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Corporate Risk helps all Wells Fargo businesses identify and manage risk. We focus on three key risk areas: credit risk, operational risk, and market risk. We help our management and Board of Directors identify and monitor risks that may affect multiple lines of business, and take appropriate action when business activities exceed the risk tolerance of the company.
Wealth and Investment Management (WIM) is one of the company’s four main divisions. WIM businesses build enduring client relationships through sound, thoughtful, and objective advice. We help our clients by developing individualized plans for everything from retirement goals to business succession planning to family legacy intentions. Services include comprehensive planning and advice, investment management, brokerage, private banking, estate planning strategies, trust, insurance, and both individual and institutional retirement.
Wealth and Investment Management (WIM) is looking for an Operational Risk Consultant 4 to lead the Retrospective Review program within the WIM Operational and Enterprise Risk Management team. The purpose of the program is to improve WIM’s risk management effectiveness by identifying the root cause of historical risk issues and ensuring appropriate remediation.
This is a high-visibility role which provides the opportunity to interact with a broad set of stakeholders across WIM and corporate risk. The program lead will work with subject matter experts to analyze situations and identify potential remediation steps, and then socialize results with senior leadership to obtain final signoff. The program lead will also increase the program’s maturity by enhancing the methodology for sharing relevant learnings across WIM, by building the capability to perform reviews of potential upcoming risks, and by identifying how the program can interact with and inform existing risk analysis programs (e.g., emerging risk, crisis analysis).
- 6+ years of experience in compliance, operational risk management (includes audit, legal, credit risk, market risk, or the management of a process or business with accountability for compliance or operational risk), or a combination of both; or 6+ years of IT systems security, business process management or financial services industry experience, of which 3+ years must include direct experience in compliance, operational risk management, or a combination of both
- Advanced Microsoft Office skills
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Strong analytical skills with high attention to detail and accuracy
- Ability to interact with all levels of an organization
Other Desired Qualifications
- Exceptional and proven verbal and written communication skills with the ability to interface with multiple levels of the organization
- Experience synthesizing complex data into concise, accurate, and understandable information
- Demonstrated ability to develop partnerships and collaborate with other business and functional areas
- Strong project management and execution skills, including the ability to manage multiple engagements simultaneously while delivering all commitments on-time and error-free
- Experience influencing stakeholders in a collaborative environment without direct organizational authority
- Ability to identify root causes of operational issues and to evaluate potential mitigation plans
- Ability to interact with subject matter experts to identify how risks may materialize in various businesses and processes
- Knowledge of Wealth and Investment Management businesses (or external equivalents)
Familiarity with a process analysis and improvement framework
High level of professionalism and self-motivation