Senior Manager, US Card Compliance Advisory
McLean 1 (19050), United States of America, McLean, Virginia
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Senior Manager, US Card Compliance Advisory
The Compliance Advisor Senior Manager performs a key risk management role (second line of defense) by ensuring business line initiatives and processes comply with applicable consumer laws and regulations. While working within the Compliance Management Program framework, the Compliance Advisor Senior Manager is responsible for delivering quality results, providing compliance advice to business lines as a subject matter expert, and executing or participating in corporate risk management processes.
The Compliance Advisor Senior Manager supports business lines by:
-Providing subject matter expertise and guidance on lending compliance requirements;
-Providing effective challenge and guidance on compliance risks and supporting business line through various interactions and forums;
-Leading and advising on due diligence and integration efforts;
-Assessing operational breakdowns for compliance risk and providing guidance on remediation/recovery plans;
-Providing guidance on controls over compliance requirements and business line monitoring of those controls; and
-Performing risk-based design reviews of business line controls and providing guidance on identified risks.
-Maintain subject matter expertise of applicable laws and regulations and Compliance Risk Management framework
-Maintain understanding of business line operating processes, strategies, products, and services
-Provide effective challenge and guidance on compliance risks and support business line through various interactions and forums
-Support business line by providing expert advice and influencing changes to processes, procedures, and controls to mitigate compliance risk
-Determine compliance requirement applicability to business line products and processes
-Advise business line on compliance requirement applicability for new products and/or processes and changes in law or regulation
-Conduct compliance risk assessment of new products and initiatives and advise business of compliance risk(s) associated risks; support business during new product and initiative implementation
-Review new/revised business line policies, standards and procedures
-Help business line determine appropriate training audience, delivery channel(s), and training frequency for compliance training
-Review business line training materials with compliance related content for accuracy and completeness
-Provide business line guidance on developing and executing controls and monitoring plans
-Assess operational breakdowns for compliance risk and provide guidance on remediation/recovery plans
-Identify trends in data and advise on identified emerging risks
-Review business line performance and escalate high risks and issues
-Communicate compliance risk appetite and key performance metrics to business line and monitor business plans to ensure compliance risk remains within approved appetite
-Evaluate Internal Audit, regulatory exam, and self-identified issues and events for compliance impacts
-Monitor external compliance environment, emerging risks, regulatory focus areas
-Assist business line in developing and maintaining their Compliance Management Program
-Bachelor's Degree or Military Experience
-At least 6 years of experience in compliance risk management, or at least 6 years of experience in legal, or at least 6 years of experience in audit
-At least 8 years of experience in compliance risk management, or 8 years of experience in legal, or 8 years of experience in audit
-Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) certification
At this time, Capital One will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position.
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