Be an integral part of the Macquarie Capital’s first line of defence Non-Financial Risk team as the Anti-bribery and Corruption lead for the Asia Pacific region reporting to the Global AB&C lead in New York.
This dynamic, fast-paced business connects ideas and capital by investing in Infrastructure assets (across the economic and social, transportation, digital, and energy transition sectors), technology and communications companies, real estate and more.
This role will be based in Sydney, New South Wales. Relocation to Australia will be required for applicants located outside this State or Country.
At Macquarie, we are working to create lasting value for our communities, our clients and our people. We are a global financial services group operating in 34 markets and with 54 years of unbroken profitability. You’ll be part of a supportive team where everyone - no matter what role - contributes ideas and drive outcomes.
What role will you play?
This role will see you partner directly with senior deal teams and key second line of defence stakeholders on due diligence for new investments in a variety of complex markets. You will determine the diligence scope, analyse the results, and agree strategies to mitigate risk throughout the investment lifecycle.
An integral part of your role will be engaging directly with portfolio company CEOs, CFOs, and General Counsels to lead risk assessment workshops to identify financial crime risks, assess control effectiveness, and identify practical opportunities for continuous improvement of financial crime frameworks and controls.
You will also spearhead the development and delivery of a variety of Anti-bribery and Corruption training programmes, identify/ design and execute continuous improvement enhancements, and represent Macquarie Capital as a Line 1 stakeholder in Groupwide initiatives.
What you offer
- At least 10 years of experience in a legal, consulting, or advisory compliance role
- Experience designing and implementing AB&C or other financial crime compliance frameworks and controls
- Familiarity with key AB&C legislation (e.g., FCPA and UK Bribery Act) and international best practices, or other financial crime subject matter expertise
- The ability to build relationships with and consensus among senior stakeholders
- An analytical mindset and an ability to exercise sound judgment in complex scenarios
- A willingness to travel internationally
We love hearing from anyone inspired to build a better future with us, if you're excited about the role or working at Macquarie we encourage you to apply.
- Hybrid and flexible working arrangements
- Wellbeing and service bonus leave
- Up to 20 weeks paid parental leave as well as benefits to support you as you transition to life as a working parent
- Paid volunteer leave and donation matching
- Range of benefits to support your physical, psychological and financial wellbeing
About Macquarie Capital
Macquarie Capital offers global capability in Equity Trading and Research, M&A Advisory, Debt and Equity Capital Markets and Principal Finance underpinned by deep specialist expertise across a range of sectors. Our people are empowered to think innovatively to address client challenges and originate opportunities, thinking beyond individual transactions to become a trusted adviser and partner over the long haul. From origination to execution, our unique combination of ideas, capital and expertise is transforming opportunity into reality for our clients and partners around the world.
With staff in 35 offices transacting across 31 countries, Macquarie Capital is a truly global business. A role in the team will expose you to a dynamic working environment and the opportunity to contribute to high-profile transactions whilst working in a business with the best people in the industry.
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for a role regardless of their identity, including gender, race, ethnicity, cultural identity, nationality, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex status, marital or family status, neurodiversity, religion or belief, disabilities, or socio-economic background.
If you require adjustments to your working arrangements or the recruitment process, please let us know when applying.