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Banking/Attorney/In House/Dallas, Texas

Dallas TX Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Landrum, South Carolina

Landrum SC Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth TX Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Bamberg, South Carolina

Bamberg SC Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Darlington, South Carolina

Darlington SC Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Irmo, South Carolina

Irmo SC Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Pawleys Island, South Carolina

Pawleys Island SC Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Bordentown, New Jersey

Bordentown NJ Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Bound Brook, New Jersey

Bound Brook NJ Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31

Banking/Attorney/In House/Branchburg, New Jersey

Branchburg NJ Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-31
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Attorney-Editor
In-House,Confidential
Location : Washington District of Columbia United States

ArbJournal is seeking a full-time Attorney-Editor. ArbJournal is a real-time publisher of research and analysis of legal and regulatory issues inherent in corporate M&A transactions.  Candidates must have at least two years of experience in a large b... + read more

oct 27, 2014


In-House Attorney
In-House,Epic
Location : Verona Wisconsin United States

Position Summary Epic is seeking two attorneys to join its growing legal team. You?ll be on the forefront of an exciting and rapidly changing industry as Epic expands its offerings and enters new global markets. You?ll take ownership over a var... + read more

oct 23, 2014


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Banking/Attorney/In House/Dallas, Texas
Refer job# EISS70569
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Landrum, South Carolina
Refer job# SOBS70570
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Fort Worth, Texas
Refer job# CTHK70571
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Bamberg, South Carolina
Refer job# UGTN70572
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Darlington, South Carolina
Refer job# FOKI70573
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Irmo, South Carolina
Refer job# SIZZ70574
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Pawleys Island, South Carolina
Refer job# YZWV70575
 
Ops Risk/Compl Consultant 6 The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) manages RCRM is accountable for oversight of regulatory compliance risks. The CCO independently evaluates the Compliance Programs of the banks lines of business on an ongoing basis to ensure their adherence to corporate regulatory policies, provides credible challenge to management decisions, business processes and activities, and reports the Company's state of compliance. Will be responsible for managing a small team of compliance consultants conducting regulatory compliance risk management oversight for consumer lending related regulations and business compliance programs. Will provide enterprise-wide oversight and governance for: consumer residential lending, consumer non-residential lending, and consumer collections + Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Additional responsibilities include maintaining an awareness of the state of compliance across assigned regulations, businesses and the industry; assuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal policy requirements; providing subject matter expertise to businesses and support group partners on select regulations and risk topics; ensuring business issues are proactively identified and addressed appropriately, escalating when necessary; and managing relationships and fostering a team orientation with corporate, business heads, legal, audit and multiple regulators. Specific duties for this position include: Provide industry and subject matter expertise on assigned consumer lending activities. Proactively identify potential consumer lending compliance issues, constructively challenge existing fundamentals/assumptions and develop alternative approaches/solutions. Lead and manage a small team of compliance consultants who conduct regulatory compliance oversight and subject matter expert activities. Oversee fulfillment of risk assessment and other compliance risk tool requirements and use tools and reporting in conducting risk analysis. Support cross business regulatory examinations and audits. Lead and/or oversee corporate regulatory compliance initiatives across consumer lending areas to deliver enterprise-wide business transformations. Provide oversight for the successful implementation of applicable regulatory changes or other required action plans. Build strong partnerships and collaborate effectively with business, enterprise risk, Law Department partners and regulators.

Bachelor's Degree, Master's or Law Degree preferred. Should have 12+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk, IT systems security, business process mgmt. or financial services, of which at least 6 years must include direct experience in compliance or operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the mgmt. of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk). Should have demonstrated ability developing, implementing and/or overseeing effective consumer compliance programs, or the equivalent (e.g. Regulatory Compliance, Internal Audit programs, etc.). 3+ years of management experience is needed. Should have expertise in consumer lending regulations. Experience in working with banking regulators and experience with overseeing bank supervision strategy or compliance programs required. Ability to integrate end-to-end business process knowledge and assessment into oversight activities required. Previous regulatory or compliance experience in financial services; understanding of regulatory requirements applicable to financial institutions, particularly consumer lending regulations; and experience with overseeing projects/work flow across a global institution will be preferred.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Bordentown, New Jersey
Refer job# HQHL70576
 
Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Bound Brook, New Jersey
Refer job# ZAER70577
 
Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Branchburg, New Jersey
Refer job# OGKR70578
 
Wholesale Risk Vice President, Financial Crimes Candidate will report directly to the Senior Vice President, AML/Sanctions Program Manager for Wholesale Banking. In-depth analysis of product and service initiatives across the Wholesale lines of business with specific focus on financial crimes risk assessments, policies and processes related to the review and approval of new and modified products and services. Provide primary support to Wholesale business lines in the development, modification or retirement of products. The position will support the AML/Sanctions Program Manager; will act as primary liaison with Treasury Management to provide BSA/AML/Sanctions compliance risk expertise and consulting relating to product and services development, modification and implementation. Identification and evaluation of BSA/AML/Sanctions and related risk and the evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, initiatives and internal controls in mitigation of risk.

Candidate with J.D. degree, M.B.A. or other relevant graduate degree preferred. 8+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 2+ years management experience. Demonstrated experience in BSA/AML/OFAC/Sanctions. Demonstrated experience in Treasury Management products and services. Sound analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff. Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and task simultaneously. Ability to work with cross-functional teams. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.
 
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