Manager - Vigilance Law Enforcement

  • Bengaluru
  • Razorpay
Razorpay was founded by and Harshil Mathur in . Razorpay is building a new-age digital banking hub (Neobank) for businesses in India with the mission is to enable frictionless banking and payments experiences for businesses of all shapes and sizes. What started as a B2B payments company is processing billions of dollars of payments for lakhs of businesses across India. We are a full-stack financial services organisation, committed to helping Indian businesses with comprehensive and innovative payment and business banking solutions built over robust technology to address the entire length and breadth of the payment and banking journey for any business. Over the past year, we've disbursed loans worth millions of dollars in loans to thousands of businesses. In parallel, Razorpay is reimagining how businesses manage money by simplifying business banking (via Razorpay X) and enabling capital availability for businesses (via Razorpay Capital). Roles and responsibilities: Support to build liaison between the Company and National & State Law Enforcement Agencies, fostering effective communication and collaboration.Provide the Law Enforcement ecosystem nationwide desired support for investigations, demonstrating maturity and discretion in managing challenging situations.Collaborate with internal and external legal counsels and cross-functional teams on escalations and engagement with law enforcement entities, including emergencies, directed towards the company.Facilitate clear and timely responses to inquiries from law enforcement and government agencies, both written and verbal.Identify potential threats to the company and its employees, proactively defusing any escalating situations.Engage in investigations under the supervision of the Vigilance Director to ensure compliance and mitigate risks.Plan, schedule, and promote law enforcement meetings, conferences, and training sessions to enhance cooperation and knowledge sharing. Represent the company at conferences and meetings organized by law enforcement or government agencies, articulating the Company's policies and procedures for handling law enforcement requests.Prepare and present reports, findings, and recommendations to the Vigilance team/management, demonstrating transparency and accountability in efforts. Mandatory qualifications: Minimum of 8 years of experience in law enforcement, financial crime investigation, with a strong understanding of applicable laws and regulations in India. Proficiency in the Indian Judicial System and the Indian Penal Code (IPC).Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships and collaborate with diverse stakeholders across different levels of the organizationFluency in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, and regional languages.Experience in accurately reviewing, processing, and summarizing Indian legal requests.Willingness and ability to travel within India as needed.