- Laws that define criminal activity and set punishment for those who are convicted of crimes
- Regulations that set down the obligations, constraints, and restraints that regulators expect of the industry
- Standards and guidelines that are developed by regulators, which are considered essential for measuring the activities of the organization and in relationship to compliance with industry best practices
Risk management is an ongoing activity. Collinson & Co dedicates its resources (personnel, material, information, and process) that are focused on the production of measurable results.
Collinson & Co has put in place the policies, procedures and controls to ensure the level of risks to which the organization is exposed does not reach unacceptable levels. Collinson & Co has also established a Risk & Compliance Committee that provides useful information to senior management for informed decision making and ensures the policies, procedures and controls are compliant with external and internal direction, continue to work effectively, and any breach or possible breach is rectified immediately.
Collinson & Co is committed to improve our policies, procedures and controls to meet the regulatory and compliance requirements as well as the best business practice in the industry. This is a constant balancing act that requires management to plan, implement, monitor and adjust various different kinds of controls. Collinson & Co provides ongoing internal and external training to our staff and engages reputable auditors and lawyers to help improve our compliance framework.
Christina Wang has been working in compliance in New Zealand financial service industry since 2012 and she is a ACAMS Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. She holds a Master of Laws from the University of Auckland and she is admitted to practice law in both China and New Zealand. Christina has also earned her Graduate Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management from GRC Institute (one of the leading institutes on developing ISO Standard on Compliance Management Systems – ISO 19600). Before came to New Zealand, Christina was a litigator in Shanghai whose main area of practice is commercial law. Furthermore, she holds International Certificate in Training Skills from the City & Guilds of London Institute and Advanced Interpreter Certificate from Shanghai Interpretation Accreditation. Combining a mix of legal background and training skills, she works as risk and compliance professional.
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