Compliance Officer

Roles & Responsibilities

Reporting to the Compliance Manager, you will be assisting and working closely in carrying out administration of compliance functions to comply with various legislative requirements in accordance with the MAS Laws and Regulations applicable to Trust Companies, Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (Service Providers) Regulations and Group standards:-

  • Advising and guiding the relevant business stakeholders in the following:
    • AML/CFT requirements and enquiries
    • Rectification of deficiencies in file reviews, on-boarding, system entries in database
  • Creating and maintaining relevant processes and procedures documentation and guides for business units’ use
    • Providing training to business units on these process and procedures as and when necessary
  • Reviewing file reviews completed by Business Units to identify deficiencies
  • Manage alerts generated by internal name screening system and World-Check
  • Maintenance of compliance reports, forms and registers such as Incidents Register, PEP Register, Gifts and Favours Register
  • Completing relevant internal forms for on-boarding of new clients, including requests for Group approval where required
  • Maintain database and records, documentation, filing and organization, including processes and procedures documentation
  • Ensure that the Compliance portal is updated as and when required
  • Update, maintain & prepare regular reports to internal stakeholders
    • File review status
    • Outstanding items from file reviews and client on-boarding
  • Update, maintain & prepare statistics for monthly and quarterly Group reporting
  • Monitor compliance with internal controls in accordance to legislative requirements and Group standards
  • Undertake any other duties or projects as may be delegated from time to time


  • University Degree, Diploma qualification or equivalent
  • At least 1 year experience in Compliance, Corporate Services or Accounting (preferred)
  • ACAMS certificate or ICA diploma/certificate (preferred)
  • Driven, self-motivated and with high integrity
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative
  • Excellent organisational,  interpersonal and communication skills

Intertrust Singapore Corporate Services Pte Ltd

Intertrust Group is a world leader in global Trust and Corporate Services with a network of more than 41 offices in over 31 countries.  The Group was founded in 1952.  Recognized for providing clients' premium quality financial and administrative solutions the Group works with preeminent tax, finance and legal professionals around the world. We are a certified Accredited Training Organisation (ATO) by the Singapore Accountancy Commission. Intertrust Singapore provides a wide range of services to private and corporate clients who wish to roll out corporate structures in Singapore.