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Director, Compliance Remediation Projects & Assurance, Project Manager

  • NYC
  • Full Time

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International investment bank located in Midtown Manhattan looking to bring on board a “Director, Compliance Remediation Projects & Assurance, Project Manager” to join their team. This role is currently in a hybrid schedule (3 days in office).


• Provide Project Management and Independent Assurance on the Regulatory Remediation performed against the Supervisory Findings and/ or Self-Identified Issues across the various functions of the bank (Compliance, Risk, IT, Finance, and other areas).
• Provide centralized Project Management to support Issue Remediation efforts undertaken by the remediation owners (in First and Second line of defense) ensuring all elements of the findings have been addressed completely and accurately and test for design effectiveness, adequacy and sustainability of the remediation.
• Educate and advise the first and second line of defense through periodic training or other media on emerging risks and potential issues based on evolving regulatory environment and supervisory expectations