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MSBNA is a national bank and an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Morgan Stanley. MSBNA is a top 15 US depository institution. MSBNA accounted for approximately 15% of MS Firm wide assets and 10% of Firm wide revenues in 2016. MSBNA institutional loan products are distributed through the MS Institutional Securities and Wealth Management platforms. The Firm's Institutional Securities and Wealth Management businesses have leading market positions in many markets, and benefit from strong client relationships, first hand market intelligence, and best-in-class industry personnel.
Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A is looking for a professional to assist in the coordination and program management of activities related to regulatory initiatives.
Primary Responsibilities: - Track the status and completion of exam-related commitments as part of overall regulatory program management - Track all Bank audit inquiries, exams, issues; Provide quality assurance review of audit findings including confirmation of Bank impact - Assist in the coordination and project management of activities related to various Bank Risk matters - Assist with the Affiliate Service Level Agreement (SLA) management program including agreement drafting, training, periodic cost and service level reviews and meeting minute reviews - Conduct Know Your Customer (KYC) reviews of clients during the account opening process - Perform Quality Control (QC) Reviews on Customer profiles ensuring all required information is consistent with policies and procedures - Validate client documentation for authenticity and completeness
- Have a 4 year college degree with outstanding academic credentials; - Have excellent written and verbal communications skills, attention to detail and strong time management skills; - Have developed investigative skills - inquiry and analysis, interviewing, testing, organization and presentation (both written and verbal) - Have the ability to interact in a mature and professional manner with a variety of individuals; - Have general knowledge of investing and markets and the ability to research or must evidence the ability to learn and adapt quickly; - Have the ability to handle a fast paced environment with minimum supervision and successfully meet established deadline requirements; and - Be able to interact with branch and business unit personnel and be willing to receive and apply feedback on work product from manager (s)
The Firm's ideal candidate will have:
- 1 to 3 years of previous experience with a bank government agency (e.g., OCC, FRB, or FDIC) or in a regulatory, compliance, or internal audit capacity within the banking industry - Compliance and/or regulatory experience, with knowledge of the financial service industry, regulatory requirements, and experience in analyzing business risk and best practices - Experience with Office of the Comptroller ("OCC") regulations and bank safety and soundness guidance provided by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council ("FFIEC") - Experience with institutional lending products
Internal Number: 4835220
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