Examiner - Member Regulation, ROOR - New York, NY
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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is seeking a well-qualified individual for our Examiner opening in New York, NY. To be considered for this position, please submit your resume through our career site at www.finra.org/careers - no phone calls, please.
Job Summary :
The Examiner should be proficient to highly proficient in identifying risks, developing regulatory strategies to address those risks and managing teams that execute these strategies. The Examiner provides advice to staff and makes decisions in his/her respective area(s) of competence. This is a senior-level professional position leading teams, mentoring, sharing knowledge, advising staff, and working under minimal supervision.
Position may be filled at various levels depending on experience and job skills of a successful candidate.
Essential Job Functions :
- Lead or participate in, and provide guidance and advice on examinations of introducing and clearing firms. Identify key risks, develop strategies to review for those risks, and manage staffs who execute such strategies and prepare examination reports.
- Proactively identify notable trends in industry practices, products and procedures.
- Analyze member firms' financial and operational books and records to identify areas of risk.
- Actively lead and participate in meetings with firms during examinations under minimal supervision.
- Ensure regulatory programs serve departmental goals and FINRA's mission in an efficient and effective manner.
- Participate in developing training content; advise the Business Solutions Training Group on the technical accuracy of classroom materials.
- Present exam related matters at internal meetings and conferences.
- Lead classroom training on technical matters for the Division's staff, including at new examiner trainings, or other FINRA training programs.
- Train less experienced examiners during examinations on conducting move-the-line and risk reviews and in preparing examination reports.
- Proactively identify ideas for in-house training.
- Serve as a mentor and coach to less experienced staff.
- Exemplify the FINRA Leadership Characteristics and serve as a role model for staff in the department.
- Participate on committees and special projects.
- Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics with a minimum of 6 credits preferred; equivalent experience in a directly related securities industry position may be substituted for Bachelor's degree.
- Proficient level of knowledge of financial and operational risks; and securities industry rules, regulations, guidelines and industry best practices.
- Proficient knowledge of securities products, activities of member firms and the securities industry.
- Minimum of five to six years of securities, compliance or financial regulatory experience.
- Sound critical thinking, interviewing, research and quantitative skills.
- Strong analytical skills; proficient in analyzing data and identifying risk.
- Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
- Strong time management skills.
- Work is normally performed in an office environment at FINRA, member firm premises or at various locations.
- Overnight travel is required.
- Extended hours are frequently required.
- Work expectations include timely and high quality productivity.
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