This role is responsible for Regulatory and Compliance management across the Third Party Lifecycle Management Center of Expertise (TLM COE). The primary focus includes:
Promoting strong understanding of regulatory requirements relative to vendor risk management.
Supporting the execution of TLM COE Business Self Testing (BST) program.
Supporting the overall implementation and governance of Global Supply Management Process Risk Self-Assessment (PRSA) framework.
Supporting periodic PRSA risk assessments using the company's standard methodologies.
Mitigating identified control weaknesses through the creation of appropriate action plans.
Supporting timely follow-up, escalation and sustained resolution of identified control issues, deficiencies, and risk events.
Supporting Annual GSM Audits.
Interfacing with the Internal Audit Group, attending ongoing meetings, and fieldwork data collection.
Supporting regulatory reviews (i.e., FRB, OCC, FDIC, CFPB), including data collection and submission.
The successful candidate will need to manage the tools, processes, and stakeholders that are directly involved with the program.
Other duties as assigned.
The position will report to the Director - Third-Party Lifecycle Management.
3 years experience in an audit or compliance testing function preferred.
Understanding of compliance, risk management and internal control frameworks.
Understanding of regulations related to vendor risk management.
Ability to multi-task, work in a constantly changing and deadline-driven environment. Comfortable challenging the status quo and thinks outside the box.
Individual must be flexible and possess strong relationship, influencing and collaboration skills.
Exceptional ability to engage, educate, influence, and collaborate across the enterprise.
Strong interpersonal, leadership and change management skills, as well as solid presentation and communication skills.
Ability to think conceptually and translate concepts into practical goals.
Ability to scope and execute process improvements.
Ability to set priorities, resolve issues, provide guidance, secure engagements and commitments from teams across multiple locations in a highly matrixed organization.
Strong sense of individual ownership, personal accountability and drive for results.
Bachelor degree or equivalent experience in business, finance, regulatory compliance or audit preferred.
Employment eligibility to work with American Express in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for these positions.
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