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We Offer The Regional Financial Crime (FC) Controls Testing & Assurance (CTA) Analyst will join the Financial Crime Compliance ("FCC") Group. This role will report into the Regional FC CTA Officer and will have the responsibility of further establishing the Regional FC (incl. Client Identification, Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Corruption, Anti-Fraud and Sanctions Compliance) CTA program, including conducting rotational testing and thematic assurance reviews of FC key controls and working with other CTA Analysts during reviews, where applicable.
Specifically, the role requires that the Analyst:
You will assist the Regional FC CTA Officer with the implementation of the FC CTA program in the region through testing and assurance activities;
You will conduct in-depth CTA reviews of key FC functions;
You will assess results of CTA reviews to identify trends and opportunities for program improvement;
You will prepare summary results of CTA reviews into Management Information reporting to FCC and Bank management;
You will ensure any deficiencies found in CTA reviews are remediated and documented by the appropriate groups;
You will support the maintenance of global CTA standards based on regional changes to controls and identified risks and priorities;
You will demonstrate global CTA workflows and templates for consistent testing and documentation;
You will liaise with control owners/performers to discuss CTA reviews and findings and identify appropriate resolution/remediation;
You will assist FC CTA Officer with onsite CTA review in non-hub locations; and
Other general FCC responsibilities, as needed.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
You Offer You would possess the following qualifications and skills:
You hold a Bachelor's Degree
You have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
You possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
You have experience working within an FCC (may include Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Corruption, Anti-Fraud, and/or Sanctions Compliance) and/or Internal Audit function preferred
Working knowledge of USA Patriot Act/Banking Secrecy Act (BSA)/AML regulatory requirements preferred
Experience working within large financial institutions preferred