This role holder is an individual contributor that provides the relevant support to Programme Director, FCC Delivery (Screening)
Key Roles and Responsibilities
- Ensure that the key changes are communicated and cascaded to Screening Stakeholders, in line with the programmed communication model
- Ensure adherence to the FCRMP policies and Project Management framework (SDLC) to implement Screening Deliveries
- Devise, scope and implement projects and initiatives in a lead capacity - Establish project plans, track deliverables, ensure documentations, and participate in the project steering committee, and Deliver systems roll-out with ITO partners - Manage and protect business as usual ("BAU") capability during change programmes, as well as during the execution and delivery of the Remediation initiatives through project phase and into BAU - Manage the risk and dependencies of project
- Implement change management methodology and capabilities. - Identify and assess project interdependencies (dependency type, profile, specifications and timelines) to determine the critical path and control standards. - Measure outcomes on Change initiatives/ program post-implementation to evaluate benefits realisation. - Identify and resolve project plan execution (budget, work activities, timeline) risks. - Scope projects and/or produce business case. - Provide project management support. - Manage and protect business as usual (BAU) capability during change programmes, as well as during the execution and delivery of the Remediation initiatives through project phase and into BAU. - Implement change management tools/frameworks (stakeholder analysis, training needs analysis, changes impact assessment). - Define and/or implement project quality compliance standards (e.g. defining the role of steering committee, implementing a detailed decision making matrix, issue escalation process and ensuring quality audits). - Implement projects in response to changes to policies/procedures. - Identify and actively engage with various key stakeholders to ensure the success of the project/program. - Provide subject matter expert advice, guidance and support to the project managers on managing change
- Senior FCC & FCRMP Management in Region - Work closely with the Financial Crime Risk Mitigation Programme team to ensure the project impacts and benefits, risks & issues are well understood, managed and communicate
- Support regional regulatory interaction, particularly in relation to remediation requirements within the FCC function or expected by regulators - Work with Sanctions BAU team and Sanctions Operations team to streamlines the roll outs - Work with Transaction Banking Stakeholders for project planning, execution and implementation - Work with the Head of FCC Implementation to identify the risks from change programmes and steps to mitigate them
The incumbent will ideally require a combination of FCC experience, specialized in Corporate and Institutional Banking ("CIB") products (Correspondent Banking, Trade Finance, Securities Services, Corporate Finance, etc...). The goal is to have a diverse team within FCC Delivery-Transaction Screening who have a unique combination of expertise and experience within FCC, Transaction Screening and its related products.
The incumbent will ideally possess the following specific experiences: - 10+ years of experience in an international banking environment - 5+ years of knowledge and experience of developing financial crime controls in an international banking environment, preferably combined with direct support of Transaction Banking business areas: - Demonstrated knowledge of Corporate and Institutional Banking and/or Transaction Screening and / or 5+ years of experience within Transaction Banking / FCC products within a global bank. - The role holder needs to possess extensive change and programme management experience, ideally gained in a financial crime compliance environment - Good knowledge on payment gateways ( preferred SCSTAR ), SWIFT messages, clearing systems and payment types - Additional knowledge on Trade transactions will be an added advantage. - Good understanding on transaction screening and experience with sanctions screening systems will be preferred - People and process management skills, ability to foster positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders at appropriate level ensuring open collaborative environment. - Ability to deliver outcomes efficiently despite complexity and ambiguity - Demonstrated relationship building skills - both internal and external across multiple jurisdictions - High level of integrity and professionalism - Strong planning and organizational skills - Strong written and verbal communication skills - High attention to detail
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