Assistant Manager - Compliance

Published by Jobstanzania on 12:16:00 am

Diamond Trust Bank (DTB) Tanzania is consistently ranked amongst the most successful banks in the country with Profit before Tax increasing at a CAGR of 32% over the last 5 years. With 23 operational branches in Tanzania.

DTB is looking for capable and qualified individuals to fill the following position:-

Assistant Manager - Compliance

Reporting to the Head of Compliance, Assistant Manager-Compliance will be responsible for day to day compliance checks and reporting on the status of bank- wide compliance with internal policies, procedures, limits as well as regulatory norms.

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure compliance activities are performed as per the compliance work plan and program
  • Assist in identification and monitoring of compliance risk as per the bank policy and risk management guidelines
  • Ensure adherence to recommendations by internal and external auditors, primary regulator, other regulatory authorities and government agencies
  • Preparation of daily, monthly and quarterly reports for submission to management and to the Board of Directors.
  • Coordination of business continuity management activities/program and tests as per policy
  • Execution of periodic compliance reviews aimed at raising red flags to the management on non-compliance for timely rectification.

Knowledge and experience

  • Excellent report writing skills.
  • Comprehensive understanding of banking operations as well as good knowledge on prudential regulations in banking
  • University degree or equivalent qualification in Accounting
  • A minimum of 3-5 years banking experience, particularly in audit or compliance functions.

How To Apply:

If you meet the above requirements email:

Covering letter clearly indicating position applied for.
Your Curriculum vitae with copies of formal education certificates and transcripts.
The application must be sent digitally only through Email - recruitmentjune@dimondtrust.co.tz  

Apply Before 15th June 2015

Details Source: The Guardian 5th June 2015



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