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Regulator II

General Purpose:

Candidates will join the Commission’s cadre of professionals to assist in the regulation and supervision of financial services business which includes investment business, insolvency, insurance, banking, fiduciary, trust, company management, money services and financing and related licensees. Applicants should be independently motivated and able to work as part of diverse teams across various sectors of the organisation. 

Candidates must be able to adhere to the Commission’s service standards and strict requirements for confidentiality, demonstrate an ability to prioritize and manage competing priorities and while maintaining keen attention to details and accuracy in the quality of work produced.

Professional recognised qualifications related to AML/CFT, compliance, regulation, trust and company management is an asset.

Candidates will be evaluated based on the criteria below and will be required to complete assessments as part of the interview process.

Tasks & Responsibilities:
  • Evaluate applications for licensing, authorisation and/or approval;
  • Conduct ongoing supervision and monitoring of licensed entities by implementing the Commission’s Risk Assessment Framework including carrying out ongoing risk assessments, monitoring and development of supervisory plans; 
  • Use established frameworks such as risk framework and inspection process to assess, monitor and report (oral and written) on compliance performance of entities and the overall compliance of sectors;
  • Participate in and assist with the inspection process, including drafting reports; 
  • Participate in other areas of the Commission’s regulatory environment such as IOSCO, Basel, GIFSCs, GIICS, IAIS, FSB, CFATF and other international initiatives; 
  • Analyse complaints or contraventions against statutory requirements and prepare appropriate letters, memoranda, decision papers for the statutory committees;
  • Write/prepare/present papers for matters to be considered by the statutory committees and FSC Board;
  • Interact with jurisdictional peers including responding to queries from the industry and other personnel on all aspects of financial services;
  • Maintain, update and analyse relevant data including information provided in prudential and statistical returns;
  • Represent the Commission at local and overseas conferences for continuous education and to keep abreast of changes in the international regulatory environment; and
  • Any other duties assigned.
  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or a related field with a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in the financial services industry; or
  • Associates degree in finance or a related field with 6 years of relevant experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Knowledge of domestic financial services legislation, in particular, the anti-money laundering regime;
  • Proven analytical capabilities; 
  • Ability to meet operational service standards;
  • Ability to maintain professionalism and strict confidentiality; 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; 
  • Good time management, organisational and interpersonal skills; and
  • Moderate level skills in using Office applications or equivalent (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

Please address cover letter and résumé to the attention of:
Director, Human Resources,
Financial Services Commission,
P. O. Box 418, Road Town, Tortola, VG1110 VIRGIN ISLANDS


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