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Regulatory Risk Specialist (F)

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PNC Bank Pittsburgh , PA 15201

Posted 3 months ago

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  • Partners with regulatory risk manager to execute regulatory risk initiatives including setting up, building and monitoring initiatives. Challenges internal service partners and lines of business to ensure appropriate execution within and across business and risk areas.

  • Ensures appropriate documentation is completed. Includes review of reporting by risk area on compliance validation, control framework and risk profiles, escalating issues to management when necessary.

  • Identifies potential audit issues and MRAs to ensure timely and appropriate execution by business and risk areas. Communicates those potential issues and the execution plan to the lines of business.

  • Participates in regulatory and audit meetings as appropriate. May include participating in business staff meetings as appropriate to provide an update of status/progress.

  • Interacts with lines of business, and/or external and internal partners, in their role of monitoring the execution of regulations. Participates in business staff meetings to provide an update of status/progress.

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Regulatory Risk Specialist (F)

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