We’re IG Wealth Management – a Canadian leader in providing the best advice, experience and outcomes for our clients, personalized throughout their lifetime. This is your opportunity to build a career with a leading organization where you can learn, grow and thrive both professionally and personally.
Our vision: We inspire financial confidence.
At IG Wealth Management we believe:
- Our success starts with the success of our clients
- In achieving excellence in all we do, and anything worth doing is worth doing extraordinarily well
- Only through teamwork can we realize our greatest potential
- We can never be satisfied with the status quo and that every day we should be focused on creating more value
- In the power of advice to change lives for the better
- It is our mission to make a difference in the world and the lives of others
If you share our vision and values, we’d like to hear from you.
The mandate of Operations Compliance, a unit within the Compliance function, is to conduct oversight activities and implement controls that ensure the various operating business units are compliant with corporate and regulatory requirements. This includes anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, privacy and unclaimed property legislation, trust company compliance obligations, national registration and National Instruments 81-102 and 31-103 requirements and registered plan administration, amongst others. This team is also responsible for high risk analysis and monitoring, the oversight of compliance systems and works closely with Distribution Leadership and other management to develop appropriate corporate policies and identifies and promotes good business practices and controls.
The Director, Compliance & Policy will act as the key lead and subject matter expert for Privacy Compliance, including managing complex privacy matters. The Director, Compliance & Policy will research, analyze and make recommendations of the applicable regulations, and which may extend across the IGM group of companies, as applicable.
The Director, Compliance & Privacy will also lead the review and assessment of new and updated regulatory compliance framework requirements to ensure affected parties across the organization, including the IGM group of companies where applicable, are aware of the obligations and the changes required to ensure the organization remains compliant. This will include federal and provincial government requirements, MFDA, IIROC, FINTRAC, insurance regulators, CSA, OSFI, amongst others.
- Develop and maintain a high level of expertise in all Privacy regulations and directives
- Monitor and consider changes to privacy laws, regulations and best practices and analyze impact on the organizations businesses
- Provide advisory services on privacy matters to business line contacts and management (first line of defense)
- Investigate and address complex or other material aspects of privacy breaches and access to information requests
- Develop and generate privacy reporting to senior management and committees
- Build and maintain knowledge with respect to industry developments and standards and with current and new compliance legislation, rules, regulations and guidelines. Determine immediate risks, changes required and make recommendations to ensure the organization remains compliant
- Remain current on organizational practices, policies, procedures and applicable legislative requirements. Provide input, guidance and enhancement recommendations
- Participate in the oversight of corporate and client disclosures, reporting systems and internal controls to ensure compliance with regulatory and legislative requirements
- Consult and liaise with regulators, industry groups and external parties as required
- Work with and across the IGM group of companies, providing support and developing common policies, practices and approaches where applicable
- Minimum 10 years of experience in the mutual fund/financial services industry, preferably with exposure to a compliance environment
- Post-secondary degree education with a focus on legal or public policy matters required (Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree would be an asset)
- Completion of industry related courses such as Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC) or Canadian Securities Course (CSC)
- Strong knowledge of the financial services industry, including an understanding of various securities acts, regulations and self-regulatory rules from the MFDA, IIROC, OSFI, FINTRAC, AMF, insurance and other regulators
- Minimum 3 years’ experience dealing with privacy regulations and matters, including access to information requests (professional certification in Privacy, such as the CIPP/C would be an asset)
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills, with the ability to communicate at the right level for the audience and present information in a convincing manner
- Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to respond to multiple demands and prioritize work activities within required deadlines
- Ability to work independently, with little supervision required
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Closing Date: January 9, 2019