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This position reports in to the Head of Project Management Office (PMO) for MUFG Americas IBOR Transition Program that covers all activities across CUSO entities (MUB, MUBK, MUSA, and MUTB) and throughout the Americas (MUBK Canada, Mexico and Brazil) to provide support to lead and execute plans of IBOR project, which is the once-in-ten-year industry wide high impact event. The project is the part and lead of Global IBOR Project. The role supports Head of PMO for MUFG Americas IBOR Transition Program and other PMO members in establishing and implementing project action plans, executing and monitoring project activities for the project including workstream groups. This position is also responsible for the promotion of various projects in MUFG Americas as requested by the Chief of Staff.
70% Americas IBOR Project Management
Support project governance framework including MUAH Board Risk Committee, ARC, IBOR Steering Committee, and Business Sponsor Meeting.
Support tracking periodic updates of 13 workstreams' Work Breakdown Strategy (WBS).
Support tracking massive amount of action plans in WBS both from Americas and Global perspectives
Support management of Tokyo Global PMO communication.
Support the [Head of the Americas IBOR replacement project management] with system development plan oversight and examination of operation flow (compensation control)
Support creating client communication plans (including contract remediation) with relevant parties such as business lines and legal
Establish sound relationships that facilitate constructive problem solving and innovative solutions with lines of business and
Coordinate with Head office in Japan and support the [Head of the Americas IBOR Project Management] in representing Americas PMO at presentations to Tokyo PMO and other executive sponsors.
10% Support Americas PMO in MUFG Global IBOR Project
10% Support IBOR related risk and control management
This position is to support the review of the risk pertaining to IBOR cessation through PSRA process.
10% Promotion of various projects in MUFG Americas as requested by the Chief of Staff
Bachelors or advanced degree a plus.
3 years of demonstrated experience in financial services
Ability to effectively and accurately manage large volumes of complex tasks.
Extensive project management experience with evident success managing projects to completion in an efficient and effective manner.
Effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
Proven track record in collaborating with staff across different organizational functions and driving consensus.
Proactive approach to tasks, ability to work on tasks independently and also take direction from management.
Prior corporate banking/ market experience (preferred).
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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