Kansas City, MO
Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
5 - 7 years
Posted 81 days ago
What You'll Do
The Corporate Trust department within Institutional Banking has a variety of compliance functions which require a working knowledge of Corporate Trust documents, clients and procedures. The Compliance Specialist performs initial account reviews and other compliance functions and/or administrative processes which require a centralized control and/or review element.
- Perform initial reviews of paying agent, trustee and escrow accounts to test compliance with document provisions and departmental procedures.
- Prepares summaries of review findings for reporting to the Corporate Trust Management Committee. Prepare reports monthly for CT Management & CT Administration staff.
- Test compliance with specific procedures and report testing results to Compliance Officer and/or Department Manager.
- Makes recommendations to management on changes to administrative or new business policies and procedures.
- Assist with the training and implementation of new or revised procedures.
- Maintain knowledge of bank and trust operations functions as they relate to corporate trust.
- Maintain knowledge of other divisions and departmental functions in the bank.
- Participates as needed in the bank's internal and external audits.
- Completes complex objectives and special projects in a timely manner.
- Conducts periodic audits of existing accounts, reviewing compliance with document provisions and department procedures.
- Other duties as assigned.
Note: This position can be filled in any one of the existing Corporate Trust locations: Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver, Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Austin or Salt Lake City
Who You Are
- Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience, plus
- 5+ years work experience in Corporate Trust or related area
- Previous Compliance or auditexperience
- Industry Certification
In this Role, You will Need
- Basic bond issuance documents (i.e. Municipal Ordinances, Resolutions and Orders) and related debt-financing methods working knowledge
- Strong attention to detail & analytical skills
- Strong organization skills
- Research and reconciliation experience and skills
- Background in securities processing, government, audit/compliance or law helpful.
- Good written and oral communication skills.
- Proficient computer skills in MS Office Suite
- Ability to manage priorities, multi-task, and work in a deadline driven and changing environment