Project Coordinator - Compliance - Tokyo - 13372BR

The Role / Responsibilities:
Coordinate, compile, update and deliver regulatory filing documents to Japanese regulators in addition to manage external and internal Compliance reports handlging. Breakdown includes but not limited to the following:

Recurring periodic requirements;
-Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual reporting to JFSA
  • Coordinate, compile/update data, drafting/editing submission, collaborating with Moody’s Global Compliance Project Management and occasionally interfacing with JFSA staff
-Biennial Group Designation Submission
  • Coordinate/compile data, drafting/editing submission, collaborating with Moody’s Global Compliance Project Management and occasionally interfacing with JFSA staff
-Annual ECAI Submission
  • Coordinate/compile data, drafting/editing submission collaborating with Moody’s Global Compliance Project Management
-Annual Legal Ledger Review (Compliance Internal Initiative) collaborating with Moody’s Global Compliance Surveillance


Recurring Ad Hoc requirements;
  • Support Japan Target Review conducted by Moody’s Global Compliance Surveillance
  • Setup and support Japan Annual/ Ad-hoc Japan Compliance Training sessions
  • Collecting most updated Personal Data sheets from each departments of entire Japan offices (PIPA requirements) bi-annually
  • Support managing and updating MJKK/MSFJ Compliance Policies and Procedures interfacing Moody’s Global Compliance Policy Team
  • File, save and organize regulatory/ Compliance document files into the designated folders/files

Ad Hoc requirements;
-JFSA filing for updates of designated local internal rules (Eg., Codes of Conduct)
  • Coordinate/compile data, drafting/editing submission, interfacing with JFSA staff
-JFSA filing of changes of directors, statutory auditor, OC member, ROs
  • Coordinate/compile data, drafting/editing submission, interfacing with JFSA staff-JFSA reporting of updates to entity particulars of MJKK’s Group Designated rating affiliates

Projects;
  • Ability to monitor progress on compliance projects when required.

Examinations;
-Onsite regulatory examination
  • Assist in data provision, documentation and communication
-Internal audit
  • Assist in data provision, documentation and communication
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Qualifications:
  • Prior experience in handling JFSA filing documents
  • Legal experience a plus
  • Good command of language skills in both English and Japanese required to deal with Japanese regulators and overseas internal colleagues and senior management within the Group
  • Ability to draft and/or review Japanese regulatory submissions and its English version documents
  • Highest ethical standards
  • Team player mindset
  • Strong interest in compliance work
  • Bachelor degree

We will be also seeking the following skills;
  • Professional, pro-active, flexible, diligent and dependable
  • Strong co-ordination/project communication skills in English
  • Computer competence in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Perseverance of integrity under stressful situation
  • Ability to exercise empathy in business judgment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong probative skills
  • Ability to adapt to changing business and regulatory environments
  • Ability to work effectively and supportively within a team
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Adminitrative skills to organize thinngs efficiently and the ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines
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