of the Legal and Compliance Department (LCD). You will work in a small but dedicated team with global coverage. You will be reporting to Head of Compliance and responsible for a wide variety of tasks, including implementing and supporting the Company’s global compliance program.

Your main areas of responsibility will include:

  • Training and communications:
    • Provide training and communications to employees globally on subject such as anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, third party due diligence, etc. 
  • Policies and procedures:
    • Support the drafting or revision of global compliance policies and procedures.
    • Implement procedures that can detect and prevent instances of illegal, unethical, or improper conduct by employees, agents, suppliers, contractors or other parties dealing with the company
  • Third-party risk management:
    • Conduct third-party due diligence and help improve the company’s global supplier/customer risk management.
  • Internal investigations:
    • Manage the company’s whistleblowing hotline and the end-to-end investigation process.
  • Ad-hoc projects:
    • You might be asked to lead or support ad-hoc projects such as fraud investigations, corruption risk assessments, accounting controls, etc.
  • Management of Compliance program:
    • Liaise with cross-functional teams within the company, service providers or outside counsel.


Key Requirements


  • 5 years + of experience in compliance, specifically in AML, anti-corruption, international sanctions.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance and Accounting  from a prestige university.
  • Certification such as CAMS, CFE, is a plus.
  • Regional experience across Asia, including China; global experience would be a plus.
  • Proficient in English, Mandarin and/or Cantonese. 
  • Strategic problem solver who is able to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and recognizes the importance of building effective relationships and establishing trust and a collaborative working relationship with business colleagues.
  • Mature and detail-oriented team player with a strong work ethic and sound business judgment, able to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion.
  • Plans, organizes and prioritizes workload and deadlines, keeps colleagues informed and manages expectations.

DFS is an equal opportunity employer. It is the Company’s policy and practice to employ, promote and treat all employees and applicants on the basis of merit, qualifications and competency and to provide all employees with a workplace that is free of discrimination. Employment decisions are based on qualifications such as education, work experience and talent, and are made without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other basis protected by law.