Managing Director

KPMG - New York, NY

Full-time
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KPMG is currently seeking a Managing Director, Risk Management Conflicts Center of Excellence to join our Risk Management group which is part of KPMG's Legal, Risk, and Regulatory practice.

Responsibilities:
Lead the development and implementation of conflicts policies, protocols and tools; including collaborating with risk management and business across the Americas region to rationalize policies, protocols and tools
Facilitate and enhance the firm’s conflicts identification, evaluation and management process through variety of identification and tracking technology projects
Evaluate complex conflicts situations and collaborate with business, risk management, Office General Counsel (OGC) and others to determine appropriate mitigation steps
Collaborate with Global Quality and Risk Management in its development of global conflict policies, while working with U.S./Americas business and risk management leadership to allow for effective implementation of policies
Lead the development and delivery of training content in a variety of mediums to various constituent groups across the member firms in Americas region
Oversee operational issues including monitoring volume, resource allocation and developing reporting/monitoring for trends within firm and within industry and across global to strategically address emerging risk issues related to conflicts

Qualifications:
Minimum of 15 years professional experience, including risk management and/or conflicts experience; preferably from a professional services firm
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
Ability to identify, evaluate and manage conflicts of interest (AICPA/IESBA/legal) exhibiting keen business judgment capable of making sound decisions, driving and influencing strategy
Highly collaborative, exceptional performer and effective team player with strong project management capabilities
Experience in developing and implementing policy across a highly matrixed organization; capable of dealing with ambiguity and applying creativity to develop innovative solutions
Strong relationship building and executive level communication skills; diplomatic with ability to work effectively across a global network
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