This position sits within the Ethics Office which is part of the Compliance department. The Ethics Office is responsible for developing, overseeing and maintaining programs linked to Anti-Bribery Corruption, Internal Fraud Risk Management, Culture and Conduct and Sales Practices. The group acts in an advisory capacity and as a subject matter expert providing credible challenge to in-scope first line of defense activities and performing second level controls. In addition, responsible for the management and oversight of the Whistleblower Program.
This role will assist the team with the development and oversight of the Internal Fraud Risk Management program. The chosen candidate will help develop policies and procedures, related training and communications as well as help oversee assigned projects aimed to improve program effectiveness and efficiencies.
- Assist with execution of ongoing projects and proactive activities linked to the Internal Fraud Risk Management Program.
- Assist with drafting, enhancing, obtaining and incorporating stakeholder feedback on related Policies and Procedures
- Assist with the execution of the Internal Fraud risk assessment process
- Contribute to the development of related training and communications
- Assist with identification and management of Internal Fraud Risk Management program metrics
- Assist with the monitoring and tracking progress of completion for project deliverables.
- Assist with the other responsibilities and tasks as identified by the Head of Anti-Fraud
- Experience working in financial services Fraud, BSA or AML, another control function or a financial services regulator
- Experience developing and drafting policies, procedures, communications, and training content
- Highly analytical with demonstrated strong written/verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong credible relationships with key stakeholder groups
- Experience planning, coordinating and managing projects.
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment, and adjust to changing priorities