• Regulatory remediation – an initial response to regulatory action has been drafted and includes a laundry list of remediation points. The team will be relatively flat focused on building out a remediation road map and project plan. Then the team will on board additional resources and transition into execution mode where they will manage multiple stakeholders
    • Drive the remediation of Fed enforcement actions for the US IHC and provide a high level of subject matter experience around industry best practices
    • Remediate deficiencies in the management of significant PEP client relationships
    • Remediate the relevant control systems and processes, and prove that higher-risk business relationships and transactions are adequately detected, categorized, monitored, and documented
    • Single view of the client – Currently the Bank on boards clients multiple times for trading different products and it is difficult to create a single view of the client
    • Effective communication with other related workstreams to ensure information flows to and from groups
    • Automate comprehensive overview of client relationships
    • Knowledge of Client and Product Reference data
    • Ensure enhanced controls and enforcement of relationship managers


    • 2 to 5 years of experience in Project Management, Business Analysis, or a combination of both
    • Focus on ongoing, dynamic reporting of risk profile changes for clients, portfolios and products
    • Must be able to engage the business, interact with senior stakeholders, gather/write requirements, and manage project plans
    • Change Management experience is a must (specifically within a large-scale regulatory / change initiative)
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