Job Details – this job has expired, please see similar jobs below
Company Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity. The Global Financial Crimes Compliance (GFCC) organization within Company Chase & Co. is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation and oversight of the JPMC GFCC Program.
This position is responsible for conducting AML/Sanctions compliance testing for the firm’s AML/Sanctions testing team, reporting to a GFCC Testing Team Leader. This position conducts targeted reviews to assess the design and effectiveness of the firm’s AML/Sanctions controls and processes for compliance with applicable AML/OFAC/Sanctions regulations and adherence to corporate AML/Sanctions policies, procedures, and processes. This work includes completing timely and appropriately scoped reviews pursuant to the established schedule; assessing data samples when necessary to determine if practices adhere to applicable AML/Sanctions laws, regulations and regulatory expectations; discussing findings with management; and documenting findings in written reports and work papers. This position will assist the GFCC Testing team with implementing AML/Sanctions compliance testing plan in accordance the firm’s standards.
Conduct AML/Sanctions and financial crimes compliance reviews to determine if business processes, procedures, and controls are designed appropriately and operating effectively;
Scope, execute, and document properly designed AML/Sanctions compliance tests using appropriate sampling methods and testing processes;
Develop standard work programs and test scripts for the testing of program areas/products
Identify potential concerns and control issues, determine the root cause of issues and ensure stakeholders develop and implement appropriate corrective actions;
Conduct on-going compliance monitoring activities and participate in special projects as required.
7+ years of relevant Compliance experience or other related experience such as risk management, audit, or similar control-relate experience; MBA or Bachelor’s degree with professional certification preferred.
Knowledge of AML/Sanctions compliance requirements and standards that impact a global financial services firm, such as KYC/client risk rating, transaction monitoring, suspicious activity reporting, client screening/sanctions requirements, and risk assessment
Knowledge of wholesale and consumer banking businesses and related products;
◦ Strong communication, organizational, problem solving, and analytical skills. The candidate should have the ability to establish credibility and strong partnerships with senior business leaders, control functions, and corporate partners globally; and
◦ Ability to manage numerous reviews, and confidential and sensitive information in a professional manner in a fast paced deadline driven environment.
Sign up and search through 111,201 curated jobs in the Finance & Investment Edition: