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Land Bank Jobs 2022 Compliance Officer Jobs in South Africa

Land Bank Recently Published A Notification For Hiring For Compliance Officer, Candidates Who Are Interested And Keep Eligibility For Hiring Position. Check All Details About Land Bank Compliance Officer Job Vacancy In South Africa. Candidates who have Enough Educational Qualification And Experience can apply for Land Bank Jobs Vacancy 2022 . The Company will pay A Expected monthly salary Of ZAR 556857.00 per year  after selection.

Land Bank South Africa Compliance Officer Jobs Briefed Summary According to Official Land Bank Vacancies Portal

Hiring Agency Land Bank South Africa
Job Role Compliance Officer
Job Location Centurion, Gauteng
Salary / Payout  Expected. Pay Of ZAR 556857.00 per year
Type Of Job South Africa Jobs

Detailed Job Description

Job Advert Summary:-

Job Advert Summary

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

To ensure that LBIC and LBLIC complies with all relevant statutory, regulatory and supervisory requirements which relate to the Insurance, Financial services Industry as well as Professional standards, Accepted business practices and Internal standards, as well as providing the companies with legal advisory services and training on current and upcoming legislation

Key Performance Areas

1. Compliance Management

  • Design, develop and implement compliance frameworks
  • Develop a comprehensive compliance programme that is integrated with LBIC and LBLIC’s strategic planning process
  • Develop or review compliance framework
  • Advise management on implementing and maintaining an appropriate compliance framework which meets the compliance-related objectives of the organisation
  • Implement or review compliance structures so as to encourage encourage a compliance culture
  • Design and develop or review and revise compliance policies or charters and manuals

2. Ensure compliance through best fit compliance practice aligned to regulatory requirements and create awareness with stakeholders to embed a compliance culture

  • Identify, assess and prioritise all the applicable regulatory requirements that LBIC and LBLIC are required to comply with
  • Identify and analyse LBIC and LBLIC’s regulatory risk universe
  • Facilitate workshops with relevant business owners to categorise and assess the applicable regulatory requirements in order to prioritise and categorize risks
  • Apply Generally Accepted Compliance Practice when monitoring and advising on the regulatory universe
  • Provide compliance advice, services and reporting to compliance stakeholders
  • Evaluate current compliance practices and identify areas of concern
  • Participate in the decision making processes or, e.g. in respect of new product or new business committees

3. Assurance and Monitoring

  • Develop the compliance risk identification matrix of LBIC & LBLIC to understand the business and all applicable legislation (compliance process phase1).
  • Develop the compliance risk priorization index to categorise and prioritize and classify the applicable legislation to LBIC & LBLIC (compliance process phase 2).
  • Develop control optimization and risk management plans for applicable legislation (compliance process phase 3).
  • Develop compliance risk monitoring plans and reporting tools for all applicable legislation and reporting (compliance process phase 4).
  • Develop a compliance monitoring plan and compliance programme to ensure monitoring of the LBIC and LBLIC compliance risk as well as compliance to laws, regulations and supervisory requirements.

4. Build and Maintain stakeholder relationships

  • Build and maintain effective regulator and stakeholder relationships.
  • Develop and maintain professional working relationships with regulators and other stakeholders through formal and informal interactions.
  • Develop a plan to manage an organisation’s relationship with all regulators / supervisors that have jurisdiction.
  • Coordinate communication channels and liaison with regulators and supervisors.
  • Participate and oversee where necessary in regulatory inspections.
  • Represent the the organization on governance compliance related matters and various forums.
  • Participate in industry body to ensure alignment of compliance methodology and influence national trends in compliance risk management.
  • Present and maintains oversight of all statutory reports that are sent to regulators and external stakeholders.
  • Manage and ensure all internal and external regulatory reporting requirements are adhered to.

5. Compile Compliance Reports

Determine the governance requirements relating to compliance reporting

  • Determine reporting stakeholders (to the executive committee, audit & risk committee and the board)
  • Determine governance requirements relating to compliance reporting

Determine the compliance reporting requirements to stakeholders and regulators / supervisors in terms of regulatory and/or organisation requirements

  • Analyse regulatory requirements relating to reporting to regulators / supervisors
  • Determine regulatory reporting requirements relevant to the organization
  • Coordinate communication channels and liaison with regulators and supervisors.
  • Participate and oversee where necessary in regulatory inspections.

Determine, Manage and Maintain a compliance reporting processes

  • Advice and allocate responsibility for the submission of reports to designated persons
  • Collect, collate and analyse input from management and stakeholders within submission deadlines

6. Provide Legal Advise

  • Providing management with legal opinions on various legal matters affecting the companies
  • Drafting and vetting of agreements
  • Contract Management

Preferred Minimum Education and Experience

  • Degree in Finance or Law
  • 5 years Financial Services Industry
  • 5 years Compliance Management experience within financial services

Critical Competencies

  • Knowledge of financial services industry
  • Knowledge of long and short-term insurance legislative framework
  • Compliance Management Principles and Processes
  • Management of the Compliance Risk Management Plans
  • Knowledge of Risk Management Principles
  • Knowledge of Business and Legal Principles and Interpretation
  • Knowledge and interpretation skills of all applicable legislation to the Insurance business and ability to communicate these at all levels.

Additional Requirements

  • Travel as and when required
  • Extended hours as and when required.

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Land Bank Jobs 2022 General Manager Jobs in South Africa

Land Bank Recently Published A Notification For Hiring For General Manager, Candidates Who Are Interested And Keep Eligibility For Hiring Position. Check All Details About Land Bank General Manager Job Vacancy In South Africa. Candidates who have Enough Educational Qualification And Experience can apply for Land Bank Jobs Vacancy 2022 . The Company will pay A Expected monthly salary Of ZAR 31761.00 per month after selection.

