Chief Compliance Officer, Royal Alliance

Compliance Leadership Opportunity in Financial Services

Chief Compliance Officer – Royal Alliance

Location:          10 Exchange Place, Jersey City, NJ 07302


The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) is responsible for implementation of compliance programs for their specific broker dealer within Advisor Group.

The CCO will work closely with several key constituencies within Advisor Group including the Legal department, Network Compliance, Investment Advisory Compliance, Supervision Department and other departments as needed.  The CCO position is located in our Jersey City, NJ office and report to the Advisor Group Chief Compliance Officer.


  • Providing compliance oversight to Royal Alliance Associates broker-dealer firm and Financial Professionals. 
  • Developing an overall vision for compliance functional areas which effectively manages and mitigates risk.
  • Establish and monitor for adherence to policies and procedures to ensure that broker-dealer compliance programs meet applicable laws and regulations and ensure that Financial Professionals’ operations are conducted in compliance with applicable policies and procedures.
  • Oversee compliance risk assessments and manage the department’s testing and monitoring program in accordance with regulatory expectations and best practices.
  • Work with senior management, legal department, compliance professionals, Registered Representatives and other key constituencies to encourage, promote, and enhance a culture that encourages ethical conduct and commitment to compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert when dealing with advisors on a variety of compliance, regulatory and business/industry topics.
  • Researches existing rules and monitors regulatory developments and communicates changes to affiliates and home office staff.
  • Develops, implements, sustains, monitors and when necessary revises compliance programs that reflect “best practices” and ensures the firm is adhering to all legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Ensures that procedures are appropriately documented and referenced in the firm’s compliance manuals and written supervisory procedures.
  • Works with business partners and managers to ensure policies and procedures follow required regulations and assists in bringing non-complying areas into compliance.
  • Responds to, oversees and/or assists counsel with responses to regulatory inquiries.
  • Plans, assigns, monitors, reviews, and leads the work of others.
  • Travel up to 30%
  • All other duties as assigned

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from accredited university in Business, Finance or related field required
  • Additional education accomplishments and/or related professional certifications and qualifications are preferred

Basic Requirements:

  • Minimum 15 years of increasing broker-dealer compliance and leadership responsibilities,
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills,
  • Thorough knowledge of the broker-dealer business from a product, corporate governance, compliance and administrative perspective,
  • Working knowledge of FINRA and SEC rules and regulations, as well as state regulatory framework,
  • Experience in conducting internal reviews and in preparing written summaries and regulatory responses,
  • Thorough knowledge of securities products (i.e. mutual funds, variable annuities, alternative investments, complex products and individual securities), compliance and supervisory requirements,
  • Ability to work well under pressure and under tight deadlines,
  • Broad exposure to key functional areas of product due diligence, recruiting and retention,
  • Excellent ability to interpret and communicate regulatory guidance.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Series 7, 24 Required, Series 65/66 preferred
  • Desired competencies include: Action oriented, command skills, leading and developing direct reports, innovation, continuous improvement, managerial courage, accountability, measuring change, metrics focus, and drive for results
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