Analyst, Ethics and Compliance
City : Montréal
Category : Full time
Industry : Real Estate
Employer : Ivanhoé Cambridge
We invest globally and act locally for a sustainable impact in communities
As a global real estate industry leader, our mission is to generate long-term value for our 6 million depositors in Quebec and to have a positive environmental and social impact on both the people who work for us and the businesses that call our properties home. We develop and invest in real estate assets and projects that help enhance the urban fabric of communities in the midst of renewal, and create lifestyles in tune with the changing needs of the occupants of today and tomorrow. Our vision: to invest in a way that maximizes value and sustainability as we bring human-scale developments to the world.
Ivanhoé Cambridge is:
- A real estate subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, a global investment group (cdpq.com)
- C$77 billion in assets in the office, retail, industrial, logistics and residential markets
- Strategic investments in a worldwide portfolio over 1,500 properties strong
- A diversified, multitalented team committed to creating spaces that bring people together to live, work and play
- Office environments designed to foster collaboration and creativity, rooted in a flexible, technology-enabled experience
Digitally connected, sustainable and state-of-the-art: A workspace that meets your expectations
- New work spaces that make teamwork easier than ever and spark creativity at every turn
- The flexibility and technological tools you need to take your performance to new heights
- A barista, snacks and special theme meals, employee lounges and outdoor patios, complete with therapeutic lights to keep you at the top of your game
- Tuition and professional development fees reimbursed to empower your career advancement
- Time to devote to charitable endeavours so you can leave your personal mark on the communities where we work and invest
- A stimulating, supportive and inclusive environment where your health, safety and well-being are our top priorities
Be part of the adventure:
Reporting to the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, you will work closely with the rest of the Ethics and Compliance team on day-to-day operations related to enforcing the Code of Ethics and other policies.
Main responsibilities include the following:
Assist in implementing a framework for ethics and compliance and in ensuring adherence to the Code of Ethics and other policies, under the supervision of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer;
Provide support in enforcing the rules of conduct set out in the Code and other policies and in using tools and systems for ethics- and compliance-related activities and operations;
Review and process employee declarations and enquiries related to the Code of Ethics and other policies in a timely manner; follow up as necessary for questions that are especially complex or require particular care, referring to other Ethics and Compliance team members as needed;
Provide support to privacy-related initiatives undertaken by the team;
Conduct research into issues related to criminal activity and potential reputational risks involving Ivanhoé Cambridge’s investment partners and suppliers as part of the due diligence process;
Contribute to drafting recommendations aimed at reducing the risk of financial crime and protecting the Company’s reputation;
Ensure the quality and accuracy of information, document issues and produce various management reports to inform recommendations and identify the proper course of action or monitor activities to ensure adherence to the Code and all other policies;
Help update, improve and implement processes, procedures, tools and systems related to the Code and other applicable internal policies;
Assist with special projects and other Ethics and Compliance team duties as needed;
Carry out related tasks and duties commensurate with the position.
The toolbox we are looking for
College diploma (DCS) in legal or administrative studies or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
Five or more years of experience in an administrative position;
Experience with a compliance or legal affairs team, a significant asset;
Ability to work in a highly computerized environment;
Focus on optimizing the use of information technology and implementing business best practices;
Highly methodical and detail-oriented with the utmost commitment to confidentiality;
Self-starter; comfortable working independently and as part of a team;
Excellent multitasking and prioritization skills;
Ability to handle tight deadlines;
Strong ability to communicate professionally in both written and spoken French and English. Oral and/or written interactions with external partners based outside Quebec (service providers, law firms, peers, bankers, brokerage firms, credit analysis firms, credit agencies, etc.)
You’re in the right place!
Our people are the heart of our organization. Come be part of our team and enjoy the perks of a flexible schedule, remote work arrangements, and flex days in addition to annual vacation leave — all to help you balance your personal and work obligations, have time to get involved in your community and maintain a healthy lifestyle. You will also be entitled to a comprehensive array of healthcare benefits and take advantage of a myriad of opportunities to grow and learn.
Diversity, equity and inclusion: Our main priorities
At Ivanhoé Cambridge, we are proud to champion the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion — which can be seen and felt in everything we do and everything we strive for. As a leading player in the global real estate ecosystem, we are committed to harnessing opportunities to create inclusive, community-centric spaces and forge a just, forward-looking future where our industry and our talent are supported and nurtured.
We firmly believe that diversity, equity and inclusion are the forces propelling innovation. In order to ensure we can have a positive impact on the communities where we live and work and where our investments are based, we are dedicated to creating a stimulating environment where everyone can aspire to and achieve excellence. Ask us about any accommodations you might require to ensure the recruiting process is a fair and equitable process for all. Note that any such accommodations will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.