US Anti-Corruption Compliance Group - Screening Senior Analyst
Screening Senior Analyst, U.S. Anti-Corruption
U.S. Risk & Regulatory Affairs
Ethics & Compliance Anti-Corruption Compliance Group (ACCG)
Arlington, VA or East Coast
Are you passionate about Anti-Corruption Compliance? Do your strengths include investigating potential risk situations and risk-management? Then our Anti-Corruption Compliance team is looking for talent like you!
Work you'll do
Deloitte LLP fosters a culture that protects, preserves, and enhances our reputation. The Risk and Regulatory Affairs Office brings together five core programs including Ethics & Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, Confidentiality & Privacy, Independence, and Strategic & Reputational Risk Management; enabling us to make an impact that matters on our people, our clients, and society. The objective of the Ethics and Compliance Program is to support Deloitte LLP's shared values and Global Principles of Business Conduct by centrally coordinating and enhancing ethics and compliance practices designed to prevent, detect, and address such issues.
The mission of our Anti-Corruption Compliance Group (ACCG) is to establish policies, processes, and controls to support the Deloitte U.S. firms' compliance with applicable anti-corruption regulations, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). ACCG also has responsibility for compliance with U.S. economic sanctions. The scope of ACCG includes the U.S. and other jurisdictions, currently identified as U.S. India (USI), Deloitte Consulting India, Deloitte Consulting Germany and Deloitte Consulting Mexico.
With the Anti-Corruption Compliance Group you will serve as a senior analyst on the third party due diligence screening team. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Processing and analyzing adverse information on individuals and companies collected from due diligence databases, such as Lexis Nexis World Compliance, and other sources such as Factiva
- Performing internal and external research on individuals and companies to contextualize the adverse information identified and its potential risk to the U.S. Firms
- Sharing, requesting and reviewing information provided by internal relationship managers, procurement, accounts payable, and the third parties themselves in the United States, Mexico and India
- Performing a review of first-level recommendations and their documentation and reporting of findings
- Supporting, where appropriate, ACCG economic sanctions-related policy and screening compliance, including remediating screening results in the context of the firms' business and policy compliance environment
- Gain comprehensive understanding of Deloitte LLP's Anti-Corruption policies and guidelines, and working knowledge and proficiency in various anti-corruption compliance processes and monitoring functions
- Assist management in identifying and mitigating compliance risks, enhancing and implementing compliance monitoring efforts and fostering a compliance culture; where appropriate, propose process improvements and enhancements
- Conduct basic and detailed research using Watchlist databases and online resources
- Summarize findings and proposed next steps in a concise manner
- Oversee and provide feedback on work performed by a team of "first line of defense" reviewers on their third party due diligence reviews and support recommendations to management on the potential risk of Deloitte's relationship with a third party
- Apply sound judgement and comply with firm policies on handling sensitive and confidential data
- Independently manage workload and priorities with limited oversight
- Proactively troubleshoot issues and exercise discretion when management support may be necessary to resolve an issue
- Support teammates and work closely to develop best practices and collectively develop a knowledge base
- Provide support and collaborate as necessary with screening team to conduct additional procedures
- Coordinate, where appropriate, with other team members to complete tasks
Deloitte LLP fosters a culture that protects, preserves, and enhances our reputation. The Risk and Regulatory Affairs Office brings together five core programs, enabling us to make an impact that matters on our people, our clients, and society. The objective of the Ethics and Compliance Program is to support Deloitte LLP's shared values and Global Principles of Business Conduct by centrally coordinating and enhancing ethics and compliance practices designed to prevent, detect, and address such issues.
The mission of our Anti-Corruption Compliance Group (ACCG) is to establish policies, processes, and controls to support the Deloitte U.S. firms' compliance with applicable anti-corruption regulations, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). ACCG also has responsibility for compliance with U.S. economic sanctions. The scope of ACCG includes the U.S. and other jurisdictions, currently identified as U.S. India (USI) and Deloitte Consulting Mexico.
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
- Attention to detail
- Ability to conduct background research on individuals and companies to identify adverse information
- Ability to draft research summaries that will be shared with team leadership
- Familiarity with research tools such as Lexis Nexis World Compliance, Thomas Reuters World Check, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance database, and Factiva
- Familiarity with the US financial regulatory environment, including anti-corruption regulations such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US anti-money laundering regulations, and US economic sanctions regulations
- Aptitude to learn and utilize technology (e.g. Deloitte Third Party Management Gateway) to perform and document responsibilities.
- Ability to critically and objectively analyze problems and facilitate solutions
- Ability to manage ambiguity and adapt to expanding and varying technology solutions and processes
- Ability to operate effectively in a team environment, contributing positively to team operations and working relationships
- Ability to constructively solicit and be receptive to feedback from supervisors and colleagues and stretch oneself to learn new skills for overall development
- Ability to handle a high-volume workload and work effectively on various tasks in parallel
- Ability to develop and follow directions with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
- Proven ability to work independently and drive projects to completion
- High integrity in order to deal with sensitive and confidential data
- Confidence and professional poise to work directly with LCSPs, Lead Engagement Partners, client service teams, or other firm leaders
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- 3+ years of experience in the regulatory compliance industry, specializing in performing background research on individuals and companies, due diligence inquiries, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance, Anti-Money Laundering compliance, risk assessments or investigations, or other forensic reviews.
- Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field
- Experience with a global professional services firm a plus
How you'll grow
At Deloitte, our professional development plan focuses on helping people at every level of their career to identify and use their strengths to do their best work every day. We offer opportunities to help sharpen skills in addition to hands-on experience in the global, fast-changing business world. From on-the-job learning experiences to formal development programs, our professionals have a variety of opportunities to continue to grow throughout their career.
Requisition code: E18NYCSSPEJD021-USL4
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