AFC Reporting and Communications Analyst - Associate

Job Title: Reporting and Communications Analyst
Corporate Title: Associate
Location: New York

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Role Description - Summary
This position is within Deutsche Bank’s US Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) Transformation and Remediation team, reporting to the US AFC Reporting and Communications Lead. The person filling this role will primarily be responsible for providing support to the Reporting and Communications Lead in facilitation of effective communication of program scope, delivery progress and dissemination of Global Mercury communication to U.S. stakeholders. In addition, this position will also provide support for producing consistent messaging across multiple stakeholder presentations including, but not limited to, quarterly reporting to the regulators, U.S. Legal Entity Board meetings. You should have the ability to effectively collaborate and communicate, and to get up to speed with content quickly across a number of topics and areas. Strong writing and presentation skills and a keen eye for detail are essential.

Responsibilities/Tasks:
- Supports the US AFC Reporting and Communications Lead in establishment of a communication strategy for alignment of Global to U.S. stakeholders to facilitate effective dissemination of information
- Develop procedures for creation, distribution and management of various senior management and regulatory reporting
- Execute reporting procedures to ensure all reports and supporting documents are consistent and completely accurately within the required timeframes
- Prepare and maintain a comprehensive reporting calendar covering all internal and external communications and reporting
- Support development of a run book of all communication and presentation content produced so that materials can be re-used in an efficient and effective manner
- Maintain data files, archives, and documents library as well as manages the version control, updates, and approvals of key documents (e.g., policies, procedures, and audit plans)
- Collaborate with multiple functions and stakeholders to gather data required for reporting purposes
- Challenge reporting content, consolidate, streamline and edit content as required to ensure appropriate messaging
- Support preparation of periodic and ad-hoc executive and detailed presentations to senior management, executive committees, Boards and regulators, including development of quarterly status reports to regulators
- Support coordination of governance approvals of reports, presentations and communication materials
- Ensure strong Audit trail of presentation artifacts are maintained to support the program management standards
- Perform QA of weekly status reporting produced by workstreams for quality and accuracy, including QA of reporting tools to ensure consistency
- Support the Findings Management Lifecycle to assist in brining supervisory and audit findings in scope of the AFC Transformation and Remediation program to closure
- Support program management activities such as providing inputs into the program management framework and supporting its implementation across workstreams, performing gap assessments against requirements to ensure coverage, challenging scope and plan progress, and reporting of program health to senior management
- Support the establishment of a framework to keep track of program achievements and risk reduction

Experience/Exposure:
- Experience in Financial Services notably in the domains of Anti-Money Laundering would be desirable as it would facilitate getting up to speed with content quicker
- Experience in Program Management or Project Management roles in financial industry
- Experienced in effectively communicating with and positively influencing project stakeholders and team members
- Excellent verbal and written English and ability to tailor communication to various audiences
- Must have a keen eye for detail with a focus on quality control
- Ability to absorb information quickly and link related topics
- Proficiency with MS Office Products: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Excellent PowerPoint presentation skills are essential
- Must be a team player; able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and meet competing/changing deadlines
- Desire to learn new content and understand the regulation to enable effective challenge of project status/presentation content

Education/Certification:
- Undergraduate Degree from an accredited college or university


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