Regional Head Monitoring, Surveillance & Controls (EMEA)
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Do you have experience managing large teams with the drive and passion needed to develop people and processes targeting complex financial industry risks? Do you lead by example with a strong commitment to integrity? Are you excited about technology and the advancements in the monitoring space?
We are looking for a Regional Head of Monitoring, Surveillance and Controls to:
• drive the Regional Monitoring, Surveillance and Controls program and have oversight on the control framework in EMEA
• work with the regional/divisional subject matter experts to ensure a robust Monitoring & Surveillance framework is in place and is kept up-to-date with policies and procedures as well as legal, regulatory and business standards
• maintain procedures to ensure governance of issues escalation and tracking of remedial actions
• work closely with all business lines and compliance teams in the region to ensure appropriate control and surveillance and that issues are timely escalated
• support both internal and external audits as well as regulatory exams in conjunction with other team leads in compliance
• represent Monitoring, Surveillance and Controls in the EMEA region to Senior Management, auditors and regulatory bodies
• run regular governance committees to provide business lines and compliance counterparts regular insight on control performance and change-the-bank developments
• optimize the operating model with the region and ensure consistency with the wider MS&C community
• engage in setting the strategy for group wide Monitoring & Surveillance, which takes into account developments in the industry, the firm's risk exposure and the technological capabilities in the relevant areas
• adopt an innovative mindset to identify potential synergies and efficiencies in the way that monitoring and surveillance activities are executed
• drive a culture of team personal development and opportunities to ensure a highly engaged and motivated team
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You will be the Senior Team Lead within EMEA Monitoring, Surveillance & Controls.
• ideally 10+ relevant years of experience in Internal Control, Surveillance & Monitoring, Compliance, Risk Management or Internal Audit
• a university degree ideally with relevant professional qualifications
• experience in Monitoring and Surveillance with high attention to details
• hands-on experience in Monitoring, Surveillance alert handling and controls execution, preferably in AML transaction monitoring, market conduct or e-communication surveillance
• proven track record in running, organizing and optimizing business processes
• demonstrated extensive team management and stakeholder management experience
• strong leadership skills, with the ability to manage both local and remote employees
• excellent communication and interpersonal skills and willing to travel
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We are about 60,000 employees in all major financial centers, in more than 50 countries. Do you want to be one of us?
We're a truly global, collaborative and friendly group of people. Having a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace is important to us. And we support your career development, internal mobility and work-life balance. If this sounds interesting, apply now.
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