Global Financial Crimes Compliance Testing, Vice President

Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance


5 - 7 years

Posted 205 days ago

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Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 5th largest financial group in the world with total assets of over $2.4 trillion (as ranked by SNL Financial, April 2016) and 140,000 colleagues in nearly 50 countries. In the U.S., we’re 13,000 strong, working together to positively impact every customer, organization, and community we serve. We achieve this by delivering on our values, putting people first, fostering long-term relationships built on honesty and mutual understanding, and inspiring the best in each other. This is all part of our inclusive, high-performing culture supported by Total Rewards that include our cash balance pension plan. Join a team that’s working to fulfill its vision to be the world’s most trusted financial group. Job Summary: The Global Financial Crimes Manager leads and collaborates with a team of compliance professionals dedicated to ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements associated with anti-money laundering, international sanctions, and adherence to the Bank’s OFAC Global Standards. Major Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of compliance professionals ensuring all daily responsibilities are completed
  • Responsible for supporting the Global Financial Crimes Director by managing assigned day to day activities focused on systemic compliance with Global BSA/AML/Sanctions Programs
  • Designs and produces materials within scope of assigned processes, to include any relevant statistical and written reporting
  • Ensures appropriate processes are developed in accordance with Global Financial Crimes risk initiatives and objectives
  • Contributes to Global Financial Crimes processes by identifying opportunities for improved adherence to compliance requirements
  • Implement and lead risk based activities to review current sanctions compliance effectiveness, which may include: training, process design improvements, plan development and execution, testing controls and/or monitoring and incorporating regulatory expectations
  • Execute project plan to address remediation efforts and testing review findings, may include process updates, documentation and/or training
  • May monitor related regulatory developments, enforcement actions and industry developments as assigned
  • Within scope, identify trends, patterns and sanctioned related themes in compliance testing and internal reviews
  • Work closely with stakeholders in coordinating testing and effectiveness review plans and training


  • 5 to7 years of experience within the financial services industry, specific to global risk and financial crimes OFAC sanctions experience preferred
  • BA/BS Degree Required; JD or CPA a plus
  • ACAMS designation preferred
  • Experience managing and being part of diverse international teams
  • Knowledge of sanctions compliance laws and regulations
  • Some experience applying sanctions compliance laws and regulations to international sanctions programs
  • Deep experience investigating compliance processes, performing compliance testing, training, quality control/assurance processes, and internal/external audits
  • Deep understanding of banking products and processes as they relate to sanctions controls
  • Excellent judgement and analytical skills
  • Excellent oral/ written communication skills

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer and committed to leveraging the diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experience of our workforce to create opportunities for our colleagues and our business. We do not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of any protected category.

A conviction is not an absolute bar to employment. Factors such as the age of the offense, evidence of rehabilitation, seriousness of violation, and job relatedness are considered in all employment decisions. Additionally, it's the bank's policy to only inquire into a candidate's criminal history after an offer has been made. Federal law prohibits banks from employing individuals who have been convicted of, or received a pretrial diversion for, certain offenses.