The role holder will be an integral component of the CIB Financial Crime function and will be dedicated to the CIB business globally.
The role holder will be tasked with helping strategically execute the global IB Financial Crime Risk and Control framework, consistent with the ERMF and Barclays Financial Crime Policies and Standards.
The role holder will be responsible for overseeing production and analysis of key metrics for senior management, and addressing special projects and time sensitive deliverables from inception to completion. The role holder must have a proven track record of exceeding goals and demonstrating sound subject matter knowledge and reasoned judgment.
Key Accountabilities and Skills required:
The role holder should have excellent analytic, communication and stakeholder management skills, initiative, and must be highly organized.
Key specific accountabilities.
Maintain comprehensive governance program for Financial Crime, including risk mitigation controls and targeted enhancements of existing processes as needed to maintain full compliance with legal, regulatory and policy requirements.
Prepare papers for key IB Financial Crime governance fora, and assist the Director of IB Financial Crime Risk and Control to ensure key messages are delivered effectively and that stakeholders are fully engaged.
Analyze MI, including global key risk indicators, to identify trends and emerging areas of risk, and develop tailored commentary to communicate those findings to senior management.
Enhance MI content and methods of collation to reduce overhead and increase process resilience, and maintain accurate and up to date minutes and actions for IB Financial Crime governance fora.
Work with functional leads on annual risk assessment, including the new inherent risk survey and controls library.
Assist with proactive monitoring and management of Financial Crime issues and actions (e.g. Internal Audit, Assurance, and Risk Assessment) and provide periodic updates to management.
Escalate issues of particular concern as appropriate.
Proactively self-identify potential issues, and work with functional leads to develop action plans.
Assist with annual training program and monitor the annual training plan designed to react and respond to key risks and stakeholder educational priorities.
Help continuously review and strategically enhance the IB Financial Crime Risk and Control program.
Drive consistency in approach, including across geographic regions, while being adaptive to tensions created by differences in business and product mix, regulatory environments and business practices.
Work with stakeholders across the lines of defense to ensure that the business risk profile is complete, accurate and fully understood.
Contribute to the socialization of policies, procedures and standards to socialization to key stakeholders.
Actively expand awareness of AML, Sanctions and ABC developments, both internal (Barclays) and external (regulatory, legal, and best practice).
Manage ad hoc requests and time-sensitive deliverables as they arise.
Your Skills and Qualifications will include
3+ years experience in Financial Crime, Legal or Compliance required.
3+ years experience working in Microsoft Powerpoint and Excel required.
Excellent verbal interpersonal skills with a diverse range of stakeholders and across all levels of seniority
Clear and effective written communication skills
Ability to articulate Financial Crime and compliance issues in a clear and easily understood manner
Proven ability to spot issues and execute solutions.
Work independently and with minimal supervision, and demonstrate the ability to supervise where appropriate
Proven track record of exceeding goals and making good decisions through a combination of analysis, business acumen, judgment and integrity
Experience in working in a complex matricized business structure
Excellent data manipulation and assessment skills
Understanding of key project management concepts and techniques