Reporting to the Managing Director, the Deputy Managing Director - General Counsel acts strategically and tactically to determine the direction of CIMA and to ensure the development and implementation of policies and procedures to achieve the mission and values of CIMA.
Reporting to the Deputy Head of Anti-Money Laundering / Counter Financing Terrorism Division (“AMLD”), the Chief Analyst will be responsible for assisting with the coordination and conducting of off-site monitoring and on-site examinations across all business lines and industries of CIMA’s licensees and registrants for anti-money laundering/counter financing terrorism (“AML/CFT”) oversight.
Reporting to the Head of the AMLD (“Division Head”), the Deputy Head (“DHOD”), in conjunction with the Division Head, Heads and supervisory and other Divisions within CIMA will plan, direct and delegate actions, projects and work assignments to ensure that the AML/CFT oversight incorporates risk-based AML/CFT supervisory principles, standards and uniform procedures.
Reporting to the Head of Division, the Deputy Head primarily supports the management of the Division by supervising and providing guidance and assistance to the Chief Analysts and Senior Analysts, and through these posts, the Analysts, to achieve the goals and objectives of the Division and CIMA. The post holder works closely with other division heads, especially the head of the regulatory divisions, and works closely with the legal division.
Reporting to Senior Accounts Officer, the Accounts Officer is responsible for providing accounting and administrative functions. The Accounts Officer is also responsible for timely and accurate collection, maintenance and reporting of information related to the collection and accounting for fees received from Industry in accordance with the various acts, policies and internal control procedures to achieve the goals and objectives of the Division, CIMA, and the Ministry of Finance.
The Analyst is responsible for monitoring an assigned portfolio of insurance licensees and participating in risk-focused on-site inspections to achieve the legislative requirements and the goals and objectives of the Division and CIMA. [At the Analyst II level, with the more complex tasks forming a greater portion of the assigned portfolio, there is a higher level of analysis and decision-making expected].
The Chief Analyst directs and supervises the work of an assigned team to ensure that the activities and records of licensees are in compliance with regulatory requirements, and conducts complex research and project management to ensure best regulatory practices are employed.
Reporting to the Senior Legal Counsel or Deputy General Counsel, the Legal Counsel (Enforcement) is responsible for the provision of effective advice, services, and representation for legal and regulatory matters to various divisions within CIMA ensuring their effective and efficient operations. The Legal Counsel (Enforcement) will also be responsible for developing and enhancing Divisional approaches to regulatory litigation and judicial review.
Note: Applications received subsequent to the specified application deadline may not be considered in the current competition but instead placed on file for future reference.