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Work hand in hand with the Leader of Regulatory Change and Data Management as part of the regulatory change management function within the Americas Compliance Division. The position's primary objective is to develop, deploy, and manage regulatory compliance Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) mission, vision, and program elements in accordance with enterprise policy requirements and management expectations. This role includes the day-to-day execution of regulatory change management overall strategy to effectively meet Americas Compliance and company-wide goals, objectives, and mandates.
Stay current on changes in federal and state compliance laws, regulations and guidance affecting financial institutions.
Facilitate the impact analysis process on relevant rulemaking through the company's research systems and GRC repositories.
Ensure that all stakeholders affected by a regulatory change are adequately informed.
Perform review and analysis of regulatory changes and identify its impact to various business, risk and support functions across the bank.
Provide tracking, communications, and MIS reporting on Regulatory Change implementation status to cross-divisional and Enterprise Risk partners and senior Risk and Compliance leadership.
Build quality assurance process
Expand program and procedures across various Americas entities
Integrate and alignment of program with other entities.
Define program, policies, procedures that can be implemented across the organization.
Ensure compliance with international standards.
Provide training on the enhanced program.
Serve as subject matter expert provide specialized industry knowledge on enhancement and improvement of program.
Integration of function with regulatory inventory, risk assessment, testing, monitoring and reporting functions.
Assist with implementation of change management program across organization.
Define methodologies and maintenance of policy, program, procedures etc.
Define regulatory change reporting requirements, build, validate and roll out Open Pages reporting.
Review existing regulatory change vendor capabilities for coverage across all regulators, entities and automation capabilities.
BS or BA degree with prior management experience required; advanced degrees legal or business related fields are viewed favorably. Master's degree preferred
10 years of compliance and/or risk management (Operational Risk, Compliance, or Audit) related experience within the financial industry.
Legal background in compliance a plus
Familiarity with compliance regulations impacting bank including areas in core compliance, finance, HR etc.
Ability to multi-task and handle multiple priorities at one time
Ensure quality delivery of product with in defined timelines.
Experience with understanding and interpreting regulations, laws, and statutes and assessing their impact to business process, governance and compliance.
Advanced Microsoft Office skills; advanced knowledge of Excel strongly preferred.
Prior experience with Open Pages preferred.
Strong working knowledge of compliance risk management within financial organization.
Work effectively with others at all levels across the organization.
Self-driven and ability to work independently
Prior experience in regulatory change management is required.
A good technical acumen is necessary.
Prior experience with financial institutions or Big4 consulting firms within compliance, Risk or audit is required.
Strong regulatory risk and compliance management foundation, with minimum of seven years of experience working within a regulated financial institution, consultancy, or regulatory agency; prefer direct experience working with, developing, implementing, and managing regulatory inventories and strategies.
Working knowledge of a broad spectrum of financial products and services, and banking operations.
High level of attention to detail and documentation requirements. Strong interpersonal skills and customer service mindset; the ability to work collaboratively with various business partners and stakeholders. Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; good presentation, analytical, project management and consulting skills.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; excellent presentation, advocacy, analytical, project management and consulting skills.
Demonstrated knowledge in banking laws and regulations administered by the Federal Reserve Bank, FDIC, OCC and federal and state regulators
Demonstrated ability to manage workloads and prioritize deliverables, ability to be flexible
Ability to take initiative and execute ideas
Ability to promote cooperation and good working relationships among team members.
Ability to conduct and participate in meeting with all levels of staffing
Professional designations (CRCM, CAMS, CIA or other compliance or Audit certifications) a plus.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the 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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