Vice President, Strategy & Governance - Financial Crimes Office for Asia
April 5, 2021
The Financial Crimes Exam & Audit Management team is the central point of contact for financial crimes regulatory exam and audit activities in the Asia Pacific region, and will play a key role in establishing processes and procedures to ensure uniformity in preparation for, and management of, financial crimes exams and audits. Functional responsibilities of the role will include help oversee regulatory exam and audit preparation activities; ensuring organization, clarity and accuracy of documentation and written responses; coordinating participation of exam and audit stakeholders across business units; developing and maintaining routines for reporting and communication of exam and audit activities.
Strategy & Governance
Participate in global governance forums; coordinate cross-functional and global projects
Administrate governance forums and related working groups
Support senior management, industry, regulatory and law enforcement communications and engagement
Exam and Audit Management
Lead preparation of exam and audit engagement among Financial Crimes and Business stakeholders in the Asia Pacific region.
Establish and maintain routines and procedures in coordination with the Global Financial Crimes Division Exam and Audit Management, as necessary, for the functional management of exam and audit engagements.
Ensure accuracy and clarity of documentation and written responses provided to regulators and internal auditors.
Coordinate participation and ensure preparedness of key exam and audit stakeholders across Financial Crimes and Lines of Business before, during and after on-site engagements.
Maintain records and communicate to Financial Crimes leadership statuses of exam and audit engagements and advise of issues identified or actions required.
Ensure timely escalation of potential and/or confirmed issues
At least 8 years of experience in financial industry and compliance, preferably within a global organisation
Degree holder. MBA or Master's degree in Business, Accounting, Legal or related field is an advantage
Experience in interacting with senior members of the bank, control function leadership and compliance subject matter experts
Collaborative with strong interpersonal communication skills
Systemic thinker across the enterprise
Process oriented with a strong ability to develop appropriate programme enhancing strategies
Detail oriented and proven execution abilities
Able to prepare and deliver executive-level presentations
Experience in interfacing with banking regulators and enforcement staff
Able to interact effectively at all levels of the organisation, including Bank staff, management, directors and prudential regulators
Good understanding of an effective financial crimes risk management framework
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Able to work with teams of project managers
Able to work autonomously and initiate and prioritise own work
Solid judgment and strong negotiation skills
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