BSA AML Compliance Jobs and Careers
The Leadership Development Trainer is responsible for on-boarding and continuous coaching for new and emerging leaders at all levels of the organization. This role will be responsible for delivering best-in-class education, experiences and exposure for our leaders that enhance organizational performance and align to our core values.
The Developer/Business Analyst will focus on optimizing operational performance through understanding business needs and identifying how best to meet them. This role leverages technical and business expertise to identify opportunities for improvement and drive change throughout the organization. This includes working cross functionally to gather requirements, project manage priorities and drive implementation. Once requirements have been gathered and approved, proceed to develop and support applications. Other responsibilities include data analysis, reporting and change management support.
Reporting to the Head of Financial Crimes Advisory, the Financial Crimes Advisory (“FCA”) Director will be exposed to an array of client Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) / Bank Secrecy Act (“BSA”) / Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) engagements. Engagements generally include:
- AML / BSA / OFAC Program Reviews such as program / policy / procedure development, gap analysis, risk assessments, training development, staffing models and Testing, Monitoring and Review (“TMR”);
- Model Risk Management such as data quality analysis, model validation, and tuning / optimization;
- Customer Reviews such as Know Your Customer (“KYC”) methodology / implementation and remediation support;
- Transaction Reviews such as Lookback planning and implementation;
- Operational Services such as building strategic frameworks for Suspicious Activity Reporting (“SAR”), Currency Transaction Reporting (“CTR”), KYC, and Watch List Management (“WLM”) programs.
In addition to the aforementioned, the Director must be capable of the following:
- Demonstrating subject matter expertise in AML / BSA / OFAC, economic sanctions, cyber-crime, counter terrorist financing, bank fraud, anti-corruption, and bribery.
- Interacting with clients and prospects including business development.
Other types of strategy consulting may include assessing people, process, and technology (“PPT”) environments identifying strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for financial services clients. Many different engagement types exist and typically work varies from client to client and project to project.
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This role is the gatekeeper, organizer, and manager of schedules for the executive team. The Executive Assistant will organize travel, management calls, client interactions, calendar management and be responsible for overall administrative duties. We are looking for an energetic and creative, early in career professional with outstanding communication skills, ability to multitask, analyze information and make decisions. Primary location: Cleveland, Ohio.
Responsibilities primarily include transaction monitoring and research of customers deemed to be “high risk” by our various financial institution clients as required by their respective AML/BSA programs. This position can be located in our Cleveland, Buffalo, Hudson, Phoenix, or Mississauga offices.
The Senior AML Trainer position is responsible for facilitating new hire training and continuous education courses. This position will also be involved with the development of materials to be utilized by the Training Department. Additionally, this position will work closely with new staff as they move out of new hire training and into production. This position can work from our Cleveland, Phoenix, or Buffalo locations.