JPMorgan Chase Global Financial Crimes Compliance - CIB AML Compliance - Vice President in New York, New York
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This VP-level position in the Global Financial Crimes Compliance supports the anti-money laundering program for the Markets, Prime Services, Investment Banking, and CTC sub-lines of business within CIB.
Review, analyze, and escalate, when appropriate, AML-related issues that arise in client relationships, including researching negative media alerts, SEC and other regulatory settlements, and client transactional issues, as well as client reputational issues such as OFAC, anti-bribery and corruption, etc.
Analyze SAR filings, new AML regulations, settlement information, news, and other relevant information for trends or other potential impacts to the Firm’s policies and procedures
Establish and develop relationships with stakeholders in the relevant sub-LOBs to ensure compliance with applicable AML laws, policies and procedures.
Review and revise policies and procedures applicable to AML Compliance for the relevant sub-LOBs
Provide compliance support for audit and exam requests
Work on the relevant portions of the CIB annual risk assessment and on miscellaneous special projects
When necessary, design and conduct in-person AML training
Represent GFCC on internal committees and projects
Bachelor’s degree required.
Either a JD or Securities Licenses (or both), or a minimum of 5 years experience with USA PATRIOT Act, Bank Secrecy Act or AML regulations issued by U.S. securities, commodities and futures regulators
Excellent written and oral communication skills and research skills
AML or other investigative experience a plus
Familiarity with JPMC’s financial crime case management systems, JPMC systems for reviewing customer transactions, KYC, and other client-related information a significant plus
Familiarity with SAR drafting and analysis experience a plus
Excellent organizational skills and proven analytical, planning, problem solving, and decision-making skills
Strong communication, interpersonal, leadership, and relationship management skills
Strong project management skills, includes interaction with senior levels of management, ability to produce quality results in a tight timeframe
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with individuals across business and/or functional lines required.
Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities to meet business needs.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.