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Global Financial Crimes Investigations and Intelligence Quality Assurance Analyst - Vice President

ID de trabajo 21394705 Ubicación primaria Tampa, Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Irving, Texas, New Castle, Delaware; Categoría de Trabajo Compliance and Control
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The Global Financial Crimes Investigations and Intelligence (hereafter “GFCII”) at Citi has its mission to create an integrated approach to the prevention and detection of financial crimes by identifying vulnerabilities and mitigating risks to the bank. The GFCII has expanded its mission from Anti-Money Laundering to integrate areas including, but not limited to, Cyber-Enabled Financial Crimes, Data Intelligence, Vulnerable Person Program, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Sanctions, Fraud, and Cryptocurrency. GFCII’s responsibilities include identifying trends and patterns within Citi’s data which will be distributed to relevant stakeholders for appropriate action or informational purposes with an objective to pro-actively identify ongoing unusual activity and emerging trends. This expansion requires a synchronized operational approach across the Financial Crimes umbrella. GFCII is a global unit with regional teams located in EMEA, APAC, LATAM/MX and NAM covering multiple countries in each region.

The Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst will be part of the global Manager's Control Assessment (MCA) team within GFCII. The MCA Program provides independent assessments of governance, risk managements and internal control environment of GFCII's key processes. This Program is designed to ensure GFCII's various processes maintain consistent high standards of quality and adhere to the requirements of applicable regulations, policies and procedures. The MCA team focuses on activities, risks and controls deemed significant for GFCII and assesses whether critical controls are executed as intended in mitigating key operational risks. The MCA team is a change agent aimed to enhance GFCII's control culture worldwide and thereby support GFCII Senior Management's decision making around the globe.

The QA Analyst, as a Vice President, will be considered as a senior individual contributor on the MCA team. The role will perform a critical function in the execution of the MCA program. The role will perform complex and critical testing and assessments of GFCII’s risk and control environments in coordination with applicable regulations, policies and procedures. The overall objective is to ensure GFCII's control environment meets and even exceeds the expectations from internal auditors and external regulators. The QA Analyst will be responsible for completing independent end-to-end review of the underlying process and designed controls. Exampled testing includes Investigations, SAR Filings, Account Closeout, Responses to 314B Inquires, Investigative Analytical Program, KYC Risk Rating Override, and Training program. In addition, the QA Analyst will proactively analyze MCA testing results, identify gaps in control execution, emerging risks and/or weaknesses in process and control design, and propose potential remedial actions to management. Furthermore, the role will partner with process owners in the development and evaluate potential remedial plans if needed.

Representative Responsibilities

·         Serve as a lead reviewer on various GFCII processes as part of Quarterly Risk Assessment or on an ad hoc basis as needed

·         Apply an in-depth understanding of regulations, policies and procedures to specific GFCII processes and validate GFCII processes are executed in compliance with applicable regulations, policies and procedures.

·         Act as a Subject Matter Expert to senior stakeholders and /or other team members.

·         Maintain up-to-date work knowledge of financial crimes investigations, SAR filings and other processes

·         Proactively analyze deviations from policies and procedures and determine root cause of issues

·         Effectively identify gaps in control execution, emerging risks and/or weakness in processes and control designs

·         Develop and execute potential remedial actions if needed

·         Collaborate with teams across GFCII and assess the overall control environment

·         Use communication skills to influence a wide range of internal stakeholders

·         Have the ability to operate with a limited level of direct supervision; can exercise independence of judgement and autonomy.

Qualifications:

·         6-10 years prior work experience in a financial institution with job specific work experience in AML and Financial Crimes.

·         Previous experience in internal audit and/ or external audit of financial institutions is preferred.

·         Work knowledge of the laws applicable to money laundering, including the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), the USA Patriot Act, OFAC, FinCEN requirements, and Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) requirements; AML Certification is preferred.

·         Project management skills particularly with regulatory focus is a plus.

·         Highly motivated; self-starter, flexible, innovative, adaptive and strong interpersonal skills

·         Excellent written, verbal and negotiation skills

·         Effective influencing and relationship management skills

·         Ability to remain unbiased in a diverse working environment

·         Proficient in MS Office applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Education:

·         Bachelor’s/University degree; Master’s degree preferred

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Job Family Group:

Compliance and Control

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Job Family:

AML Core

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Time Type:

Full time

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