MUFG Union Bank Americas Financial Crimes Policy Governance, Vice President in Irving, Texas
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The Compliance Manager, Americas Financial Crimes Policy Governance, will play a key role in implementing the Bank’s framework for developing and administering financial crimes compliance (FCC) documentation (e.g., policies, standards, and procedures) and managing regulatory changes impacting FCC activities in the Americas Region.
MUFG has established the Global Financial Crimes Division in New York to lead the development of a global program and each region under this program has a Regional Financial Crimes Office (RFCO). Financial Crimes Office Americas (FCOA) is the regional office responsible for the establishment and maintenance of effective systems and controls to mitigate the risk that MUFG might be used to further financial crimes in the Americas.
• Build and maintain processes to administer FCC documentation through the policy lifecycle (e.g., development, review, approval, implementation).
• Coordinating with the GFCD Policy Group to adopt and, as appropriate, adapt FCC policies and related global documents across the Americas.
• Facilitating with regional stakeholders the development, approval, and administration of FCC documents that align to global documents.
• Managing the repository of current versions and recent past versions of approved Americas FCC documents, unless local regulation requires local repositories.
• Maintaining and managing the review calendar for Americas- and branch-level FCC documents and documenting ad-hoc reviews and updates occurring off-cycle.
• Managing the exception review and approval process (including escalation and reporting to the GFCD Policy Group) for Americas- and branch-level FCC documents.
• Preparing and managing communications related to FCC documents across the Americas
• Reviewing and analyzing FCC regulatory changes (including impact assessments and change management plans) in the Americas region.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in banking or other financial institution setting, with a focus on enterprise risk management or compliance risk management.
• Knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements in the FCC space.
• Strong writing and comprehension skills. Professional editing experience preferred.
• Experience in the development and administration of policies, standards, and procedures.
• Experience in the management (including identification, tracking, reporting, and analysis) of regulatory change.
• Strong project management and organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently.
• Team player and ability to work collaboratively.
• Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across multiple departments; and
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
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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