Director of Financial Crimes Business Analysis

MUFG - Jersey City, NJ

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Financial Crimes Business Analysis, Director

Job Summary:
As a part of Compliance Technology, the Director of Financial Crimes Business Analysis will build and lead a team of business analysts (BAs). The BA team will help Financial Crimes Office Americas (FCOA) design technology solutions to address risks and control deficiencies. The BAs will act as expert consultants and advise FCOA on the best ways to meet their needs, presenting various options. The BAs will then work with Compliance Technology developers to refine designs and create detailed business requirements. The ability to quickly grasp Compliance concerns and synthesize options is critical. The Director must work closely with geographically disbursed stakeholders across a variety of businesses and functions, including Home Office staff in Tokyo.

The Director will also serve as Chief of Staff for Compliance Technology and oversee planning and execution for all Compliance Technology projects. The Director must have strong track record of leading teams, and mentoring and developing direct staff. Polished oral and written communication skills and the ability to build relationships are essential. The Director must be experienced in presenting to executives and department heads, have a minimum of 10 years’ in-depth experience in banking and Compliance, and be a proficient risk manager. The Director should also be experienced in various Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) methodologies, including Waterfall and Agile, and have a solid understanding of technology and data.

Major Responsibilities:
Develop team members to be effective business analysts
Define team procedures and standards
Oversee reporting to senior management; including the Chief Information and Operations Officer (CIOO)
Oversee project planning and execution and escalate risks and concerns
Refine proposed solutions and estimate resource requirements in consultation with technology leads
Act as an expert resource to ensure that the project meets business objectives

10+ years’ experience implementing technology solutions at large banks or financial institutions
5+ years’ experience directing managing staff
In-depth knowledge of Compliance Risks and Risk Management, including AML, Sanctions, and Anti-Bribery and Corruption
Experience developing business requirements to solve complex problems in consultation with business partners
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience writing detailed business requirements and functional requirements
Experience presenting to executive level management and department heads
Experienced in SDLC methodologies including Waterfall and Agile
Knowledge of SQL and experience analyzing data
Bachelor’s degree preferred
CAMS certification preferred
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

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