Regulatory Compliance Executive (Cayman Islands, Full Time)
Location: Cayman Islands
Join our dynamic Corporate Governance team at Deriv and take on a crucial role in shaping the future of our company! You'll have the opportunity to work with a talented and diverse group of professionals as you help develop and implement the best practices for good corporate governance across our portfolio of companies.
But that's not all — you'll also get to play a key part in maintaining the integrity of our organisation by ensuring that all of our offices around the world comply with the relevant statutory obligations and legislative requirements. This is your chance to gain valuable insights into the various jurisdictions in which we operate and get real-world experience within an in-house setting. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to make a meaningful impact at Deriv!
- Managing a portfolio of companies by ensuring that all statutory requirements and deadlines are met in a timely manner.
- Assist with the incorporation of new companies within the Group and any changes to existing company structures.
- Liaise with the respective registrars of companies as needed.
- Draft, prepare, and file an array of documents, including but not limited to board agendas, minutes, statutory filings, reports, policies and procedures, training material, and updating internal processes and templates.
- Maintain thorough record-keeping for all Deriv entities, both physically and on our document management system.
- Conduct due diligence on relevant stakeholders on an ongoing basis.
- Work closely with external partners and assist various compliance teams with the day-to-day execution of documents and general maintenance for our group of companies.
- Liaise with service providers with regard to their required corporate information.
- Monitor changes in relevant statutory/legislation developments and take appropriate action.
- University degree or equivalent in a related field and/or at least one year of experience in a similar role within corporate governance.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and software programs.
- A strong work ethic with the ability to multitask and meet strict deadlines.
- Strong organisational skills.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to work with self-motivation both independently and as part of a team.
- Can-do attitude with an eagerness to learn and develop your career.
- Excellent spoken and written English communication skills.
- Market-based salary.
- Annual performance bonus.
- Health benefits.
- Casual dress code.
- Travel and internet allowances.