Global Financial Crimes High Risk Review Team, Vice President
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Reporting into the Head of Financial Crimes High Risk Review Team, this new position has been created for the purpose of establishing GFCD Operations Intelligence & Analytics capabilities for BTMU. Regional leads will be located in Asia, EMEA and Japan.
One of several key positions in the new Global Financial Crimes Division Operations function, this position will be responsible for supporting a team that performs complex, multi-jurisdictional intelligence analysis and review capability. The incumbent is responsible for supporting leadership in the oversight to ensure a globally consistent effort that enables the proactive identification of control weaknesses and financial crimes risk for escalation and mitigation.
In connection with the Global Financial Crimes program –
Leverage information and leads from a predictive analytics team to proactively investigate potential emerging risks to help inform the strategy of GFCD.
Performs investigations as a result of proactively developed leads.
Identify industry best practices to be leveraged by the GFCD Operations Training team.
Coordinate with regional Intelligence & Analytics teams to implement on the global model.
Work collaboratively across functional teams within GFCD to ensure effective and efficient operations with clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
Prepare communications and presentations to be shared with business line executives and senior management
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Business or related experience.
At least 7 years of investigative or related experience with specific emphasis on AML, BSA and Financial Crimes at a financial institution, regulatory agency or law enforcement agency.
Experience interacting with the Executive Committee Leadership, control function leadership, and compliance subject matter experts
Proven excellence in execution in complex and demanding situations
Collaborative with strong interpersonal communication skills
Systemic thinker across enterprise
Process oriented coupled with a strong ability to develop appropriate program enhancing strategies
Detail-oriented and organized execution
Executive level presentation skills
An Enterprise Risk Management perspective
Experience interfacing with banking regulators and enforcement staff
Thorough understanding of an effective financial crimes risk management framework
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
The ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization, including Bank staff, management, directors and prudential regulators
Ability to work autonomously and initiate and prioritize own work
Ability to work with teams of project managers
Solid judgment, strong negotiating skills, and a practical approach to implementation – including knowledge of Bank systems
Ability to balance regulatory requirements with the best interests of the Bank and its customers
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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Risk & Compliance
NEW YORK-NEW YORK
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