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Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) is a listed, FCA-regulated alternative asset manager operating on a global basis with a track record of over 30 years of investment excellence.
As of 30 June 2020, it manages €45.6bn of assets in third party funds and proprietary capital across a range of alternative investment strategies in private and public debt, private equity and real assets. Performance has been strong, with 209% growth in total AUM over five years, and the company has recently entered the FTSE100.
The company has grown rapidly over the past decade, more than doubling assets under management and people, and continues to cement its position as an innovator and a leader in alternative asset management. It is a market leader in product innovation and has raised over €10bn in new commitments from its clients over the last financial year across a range of investment strategies.
In the last 10 years, the business has delivered TSR of 427%, which contrasts with the FTSE All share of 54% over the same period. Today, the business employs over 424 people in 13 countries around the world. EMEA accounts for 38% of ICG’s client base, the UK & Ireland 17%, Americas 23% and Asia 22%. The firm is well positioned for growth and benefits from the long-term trend of increased demand for alternative investments, with very a long-term contracted asset and fee base.
Benoît Durteste, formerly the firm’s most senior investment leader, was promoted to CEO and Chief Investment Officer in 2017 and Lord Davies of Abersoch was appointed Chairman in October 2019. In May 2019, Vijay Bharadia joined to become Chief Financial and Operating Officer, having previously been one of the driving forces behind the manifold expansion of Blackstone’s ex-US business.
Culturally, ICG’s core values are centred around integrity; delivering for clients; entrepreneurialism and innovation; a disciplined, responsible approach to risk and business management; and high levels of individual and corporate ambition.
ICG is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion as a key business driver of the future and has taken formal and informal steps to implement this agenda. In 2018, ICG signed up to the Women in Finance Charter and committed to have 30% of senior executive roles held by women by 2023. The company has also anchored diversity and inclusion as a key deliverable for its top management team.
ICG has a strong focus on Corporate and Social Responsibility, with a bias towards promoting opportunities for young people and a commitment to expanding the Company’s contribution to the community, including running an award-winning programme for disadvantaged London youth.
As a Financial Crime Compliance Manager, you will:
- assist in ensuring ICG’s financial crime (Anti-bribery & Corruption, Fraud, Anti-money laundering/KYC and counter Terrorist Financing, Sanctions and Tax Evasion) framework enables ICG to comply with all relevant anti-money laundering, counter terrorist financing regulations, sanctions legislation and other financial crime legislation; and
- have day-to-day responsibility for the execution of the framework and for monitoring financial crime compliance across all relevant parts of the ICG Group and any outsourced functions.
- Assist in the continual evolution of an effective financial crime compliance framework and the development of financial crime compliance governance arrangements
- Assist in the assessment of financial crime risks (ABC, Fraud, AML and CTF, Sanctions and Tax Evasion) ensuring matters that fall outside of appetite are identified, escalated to the Group MLRO / senior management and remediated
- Assist in the establishment, maintenance and monitoring of financial crime controls in support of the business strategy
- Assist in drafting and implementing financial crime policies, processes, systems and controls in operation throughout the ICG Group and where relevant in the oversight of outsourced activities, especially Fund Administrators
- Assist in assessing the impact of emerging financial crime regulation and legislation and oversee its implementation across all strategies
- Making decisions and recommendations on complex issues
- Prepare and submit financial crime management information to the MLRO and draft reports to relevant Committees and Boards including the annual MLRO and financial crime reports
- Support and provide SME input into all types of Financial Crime training
- Submission of Suspicious Activity Reports to the NCA or other law enforcement to comply with the legislative and regulatory requirements
- Perform KYC tasks, including monitoring and tracking of the KYC records, assisting with the development and execution of action planning for expiring records, and ensuring records are not past due
- Collect and Review all information and documentation ensuring compliance with local regulation and ICG standards
- Create, develop and deliver relevant training to business and functional partners.
- Additional duties as assigned
- Recent working knowledge of AML legislation and regulatory requirements.
- Previous experience in the application of KYC/CDD/EDD requirements - desirable.
- Commitment to understanding ICG specific principles and business knowledge related to AML regulations.
- Must be able to multi-task and complete projects on time.
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to influence others and obtain buy-in
- Excellent relationship builder
- Results focused
- Creative problem solving
- Strong commercial mind-set
- Ability to convert the “Rule Book” into pragmatic and practical decisions in a business context
- Ability to lead and motivate others
- Trustworthy and respected
- Ability to work across multiple cultures
- Investment Executives
- Fund Administrators
- Compliance team
- Legal team
- Risk team
- Compliance advisory firms
- Law firms
- Financial Crime Agencies