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The incumbent assists the Manager, Risk Management in ensuring that employees are in compliance with
the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, that company policies and procedures are being followed
and that behaviour in the organization meets the Company's Code of Conduct. The Risk Officer will act as
the alternate for the Bank's Compliance Officer and must meet all the necessary criteria for approval by the
Bank's regulatory/supervisory authorities.
PURPOSE AND SCOPE
Please forward applications to:
Human Resource Officer
Home Mortgage Bank
Ground Floor, Prince's Court Building
Cor. Keate and Pembroke Streets, Port of Spain
Or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Submission: September 25, 2015
Candidates who are in possession of an equivalent combination of qualifications and experience may be
Assist in developing, maintaining and revising policies and procedures for the Bank's Compliance
Program to prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct.
Assist in identifying and assessing potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk;
developing/implementing corrective action plans for the resolution of problematic issues.
Assists in monitoring the performance of the Compliance program on a continuous basis by conducting
compliance testing, checking of software and KYC/AML documentation and identifying and reporting
Ensure compliance with all regulations of CBTT, TTSEC, Government and other such entities.
Ensure that all reporting requirements of CBTT, TTSEC, FIU and other Government/Legal Authorities
Assists in providing Company wide Compliance training to all employees ensuring that they are
provided with up-to-date information on Compliance developments.
Assist in conducting inquiries and/or investigations when necessary.
A first degree from an accredited university in Finance, Management, Business Administration or other
A minimum of three (3) years' experience in a similar role in a financial or banking institution.
Strong written and oral communication skills
Excellent time and resource management skills
Skills and experience in relevant compliance areas (KYC-AML/CFT, Regulatory, Legal)
Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and the Microsoft Office Suite
Seek out a mentor or coach who will be able to spur you on when times are rough.
Motivation is an inner state that
inspires and guides any person's
actions. At its most basic, motivation
is a survival instinct---it gives us the
desire to eat, to rest, to reduce physical
pain, to stay alive. But it is also what
drives us towards anything that we
believe will make us happy, whether
that is a job, a person or a more
abstract state of being.
When we are working towards a cer-
tain goal, motivation is the need we feel
to reach that goal, and it influences our
behaviour in order to get there. Yester-
day, we posted the first part of a list of
42 tips to encourage motivation, here
are the rest.
26 Everyone needs a day off
Sometimes the best way to stay moti-
vated to achieve your goals is to give it
a rest. When things don t seem to be
going your way or you simply feel
exhausted, put your goals out of your
mind until the next day.
27 Use a timeline
Your dreams need a timeline. This
includes not only a deadline but also a
time to begin. Without timeline, poten-
tially rewarding and fulfilling goals may
silently slip away until they become
only distant memories. To accomplish
this use charts and checklists
28 Windows of opportunity
What you see today will not neces-
sarily mirror the picture of tomorrow.
In other words things change. You can
never know for sure how long the
opportunity to act will offer itself.
29 Get active
An inspired mind is of little use if
you lack the physical vitality to execute
your plans. Get active and get moving.
30 Maintain a healthy diet
Just as important as an active lifestyle
is a healthy diet.
31 Get enough rest
Your body cannot perform at its peak
levels if you don t give it the time it
requires for rest and repair.
32 Learn from your mistakes
When things don t work out exactly
as you plan don t waste the opportunity
to learn something from your mistakes.
33 The ups and downs
You will not always be motivated to
succeed. We all have our ups and downs,
and expecting anything different will
create frustration and anger.
35 Volunteer your time
An effective method to help others
is volunteering. Your time is the most
precious resource you have, and giving
it to someone else is a truly rewarding
36 Keep a notebook in goal-creating
Watching television and reading can
offer hundreds of ideas that you can
use to help you create your own personal
goals, so when you get an idea for a
goal you d like to achieve write it down
immediately. The simple act of writing
your goals down on a sheet of paper
will bring them one step closer to real-
37 Measure your progress
As you begin putting the pieces of
your desire in place, be sure to measure
your progress along the way, doing so
will help to keep you motivated to
achieve the goal as you see real improve-
ment taking place. You will also be able
to recognize troubling areas that need
more attention or successful methods
that could be spread to others aspects
of the goal. Remember with progress
success takes time.
38 What's holding you back?
Take time to really think about what s
holding you back from working toward
and achieving your goal. Too often peo-
ple get a feeling and quit on their
dreams. You can t fight or solve a vague
feeling, but you can solve a specific
problem. That s why it s critical for you
to home in on exactly what s holding
you back from success.
39 Share the excitement
Don t keep your plans for a better
future to yourself---share the excitement
with those who will not see it as brag-
ging or that your ego is taking over.
This will include others in the picture
that will ask about your progress and
keep you heading in the right direction.
40 Starting in the right direction
You may not realise it but you ve
already taken a massive step towards
success. Simply reading these words
shows your desire to enhance the quality
of your life. Now that you ve taken the
first step keep it going.
41 Enjoy the ride (the choice is
While you re working your tail off to
create a better life for you and your
family it s important to enjoy the expe-
rience and not just focus on the out-
come. It s up to you to start to change
your life but don t but it off
42 When should you begin?
It s decision time. You can continue
to dream about the things you want or
you can do something about it. You can
let routine run the show or you can
make a change. You can put off your
happiness until another day or you can
begin doing the things you know you
are capable of doing.
What is keeping
you back?YOUR DAILY HEALTH
News and advice
An inspired mind is of
little use if you lack the
physical vitality to
execute your plans. Get
active and get moving.
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