Along with Legal and working in liaison with the various Business Units, Resources (credit/operations) functions and other departments of the SG Group, the Compliance Department provides assistance on regulatory and compliance matters, such as:
· Drawing up policies, principles and procedures aimed at meeting the demands of regulatory authorities in Canada in the area of Compliance so that customer interests and the Group's reputation can be protected.
· Ensuring the observance of the laws and regulations applicable in terms of conduct of business rules by SG Canadian entities that provide corporate financing and investment services.
· Proposing rules and procedures designed to ensure the fulfillment of obligations with regard to combating the laundering of capital originating from drug trafficking and organized crime, and the financing of terrorist organizations, in accordance with prevailing laws.
· Ensuring the observance of personal ethics rules applicable to all employees located in Canada.
Particularly, the market activities surveillance team focuses on the following:
· Ensure applicable regulatory requirements are respected (e.g. IIROC Rules, Montreal Exchange Rules, National Instruments, Securities Laws, etc.)
· Surveillance of transactions on financial instruments executed on the marketplace
· Contribute, review and implement market-related policies and procedures Perform and oversee regulatory reporting
- Perfom data reconciliation in relation to market activities.
- Maintain filing system for current files and archiving of documents, projects and communications of the market activities surveillance team.
- Track and maintain records of emails, communications and follow-ups on compliance files .
- Provide administrative support to the team when required.
- Work in close cooperation with other members of the Compliance Department.
- Perform other related tasks.
***Please note that this is a full time 40 hours per week Internship.
Technical experience :
- Studies in management, business administration or in a field relevant to the position
- Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office (in-depth knowledge in Excel is a plus)
- Excellent oral and written communication (French and English)
- Critical/ analytical thinking
- Strong intellectual curiosity: interest in the banking sector, interest in technology,
- Team spirit / sense of responsibility
- Problem solving skills,
- Attentive to details,
- Organizational skills
- Autonomy / initiative
- Must be able to multitask
Need to be currently enrolled in a Canadian University level academic program
Societe Generale opened its Canadian headquarters in Montreal in 1974 to offer its financial services to corporations, financial institutions and governments. The Toronto and Calgary offices were opened in 1978 and 2006 respectively.
We now employ over four hundred people, both in the traditional banking sector (investment banking, funds and trading activities) and in the field of information technology, with the opening of our SG Montreal Solutions Centre subsidiary which, thanks to its geographical location and its cultural diversity, provides computer support and development for the New York and Paris teams.
Interested in Corporate Social Responsibility matters such as contributing to the protection of the environment or giving back to the local communities?
Several Employee Resource Groups have been put in place at Societe Generale in Canada to help you achieve a sense of fulfilment towards causes that matter the most to you!
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We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents , regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, sexual or gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.
Job code: 20000G1J
Business unit: SG CIB
Starting date: 08/09/2020
Date of publication: 28/07/2020