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Skills and Experience

The successful candidate should meet the following criteria and have no less than 6 years prior working experience:

  • Previous experience as a Compliance professional or other experience relevant to the role and its key responsibilities.
  • Ideally, previous experience in tax or finance practice areas or a tax consultant with experience ideally gained within a professional services environment or at least some understanding of international tax concepts and principles and some knowledge of DAC6 and the EU tax regulatory environment
  • Ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Good understanding of local bar regulations and law firms.
  • Good understanding of local anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, data privacy and insider trading regulations.
  • Experience in implementing internal policies and controls in relation to the above.
  • Experience delivering compliance-related training.
  • Professional compliance and/or legal qualifications will be considered favourably.
  • Ability to carry out responsibilities independently and take a leadership role.


Additional Responsibilities

Depending on the needs of the office, the Compliance Manager may be expected to take on the following responsibilities (with training if needed):

Anti-money laundering

  • Support the MLRO in the discharge of his or her duties including, for example, providing support on Suspicious Transaction Reports (including liaising with the global team) and completion of annual MLRO report.

Data Privacy

  • Work closely with the Data Protection Officer for local entities
  • Act as the local Data Privacy Contact ("DPC") under the Firm's Data Privacy policy, taking responsibility for Data Privacy issues, including ensuring strict compliance with Data Privacy regulations, co-ordinating the annual Data Privacy registration process where applicable and stimulate and promote awareness of the Firm's data privacy policy.
  • Take responsibility for Data Privacy issues including ensuring strict compliance with Data Privacy regulations.
  • Co-ordinate the annual Data Privacy registration process where applicable and stimulate and promote awareness of the Firm's data privacy policy.
  • Working closely with the central compliance team, assist with the implementation of any global policies and processes in the context of extraterritorial data privacy regulations such as GDPR.


  • Review and assist with engagement letters, supplier contracts and other agreements and documents to be entered into by the Firm.

Audit Letters

  • Prepare and review draft audit letters before signature partner.
  • Regularly review and update template audit letters.



Equal Opportunities

At Clifford Chance we understand that our true asset is our people. Inclusion is good for our team and their families, our firm and society.

We are committed to treating all employees and applicants fairly and equally regardless of their gender, gender identity and expression, marital or civil partnership status, race, colour, national or ethnic origin, social or economic background, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation, or age.  This applies to recruitment and selection, terms and conditions of employment including pay, promotion, training, transfer and every other aspect of employment.

Our goal is to deliver an equality of opportunity, an equality of aspiration and an equality of experience to everyone who works in our firm.


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