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The Risk Analyst II is responsible for proactively identifying, designing, enhancing and conducting first line monitoring programs and reports results to risk management leadership and/or committees. The incumbent facilitates remediation of division self-identified issues, and findings made by compliance, internal audit and regulators. The incumbent also leads or participates in working groups and on special projects and provide guidance to staff on account level risk issues to facilitate resolution.
Proactively identify business line risk.
Facilitate remediation self-identified risks or those risk findings made by Compliance, Internal Audit or Regulators to meet regulatory requirements.
Monitor and analyze risk programs, provide transparency and keeping management and other control functions actively informed of any evolving key risks.
Research and propose program resolution steps, monitor to ensure business communication / connection.
Assist business line risk management leaders and related Risk and Control Group(s) in the research and development of risk measurement/monitoring methodologies, including defining, creating and collecting the necessary data requirement from existing systems.
Design, enhance and conduct first-line risk monitoring programs.
Lead or participate in working groups and on special projects to provide guidance to staff on account level risk issues to facilitate resolution.
Build and conduct training related to risk issues impacting the division and contribute to the dissemination of risk management best practices and measurements.
Provide analytic and project management support in the development and implementation of risk management best practices to support business line risk priorities.
Develop risk reports and presentations for business line risk management leadership.
Reports and escalates as necessary to risk management leadership and promotes cultural awareness of risk management practices.
Education, Licensure, Year of Experience (and type of work experience):
Required 5+ years' financial services experience, preferably in the area of wealth management.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience required
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Knowledge of OCC Regulations applicable to large banks and trust companies.
Strong knowledge of investment management and products and services of trust companies, including common trust funds Knowledge of committee protocols and project management.
Good verbal and written skills for presentation to management and committees.
Understanding of current regulatory environment and requirements.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the 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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