The Specialist I, US P&C AMLRO AML Policy, Procedure, Training & Communications ("Analyst") is responsible for the execution of responsibilities of the U.S. P&C AMLRO Office. This role strategically leads the documentation, communication and training of U.S. P&C AML policies and procedures that arise from changes in regulations, enterprise policy changes and the remediation of issues that are surfaced through testing and reporting. The Analyst applies detailed knowledge of BSA/AML regulatory requirements along with knowledge of P&C Lines of Business to update, track and analyze information, interpret findings, ensure compliance with all applicable BSA/AML regulatory standards and Bank policies, obtain approvals, and report status and results to P&C and AML management.
Training & Communications (40%)
Strategically develops an annual training and communications calendar, as well as develops adhoc training based on advisory reported themes.
Fosters strong relationships with 1st line business partners who facilitate the delivery of training or communications within the 1st and 2nd line.
Owns the creative design process for the development and delivery of content and ensures appropriate communication of new and revised policies and procedures.
Manages the development of materials for training various audiences on needs identified through various means and as requested by business units. Collaborate with the IFL and business units to plan and deliver training.
Leads meetings and the delivery of training sessions, in person and virtually, to meet the training needs of P&C business units. Maintain documentation of AML training records for the business units.
Policies and Documentation (40%)
Utilize in-depth understanding of the BSA/AML regulations to assist P&C business management in developing policies and procedures for compliance. Assist in securing approval of the AMLRO and the U.S. AML Office for all new and revised policies and procedures.
Maintain a centralized repository of most recent versions of all P&C AML related documentation in SharePoint, including policies and procedures as well as records of issue identification, remediation, and meeting minutes.
Ensure that business unit changes in policies and procedures resulting from issue remediation and testing are incorporated into current documentation.
Disseminate documentation and documentation updates to P&C personnel and 2nd line business partners.
Maintains current, detailed knowledge of BSA/AML requirements, banking regulations and directives of the US-AML Office.
Provides subject matter expertise and project oversight to the development of P&C AML policies and procedures, including mapping them to AML controls, testing controls, and reporting metrics. Maintain project status from determination of need through approval by US AML office and implementation.
AML Ongoing Initiatives (10%)
Owns the process to provide documentation and related support for quarterly AMLRO attestation of activities of U.S. P & C AML activities and results.
Manages the gathering information for the preparation and maintenance of documentation of Business Partner Agreements, Steering Committee Decks, Decision Forum Decks, Governance Meeting Decks.
Assist in performing or leading special projects as requested by the Senior Manager, P&C AML Program Management.
Bachelor's degree - focal areas of finance, economics, or accounting
Direct experience in AML role or equivalent
Knowledge of AML in the context of broader disciplines such as Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Intelligence Operations
Knowledge of corporate banking regulations and law
Exposure to credit analysis, credit management or treasury management
Strong knowledge of the organizational offerings and business unit policies and objectives
Ability to work with high-level security access in a professional and ethical manner
Ability to use computer applications and database management tools including, but not limited to, MS Office programs
Ability to use internal Bank programs
Interpersonal skills used in a demanding team environment and for internal client interaction
Ability to independently manage multiple priorities and to proactively service multiple clients in a fast-paced environment
Ability to work a demanding schedule under limited supervision
Excellent attention to detail and ability to learn and adapt quickly
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to review, access, and provide detailed information daily as an independent thinker
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