Start: 1. December
Duration: >8 Month
Location: Copenhagen, expected few days travelling the Nordics each month

The Assignment
The Internal Control & Compliance Officer (ICCO) will have the opportunity to gain insight into all functions and processes in the company, as well as the opportunity to strengthen and develop our client’s compliance processes. The ICCO will be reporting to the Regional Head of Compliance, with a dotted line to the Senior Directors, working independently from the operational staff.

Key deliverables:

  • Coordinate and develop internal controls in accordance with group guidelines
  • Promote risk culture and ensure implementation of operational risk-related processes and procedures
  • Perform third-party analysis and checks against the Group’s AML, S&E and Anti-Bribery, and Corruption Framework
  • Prepare material for reporting on internal controls, operational risk, and compliance
  • Participate in other compliance tasks

The Candidate
We are looking for a proactive and self-motivating Internal CCO, who thrives with a high level of autonomy and who has good coordination skills and capacity to work with different levels of stakeholders.

We expect the right candidate to have:

Experience from a similar position or role in an international company

  • Working experience with focus on Internal Control & Compliance
  • Experience from financial services (banking, leasing, insurance) or other regulated industry   
  • A bachelor’s or master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, legal education or similar will be an advantage
  • High level of integrity and objectivity
  • Business-level English skills in writing and orally
  • An analytical mind, and ability to show initiative and think outside the box

The Company
Our client is a worldwide provider of leasing services, with a unique position as one of the market leaders within its field. The Group operates in >40 countries, and engages 450 people in the Nordics, with a turnover of approx. 150MEUR.

The Group places high demands on its entities and employees to comply with applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards, among other things to protect the Group’s reputation. This is partly in relation to day-to-day activities, but also with the desire to reduce the risk of financial and operational losses if these are not complied with.