GFCD Conformance Quality Assurance Manager, Vice President
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MUFG's Global Financial Crimes Division (GFCD) Conformance Team is responsible for establishing Quality Assurance (QA) and compliance monitoring processes for financial crimes processes within the bank. Reporting into the head of QA Standards and Program Development on GFCD Conformance, the successful candidate for this new role will help design, build, and support QA and compliance monitoring functions across GFCD, including AML, Sanctions, ABC, and KYC processes.
Rol e Responsibilities:
- Support the development of consistent standards for GFCD QA and compliance monitoring programs
- Support the development of QA processes based on the identified quality standards
- Work with various functions within and without GFCD - AML, Sanctions, ABC - to support QA and underlying process development
- Provide subject matter expertise to first- and second-line financial crimes functions throughout the enterprise
- Advise various operations functions on ideal state of QA over financial crimes process and associated controls.
- Support the identification and definition of quality elements in financial crimes processes
- Support the design of QA processes that accurately measure quality with clear reporting
- Evaluate QA reports at a high level to propose process updates, as well as to provide communication and support to process owners
- 5 plus years of experience in financial crimes compliance
- Excellent writing skills
- Ability to work independently and proactively
- Skill in leading, influencing, and organizing without direct reporting lines
- Detail-oriented and systemic thinker
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Bachelor's degree (a JD, MBA, or master's degree in related field is preferred)
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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