Trade Sanctions Compliance Analyst, Sr. at FIS
GENERAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES• Monitors and communicates regulatory changes that impact FIS products, services and business activities.• Maintains knowledge of applicable laws and regulations.• Offers guidance on implementing regulatory changes.• Communicates detailed requirements to LOB, validate solution approach and monitor status.• Provides compliance reviews and direction for new and expanding products and services.• Responds to issues and matters pertaining to regulatory compliance of FIS products, services and business activities.• Performs periodic reviews and evaluations of FIS products, services and business activities to validate compliance with applicable laws and regulations or detect regulatory violations, weak controls or other potential areas of exposure.• Conducts compliance assessments and provides direction on any deficiencies detected by those assessments.• Meets with business unit Compliance Officers on a regular basis for status updates on compliance issues.• Monitors LOB compliance activities to verify that regulatory compliance deadlines and requirements are met.• Tracks and validates product compliance deficiencies to completion.• Participates in development of compliance sessions/presentations.• Participates in training promoting compliance awareness.• Identifies areas of potential improvement.• Provides updates for periodic reports.• Interfaces with legal counsel and federal, state and local agencies, as needed to address regulatory or compliance issues, concerns or questions.• Assists the business with responses to customer compliance-specific questions and concerns.• Participates with and/or leads customer focus and advisory groups.• Prepares and approves internal and customer communications covering compliance issues (bulletins, position statements, monthly reports, etc.• Other related duties assigned as needed.
Bachelor's degree in business administration or law or the equivalent combination of education, training, or work experience.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES• Communicates ideas both verbally and in written form in a clear, concise, and professional manner• Comprehensive knowledge of at least one substantive area of compliance, such as banking regulations, anti-money laundering, or anti-corruption• Excellent analytical skills• Ability to understand technical documents and legal or regulatory reference materials• Ability to understand and apply learned concepts• Demonstrated ability to plan and complete work within tight time limitations• Ability to apply creative problem solving techniques and tools to compliance issues• Ability to follow and conduct a compliance monitoring program• Ability to provide information to a variety of audiences and deal effectively with confidential issues that are sensitive in nature• Ability to share information with awareness of its effect on others
FIS JOB LEVEL DESCRIPTION
Advanced professional role requiring high skill with extensive proficiency. Works independently with only administrative supervision and the ability to overcome major obstacles and recognize early when issues should be escalated or an expert needs to be consulted. Wide latitude for independent judgment and is expected to provide guidance and cross-training to others. Effectively communicates with all levels of technical and non-technical personnel. This level is expected to lead compliance support activities and ensure effectiveness of the Compliance Program for assigned products, services and business activities. Responsible for regulatory oversight of core or significant high risk product lines that contain complex banking functions. Considered a subject matter expert in several areas of regulatory compliance, including a combination of banking regulations. Typically requires five or more years of experience in the regulatory compliance field.
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