MUFG Union Bank AVP Risk Assessment in United States
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TALEO Job Summary:
Reporting to the Global Financial Crimes Manager, this role supports compliance and risk mitigation solutions, by executing assigned processes as directed by their manager
The Global Financial Crimes Associate collaborates with a team of compliance professionals in ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements associated with anti-money laundering, international sanctions, and adherence to the Bank’s OFAC Global Standards.
Management or Supervision: No
Responsible for executing assigned tasks and activities focused on systemic compliance with global BSA/AML/Sanctions programs
Responsible for development and implementation of assigned tasks and processes
Manages data accuracy for assigned processes and procedures
Analytical and procedural expert for assigned deliverables
Coordinate risk based activities to review current sanctions compliance effectiveness, which may include: training, process design improvements, plan development and execution, testing controls and/or monitoring and incorporating regulatory expectations
Participate in project plan to address remediation efforts and testing review findings, to include process updates, documentation and training
Execute assigned tasks related to project plan to address remediation efforts and testing review findings, to include process updates, documentation and training
May monitor related regulatory developments, enforcement actions and industry developments, as assigned
May identify trends, patterns and sanctioned related themes in compliance testing and internal reviews
Track and review the sufficiency of action plans to address remediation and effectiveness review findings, as assigned
May collaborate with stakeholders in coordinating testing, training and effectiveness review plans
Education, Licensure, Year of Experience (and type of work experience):
3 to 5 years of experience within the financial services industry, specific to global risk and financial crimes
OFAC sanctions experience a plus
BA/BS Degree preferred
ACAMS designation a plus
Understanding of sanctions compliance laws and regulations, applicable to international sanctions programs
Experience investigating compliance processes, performing compliance testing, training, quality control/assurance processes, and internal/external audits
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
General Knowledge of sanctions compliance laws and regulations
Understanding of banking products and processes as they relate to sanctions controls
Excellent judgement and analytical skills
Excellent oral/ written communication skills
Attention to detail and process oriented
Strong organizational skills
Ability to execute and develop project plans, as assigned
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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