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Compliance Manager

Candex

Candex

Legal, Sales & Business Development
England, UK
Posted on Wednesday, May 8, 2024

About

Candex is a rapidly growing private global B2B fintech company on a mission to reshape the way businesses transact. Our tech-based solution makes purchasing fast and easy for enterprise buyers. Recognized in the ProcureTech 100 for Procurement Innovation, our SaaS Platform and accompanying services completely transform the buying experience for large companies around the globe. Buyers enjoy the simplicity of Candex for their purchases, vendors get paid faster, and procurement teams love the increased control they gain over purchases — Everyone wins!

We serve companies in the Global 2,000 and our existing clients include some of the world’s biggest corporations. We’ve raised over $85M from leading investors including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, American Express, Altos, Craft, and NFX. Available in almost 50 countries, Candex is expanding our already robust footprint and is looking for ambitious, fun people to join us on our mission to revolutionize the way businesses engage and pay their suppliers.

Position Overview

This is a dynamic role which spans diverse compliance topics from supporting the General Counsel in tracking new regulatory developments, developing and updating policies, procedures and training resources, responding to customer questionnaires, and tracking internal compliance with company policies and procedures.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in maintaining and overseeing Candex's corporate compliance program.
  • Update compliance policies and procedures, including Code of Conduct, Anti-Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions Compliance, and Health & Safety, among others.
  • Pursue initiatives which promote a culture of compliance and embed compliance in the daily activities of Candex employees.
  • Collaborate with Compliance colleagues, HR, and other stakeholders to execute training and awareness initiatives.
  • Collaborate with leadership on CSR and ESG initiatives.
  • Cultivate the Compliance brand through the development and maintenance of annual training sessions, and oversee employee compliance with training requirements.
  • Manage metrics and reporting, including annual compliance, CSR, and other company reports.
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional stakeholders to develop compliance resources for employees and to respond to customer inquiries.
  • Respond to customer compliance questionnaires covering topics including anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, safety and environmental controls.
  • Support compliance and related initiatives identified by senior leadership.

Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree (BA or BS)
  • Three to six years of experience in compliance at an international company
  • Experience drafting policies, procedures and reports
  • Anti-bribery/anti-corruption and anti-money laundering subject-matter expertise
  • Experience with general compliance topics (e.g., conflicts of interest, anti-harassment, ethical business practices)
  • CSR/ESG experience is a plus

Why Work With Us

  • Competitive compensation
  • Unlimited PTO and a flexible working environment
  • We are humble, hungry, intelligent and collaborative
  • Home Office Setup
  • Team-building off-sites and outings

Equal Opportunity Employer

Studies indicate that individuals from marginalized backgrounds, including women, often choose to apply for positions only when they fulfill all listed requirements. However, if you find that this role resonates with you even though you don't match every criterion, we strongly encourage you to get in touch with us. Our commitment to being an equal opportunity employer drives us to cultivate a workplace that celebrates diversity and inclusivity, embracing individuals from various backgrounds. Our hiring process prioritizes skills and abilities, and our wide-reaching outlook is something we take great pride in. Feel free to reach out!