The Compliance Testing Analyst II performs a key second line of defense role, to help ensure corporate initiatives and departmental processes comply with applicable laws and regulations. The individual will provide support to the Compliance Testing Lead in his/her oversight of the Bank's regulatory compliance testing program. The Testing Analyst is responsible for playing a critical role in the execution of the Bank's compliance testing program, reporting on testing results, and performing validation.
In this role, the selected candidate will focus on compliance related activities from a benefit, pension and absence management perspective, including but not limited to creating/updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Work Instructions, completing benefit, pension and absence management compliance/audit reviews and other projects as assigned by management.
Compliance Testing (CT) is responsible for executing Compliance Testing reviews to evaluate the effectiveness of key controls and processes designed to adhere to requirements related to Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations and corresponding Citi policies.
Senior Compliance Officer will be responsible for the delivery of the annual enterprise-wide risk assessments reporting directly to Corporate Compliance Group - Director of Risk Assessments & Analysis.
In this role, you will be responsible for developing, implementing, validating, maintaining, supporting computerized systems in order to ensure that operations are implemented and maintained in a compliant state.
The Compliance Advisor performs a key risk management role (second line of defense) by ensuring business line initiatives and processes comply with applicable consumer laws and regulations. While working within the Compliance Management Program framework, the Compliance Advisor is responsible for delivering quality results, providing compliance advice to business lines as a subject matter expert, and executing or participating in corporate risk management process.
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Participate on projects, analyzes processes and controls, and evaluate data quality & use sound judgment to identify issues and outline in-depth action plans; including knowing when to escalate matters.