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The Distribution Control Team is responsible for multiple key tasks within Schroders Europe, such as conducting Intermediary Due Diligence, Cross-
Border Activity Control, Branch Oversight, and Distribution Monitoring Control.
Intermediary Due Diligence ( DD ) includes gathering and analysing information to assess the risk of money laundering / terrorist financing in relation to intermediaries and distributors ( intermediary ) prior to establishing distribution contracts with Schroders Europe to distribute, purchase or privately place investment funds.
Particular relevance is made to the term intermediary as private individuals will be dealt with by the Transfer Agent. The Intermediary On-
going Due Diligence is the process by which all the existing and established relationships are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure compliance with the latest Anti Money laundering laws and regulations, as well as with the internal policies and procedures in Luxembourg.
Cross-Border Activity Control ( CBAC ) is defined as the conducting of business activity from one jurisdiction into another, with cross-
border clients or with other third parties, with the intention, directly or indirectly, of marketing the Schroders brand, distribution or furthering distribution of Schroders products (pooled funds, structured products, etc.
or providing services such as discretionary or advisory. It also includes servicing existing clients, exploring business development opportunities and responding to requests from Cross-
border Clients even when the contact was unsolicited by Schroders. Schroders Europe must remain compliant with applicable laws and regulations relating to the conduct of CBA, including the requirements around Anti-
Money Laundering and Sanctions.
Branch Oversight ( BO ) is the activity in place in order to ensure the robust oversight of Schroders European branches to mitigate any risks associated with the activity carried out by them.
BO includes frequent interaction, ongoing support and monthly status meetings, and formal onsite meetings, if required. BO activity also covers documenting the procedures with branches to ensure that they provide specific data on a clearly defined timeframe to centralise and produce reports for the Board of Schroders Europe and the CSSF.
Distribution Monitoring Control ( DMC ) is the control and monitoring of all distribution related matters, monitoring the client life cycle, keeping all existing databases up-
to-date, and preparation of reports and KPIs.
The Distribution Control team is responsible for multiple activities which all have to be duly documented, regulatory compiled and kept updated.
Also, one of the primary responsibilities of the Distribution Control team is carrying out Intermediary AML / KYC Due Diligence, which includes both initial Due Diligence and Ongoing Due Diligence.
As well as Cross-boarder Activity Control, by analysing the distribution and marketing activity of the clients in relation to Schroders Europe funds.
Key functions of the role