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BANK OF BARODA (Trinidad &Tobago) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Baroda,
India's International Bank (present in 24 Countries) and having a presence in Port of Spain,
Chaguanas and San Fernando in T&T is looking for hard working employees on a contractual
basis to be confirmed and placed as permanent staff after satisfactory appraisal. We are seeking
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and trained professionals for the under-mentioned position.
Qualification and Experience: Graduation with Certification/Credentials in relevant fields.
Minimum four (4) years experience in areas sufficient to identify potential issues within a variety
of compliance areas (KYC-AML/CFT, Regulatory, Legal, etc.) with investigative and reporting.
The Compliance Officer will be reporting to the Audit committee of the Board with parallel reporting
to Managing Director for Administrative efficiency.
• Oversee and monitor the implementation of the Bank's Compliance Program including the
Regulatory, Legal, International Compliance Review progress on program implementation and
assist with establishing improvement plans and periodically revise and update the program.
Develop and implement a Compliance training plan.
Regulatory-Compliance with all regulations also meets reporting requirements of CBTT/
Government/FIU/Legal Authority and other such entities.
Re-evaluate areas of previous deficiency to identify improvements.
Present writing evaluations and reports to the Compliance Committee, ACB, and MD quarterly.
Compliance Test checking of software and KYC/AML documentation
Other compliances as per the requirements from time to time.
Individuals are invited to submit their resume with cover letter. (Certificates/credentials to be
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Closing date: Monday 24th November, 2014
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of
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PARIS---Roger Federer was at the top
of his game in London last week,
sweeping past opponents as if his age
were not an issue. A back injury over
the weekend changed everything, cast-
ing serious doubts over his chances
of winning the Davis Cup, or even
playing against France in the final.
The 17-time Grand Slam champion
picked up the injury in a hard-fought
win over Swiss teammate Stan Wawrin-
ka at the ATP Finals, forcing him to
retire ahead of the title match against
One statistic speaks volumes about
the seriousness of the 33-year-old Fed-
erer s injury: his walkover at the season
finale marked only the third time in
his career that he withdrew before a
match, each time due to back prob-
As if Federer s injury concerns were
not enough, the Swiss are also worried
about Wawrinka s morale as the country
bids for its first Davis Cup victory. After
wasting four match points against Fed-
erer in London, the Australian Open
champion said he "can either be
destroyed or bounce back" from such
a tough loss.
Following the match, two men are
also said to have been involved in a
heated spat after Wawrinka complained
about noise coming from Federer s box
in between serves toward the end of
the third set. Federer defused the ten-
sions by posting a picture on Twitter
of a united Switzerland team, with
Wawrinka making bunny ears behind
his teammate, and both players insisted
on their friendship on Tuesday.
"We had a conversation after the
match. Everything s totally relaxed
about the situation. We re old enough,"
"I just wanted to see if there were
any hard feelings because it was prob-
ably one of the loudest moments of
the match. Clearly a lot of noise. Like
I said, there is no hard feeling what-
soever. We re having a good time here.
We are friends, not enemies."
Federer's back key
in Davis Cup final
Switzerland's Roger Federer smiles
during the Swiss team press
conference at the Pierre Mauroy
stadium in Lille, northern France,
Tuesday. AP PHOTO
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