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Deputy BSAO (BSA Officer)

  • Midtown Manhattan
  • Full Time

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International commercial bank located in Midtown Manhattan, looking to bring on board a “Deputy BSAO (BSA Officer)” to join their team.

• Assist the BSAO in leading efficient operation of the BSA/AML & OFAC Division.
• Ensuring that regulatory reporting obligations are met, audit deliverables are achieved and that any issues over capacity are addressed or escalated.
• Assist BSAO in maintain oversight of applicable KYC requirements and approve requests for exceptions and completed reports as necessary.
• Conduct the annual AML and Sanctions Risk Assessments.
• Provide reporting and metrices to BSAO on a regular basis.
• Assist BSAO in overseeing transactional surveillance practices and the reporting of any transactions deemed suspicious to the relevant U.S. authorities.
• Report on a periodic basis detailed information related to the BSA/AML/OFAC Program, including initiatives, deficiencies, corrective actions, and information on SARs to senior management / CCOB
•Provide relevant training to Bank employees as necessary.
• Review and analyze AML and Sanctions current trends and news in order to identify areas where the BSA/AML/OFAC Program may be enhanced.
•Liaise with Internal Audit and external examiners as required to address control issues and satisfy regulatory requirements and examinations; manage the interface with regulatory and law enforcement authorities as well as internal audit where required.