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In-Business Financial Crime Risk Manager - SVP (Hybrid) at Citi

Employer
Citi
Location
London, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
May 21, 2024

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Job Role
Risk Manager
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The Financial Crime Risk Manager will be responsible for providing leadership, direction, governance, and oversight for the Money Laundering, Sanctions and Anti-Bribery & Corruptions (AB&C) risk stripes within Citi's Banking business. The role will have a Global mandate, be part of the first line of defence (1LOD) and focus on the Commercial Banking business. Citi Commercial Banking (CCB) provides global banking capabilities to mid-sized, globally-oriented companies across all stages of their growth.

As the position will not have any direct reports, the incumbent will need to work closely with the In-Business Risk and Control (IBRC) teams within the countries and clusters to deliver their book of work.

Key Responsibilities
o Responsible for managing CCB's global Financial Crime program;
o Drive a consistent and holistic approach to Financial Crime risk management within CCB;
o Provide advisory to the regional, country and cluster CCB teams;
o Closely collaborate with Banking's central Financial Crime team to ensure alignment with the other Banking businesses (Corporate Bank and Investment Bank);
o Build strong working relationships with the second lines of defence partners within AML, Sanctions and AB&C;
o Lead initiatives and actions to identify, assess and reduce key emerging and existing risk areas;
o Prioritize areas of focus based on level of investment, inherent risk, complexity of change and other risk factors
o Represent the CCB business in senior Governance and Financial Crime forums, as well as by leading key Financial Crime projects/initiatives;
o Serve as CCB lead in global Financial Crime audits, reviews and remediation work;
o Maintain knowledge and understanding of new and changing Financial Crime policy, regulations and requirements and assess the implications for the CCB business;
o Establish processes to identify internal/industry trends, themes and areas requiring improved controls;
o Develop and disseminate communications and training on key risk topics and initiatives both within IBRC and for key front line stakeholders;
o Identify opportunities to work across risk stripes to strengthen and/or simplify existing controls;
o Act as the Financial Crime expert for the business's self-assessment processes, and monitor the outcome of the Managers Control Assessment (MCA) to identify risks and vulnerabilities;
o Uphold a culture of Compliance and awareness in the CCB.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have the following attributes and qualifications:

o Direct experience of leading a Financial Crime program, framework or team;
o Experience of working across Money Laundering, Sanctions and Anti-Bribery & Corruptions.
o Strong knowledge of commercial banking products and services;
o Ability to balance regulatory/policy requirements with business realities;
o Experience of working in a global, dynamic environment;
o Ability to work independently and under pressure to manage deadlines;
o Strong influencing and leadership skills;
o Must have analytical inquisitiveness and problem solving ability;
o Demonstrated ability to think strategically and 'connect the dots', yet remain detail-oriented;
o Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
o Demonstrated ability to interact with senior audiences, as well as second/third lines of defence and regulators;
o Forward-compatible mindset, with the desire to leverage technology to improve analytics;
o Experience with MS Office tools: PowerPoint, Excel and SharePoint.

Education:
o Financial Crime certification preferred (ACAMS, ICA)
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