Global Sanctions Risk Management Analyst
- Charlotte, NC
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The Global Sanctions Program & Risk Management Analyst will support implementation of the Global Sanction Policy, Standards and procedures as well as activities of the Global Sanctions Program & Risk Management Team. The Analyst will support sanctions-related Third Line of Defense audit and testing reviews as well as regulatory exam management and issues management activities. The Analyst will report to the Program & Risk Management Manager and, at the direction of the Head of Global Sanctions Program and Risk Management, actively support the Regional Financial Crimes Offices on sanctions exam management, audit/testing management as well as management of sanctions-related issues across the Bank.
• Coordinate with RFCOs and relevant GFCD stakeholders on global sanctions-related audit, exam and testing reviews, to support consistent messaging and approach.
• Support Regional Financial Crimes Offices (RFCO) on audit and exam preparation and reviews as needed.
• Provide support (including tracking requests for information; scheduling meetings; liaising with relevant stakeholders; compiling, reviewing and submitting responses to requesting teams; and other support functions as needed) on Global Sanctions Compliance Department program audits, exams and testing reviews.
• Liaise with Internal Audit of the Americas (IAA) on validation of sanctions-related issue closures, including providing updates and scheduling walk-through sessions with Issue Owners, Risk Managers, and other relevant stakeholders as needed.
• Work with Regulatory Affairs Office (RAO) to coordinate on sanctions-related regulatory exams, inquiries and related supporting work-streams.
• Review relevant reports to provide critical analysis and feedback to management, audit teams, and other stakeholders.
• Support issues management and issue remediation work across multiple stakeholders, including central and regional Issues Management teams.
• Work with Issue Owners and Risk Managers to manage the submission and completion of action plans and closure forms.
• Obtain substantive periodic updates that evidence progress towards action plans closure and ensure timely escalation of at-risk issues.
• Support tracking, identification and escalation of at-risk issues for management awareness and action.
• Provide additional support to the Risk Management function, as needed and assigned by the Head of Program & Risk Management.
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent
• Minimum 2 plus years' experience in compliance or regulatory risk management function
• Functional knowledge of BSA/AML and Sanctions banking regulations
• Strong time management and organizational skills, and the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently
• Good written and verbal communication skills
• Team player with the ability to work collaborative environment
• Familiarity with sanctions regulations, particularly those promulgated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
• Familiarity with the large bank compliance framework including the roles of Internal Audit and Compliance Testing
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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