Land Bank South Africa General Manager Jobs Briefed Summary According to Official Land Bank Vacancies Portal

Hiring Agency Land Bank South Africa
Job Role General Manager
Job Location Pretoria, Gauteng
Salary / Payout  Expected. Pay Of ZAR 31761.00 per month
Type Of Job South Africa Jobs

Detailed Job Description

Job Advert Summary:-

Job Advert Summary

The Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank) is South Africa’s only specialist agricultural bank established in 1912, the bank’s sole objective is to serve South African commercial and emerging farmers and bring specially designed financial services within their reach. These services enable farmers to finance land, equipment, improve assets and obtain production credit. The Land Bank provides financial services that have moved with the times and continues to provide services to agri-business and constantly reviews its offerings to ensure that they match the needs of an industry. As change has swept across the sector in South Africa the socio-economic makeup of agriculture has altered, bringing new entrants from historically disadvantaged backgrounds on to the land, these new farmers, facing the challenges of establishing sustainable agri-businesses across the agricultural value chain, Land Bank has been a commercial lifeline offering appropriately designed financial products that facilitate personal and commercial viability in a sector that is vital to the sustainability of South Africa and its people

Key Performance Areas

1. Manages Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Reporting Process Internally and to Key Stakeholders as required •Compiles a financial reporting timetable for communication to all stakeholders to meet reporting deadlines. •Performs financial analysis, interpretation and provides comment on financial reports to ensure timeous and accurate reporting to business, Exco / Board. – Financial Performance Write Up. – Reviews monthly management accounts. – Adapts reporting as required. •Reporting and analysis (Annual Report, Monthly Management Accounts, Quarterly Reports, etc.). •Implementation and maintenance of a full cost recovery model for the Bank. •Reporting to National Treasury. 2. Develops and Manages Operational and Capital Budgets as well as Rolling Forecasts Supported by Financial Planning •Manages the Land Bank Budgeting process. •Co-ordinates the budget timetable. •Compiles the budget guidelines in line with the Bank’s approved strategy. •Performs quality control by checking that all aspects have been included and are within parameters as indicated in the strategic document. •Evaluates the budgets to ensure alignment with the corporate strategy and give feedback to business units. •Utilises information from the budgeting process for reporting in the corporate plan. •Prepares the budget for presentation to the board. •Creates a process flow for the management of departmental expenditure including forecasting, tracking of expenditure and cost savings measures Implements Financial Policies and Procedures •Maintains a rolling forecast for the Bank. 3. Compliance Officer Analytics – both retrospective and predictive. •Profitability analysis and reporting – Profitability analysis including segment, customer, sector and channel profitability. – Provides other required financial analytics at the lowest level to enable decision making. 4. Finance Business Partnering •Finance Business partnering which essentially provides full finance support to the respective business areas regarding; – Reporting – Ensuring proper accounting for transactions – Budgeting and Planning, including rolling forecasts – Profitability and other financial analysis – Expenditure analysis and reporting – All other financial reporting requirements 5. Risk Management & Committee Participation Risk Management: •Provides guidance to the Finance Department Risk Champion to enable: – Reviewing and updating of organisational action plans on Business Unit’s risk register; – Capturing of operational new risks identified and discussed for the Business Unit. Audit Matters. •Responds to audit queries / opinions for own area of responsibility. Committee Matters •Attendance and Participation in various committees (MANCO, CROM, ALCO, CRMC, ORCO, PROCUREMENT, IMPAIRMENTS) and provides input into the strategic decision making of the bank. 6. Implementation and Management of a full cost recovery model and transfer pricing in the Group. •A full recovery model developed, implemented and maintained in the Bank. •Proper transfer pricing developed, implemented and maintained between Land Bank group companies. 7. Development and management of the Business performance function, including People Management Performance Management •Analyse the business plan to determine the applicable deliverables and targets •Compile the Performance Management documentation in collaboration with the staff member in terms of: •Job Profile requirements •Key Performance Areas •Personal Development Plan •Conduct performance planning session and Track and monitor performance in accordance with performance contracts •Conduct performance reviews in accordance with policies and procedures and take corrective actions where necessary •Provide coaching and feedback to employees on how to improve and sustain their performance •Lead the department by managing appointments, promotions, and industrial relations issues conjunction with the Human Resources Support Service Unit •Conduct disciplinary actions as per Land Bank’s policy and procedure where necessary Capacity Planning •Determine the human resource requirements, in accordance with the expected deliverables and current capacity •Secure the human capital requirements to ensure that deliverables will be met in accordance with the expected targets •Set and achieve employment equity targets. •Minimise staff turnover •Lead the department in such a manner as to foster innovation and technological excellence. •Demonstrate behaviour aligned to the corporate Land bank values •Equitable distribution of responsibilities and accountabilities and plan appropriate human capacity and full utilisation for projects under management Financial Management •Develop and manage budget •Manage expenditure and ensure no fruitless expenditure •Adhere to financial guidelines and thus ensure proper control over expenditure •Pursue divisional targets and manage the financial health and stability of division

Preferred Minimum Education and Experience

• Qualified CA (SA) or Registered CIMA • Masters Degree/ MBA • Experience in a Financial Management / Management Accounting position – 7 years post qualification; • Banking: State Owned Enterprises experience – 3 years

Critical Competencies

• Business Acumen 4 • IFRS 4 • Tax Legislation 3 • Reserve Bank requirements

Additional Requirements

• Knowledge of PFMA • Knowledge of the Land Bank Act

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