グローバルバンクでのFinancial Crimes Training Officer Japan/求人ID：1218585募集終了
|職種||Financial Crimes Training Officer|
In coordination and under the leadership of the Head of Global Financial Crimes Strategy and Oversight, the Financial Crimes Training Officer (FCTO) will be charged with executing the Financial Crimes Compliance Training program for Japan, which may include, but is not limited to, OFAC and Sanctions, Anti-Money Laundering, and Anti-Bribery and Corruption compliance for bank employees in Japan. The position will report directly into the Global Financial Crimes Training Officer in charge of the Global Financial Crimes Training Program (based in New York).
・Develop, implement and execute the Global Financial Crimes Compliance training program for Japan
・Conduct annual risk-based assessments of training needs in the Japan region and document a plan to meet those needs
・Deliver instructor-led financial crime related targeted, risk-based, and event based training to bank employees in Japanese/English
・Taking ownership of/or collaborating in the development of General Audience Training and Master Class/Targeted, Risk- Based, and Event-Based Trainings with global and regional stakeholders, subject matter experts, training team members and regional training functions for instructor-led or eLearning financial crime related modules
・Customize training material to meet regional requirements and review translations for adequacy
・Build strong partnership with financial crime units, regional business leaders and other key stakeholders in connection with the Global Financial Crimes program
・Cooperate with the Training Planning team and relevant stakeholders to identifying individuals and business lines deemed in scope for the targeted audience defined for each Master Class/Targeted, Risk-Based, and Event-based Training course
・Monitor and review databases and information related to attendance, reporting, feedback and other records related to training sessions; Analyze data to track completion reporting, identify and escalate non-compliant employees
・Generating training completion reports, and report to GFCTOs in an accurate and timely manner, ensuring proper escalation and handling of identified gaps or concerns
・Assist in other projects or related duties as required by GFCD Management
Drive collaboration and efficiency across multiple teams globally in connection with the range of program execution and oversight tasks associated with Financial Crimes.
Review financial crime related training material for approval
Translate training material and other content that is not covered through external translation.
・Fluent in Japanese and English both verbally and in writing
・5 to 7 years’ experience working in financial crimes-related compliance function of a large commercial and/or investment bank or in a regulatory agency, with direct sanctions, AML and ABC experience and oversight.
・2 to 5 years’ experience in Learning Management and employee development, experience at a financial institution preferred.
・BA/BS Degree or equivalent required; relevant professional certifications such as ACAMS or CRCM preferred
・Advanced degree or commensurate training experience is preferred.
・Highly self-motivated, able to work independently, ability to analyze and interpret the impact and implications of regulatory developments and communicate these clearly in writing and verbally through training materials.
・Experience in designing, developing and delivering financial crimes compliance training courses and executing training programs
・Thorough understanding of an effective financial crimes risk management framework
・The ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization and management; prior experience working directly with regulatory examination staff a plus.
・Ability to work autonomously and initiate and prioritize work, but also cooperate well in a multi-cultural team across regions
・Solid judgment, strong negotiating skills, and a practical approach to implementation
・Strong written and verbal skills, excellent attention to detail, sound editorial judgment
・Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
・Proven managerial skills
・Advanced knowledge of Microsoft suite applications, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
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