Sr. Fraud Risk Manager, Vice President
- New York, NY
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The manager of Independent Fraud Risk Management reports into the Head Independent Fraud Risk Management, as part of the Operational Risk Management function. This position is responsible for oversight of MUAH and MUFG Bank US Branches fraud risk programs including Fraud risk assessment review/challenge routines, aggregated risk reporting, Fraud approval for new products, assuring performance adheres to approved risk appetite and providing industry guidance/reporting around emerging threat and trend. The individual in this position has oversight responsibility for first line of defense fraud risk activities.
• Provide ongoing independent review and challenge for First Line of Defense (FLoD) fraud risk activities and compliance with the Fraud Risk Program.
• Support fraud working group(s) of key stakeholders discussing fraud risks and mitigation measures.
•Provide aggregated reporting dashboard of fraud risk by entity (assessment and performance).
• Track fraud program risk appetite by entity and escalate breaches.
• Annually review, assess and provide feedback on the reasonableness of FLoD Fraud Operations program, loss plan and risk appetite thresholds.
• Develop monthly performance discussions with FLoD Fraud operations, to review performance, risks and emerging threat.
• Review, analyze and independently evaluate FLoD Fraud risk assessment submissions.
• Perform on going monitoring and analysis of fraud key risk metrics, to flag emerging threat and exposure to senior leadership.
• Develop required Fraud FLoD key risk metric and reporting routines.
• Work closely with industry partners/peers to stay abreast of evolving risk/threats and industry practices.
• Assist with the development of Fraud guidance chapters for policy to support the development of Control Objective requirements for FLoD.
• Assist in the development of Enterprise Fraud training modules/workshops, to assure content is current and business cases developed to keep awareness across the firm high.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
• Ability to build collaborative and productive working relationships, consensus and a sphere of influence with business teams and others across all functions.
• Team player who can excel in a fast paced, challenging environment with a strong desire to continuously improve and learn new things.
• Excellent communications skills, both oral and written with experience presenting to senior level management.
• Experience managing challenging discussions with senior leaders, with the ability to influence regardless of hierarchy/reporting lines.
• Requires 10+ years direct work experience in fraud management / Fraud Risk in the financial industry.
• Requires extensive knowledge of fraud management operations from both process and technology perspectives.
• Excellent skills in fraud/risk assessment analysis, identifying fraud trends and signs of changing risk levels.
• BA or BS degree 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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