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CIB - AML Governance - Project Manager - Vice President

Req #: 180036804
Location: London, ENG, UK
Job Category: Operations
Potential Referral Amount: 3500 Pound Sterling (GBP)
Description of the team
 
The CIB Controls Group is responsible for defining and overseeing the global CIB Control environment with a key emphasis on ensuring a robust end-to-end risk and control framework with consistent execution across all CIB businesses. This encompasses:
  • Governance & Oversight: administrative support for Business Control Committees
  • Regulatory Management: managing the control aspects of Regulatory enquiries and exams
  • Risk Identification and Assessment: managing Risk Control Self-Assessment Program, review and validation of ongoing risk events
  • Policy and Procedures: supporting policy implementation
  • Ongoing Monitoring: overseeing issues and action plans including root cause analysis
  • Major Control Programs: providing governance, coordination and execution of control projects
The part of the team responsible for CIB AML Governance is based primarily out of London but with a global remit.  We are looking to add to the existing team a dedicated VP role based in the UK to take primary responsibility for the change management agenda within the AML governance space, as well as contributing to the BAU activity of the team supporting the management of the individual Committees.
 
The primary function of the team is to manage the AML governance agenda for the CIB including:
  • Running the infrastructure to support the running of the various AML governance forums and Committees across the CIB and its constituent sub-LOBs ( Global Corporate Banking, Global Investment Banking, Treasury Services, Markets, Investor Services and Global Trade and Loan Products)
  • Developing and enhancing the existing governance around AML including new policies and procedures, process enhancement and building and maintaining a robust and flexible governance framework for the global business activities of the CIB. 
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Running of the Secretariat for AML Operating Committees within the CIB;  acting as liaison between key stakeholders including the various sub- Lines of Business and GFCC (Global Financial Crimes Compliance) to ensure items requiring discussion at the relevant Committees and forums are presented, documented and communicated appropriately
  • Providing Program Management for related LOB aligned KYC/AML governance initiatives
  • Acting as facilitator in the management and resolution of related business specific issues, leveraging appropriate resources to investigate issues, propose solutions and implement fixes/policies Proposing and developing key metrics used in CIB AML governance committees
  • Leading and supervising junior members of the team
 Qualifications/Key skills:
Problem Solving and Analysis
  • Exceptional critical thinking and analytical skills; ability to absorb and present complex ideas quickly and accurately
  • Ability to translate regulatory requirements and new concepts to the existing business model/environment
  • Ability to keep sight of the key content of a project while retaining the ability to address the key “bigger” question
  • Attention to detail including an eye for spotting errors and redundancies in existing processes and procedures
Communications
  • Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written, including the ability to convey  complex ideas and concepts in a clear manner appropriate to the audience
  • Strong influencing and negotiating skills with the ability to lead, establish and communicate at all levels
  • Ability to work independently to produce and present concise, accurate and timely communications ; strong presentation skills essential
 Working Style and Influence
  • Ability to establish good relationships rapidly with other parts of a large organization; in particular, must be able to develop and maintain strong partnerships and act as trusted advisor to numerous teams and key senior stakeholders
  • Energetic, self-motivated and effective under pressure - must enjoy the challenge of working within a fast-paced,  demanding working environment remaining flexible to underlying business flow
  • Proactive approach to problem solving, owning the issues and having the determination to follow tasks/issues through to resolution
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to develop and manage project plans including timelines, milestones and issues
  • Self-starter, able to work independently, as well as part of a team
 Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 5+ years of relevant industry experience, ideally in Risk, Oversight and Controls, Regulatory Change or Compliance
  • Knowledge/experience of key wholesale financial services businesses
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