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AVP, BSA Quality Control Supervisor (San Diego, CA)
San Diego, CA, USA
The BSA Quality Control Supervisor will conduct ongoing analysis and quality control testing on various BSA/AML tasks including but not limited to quality and accuracy reviews of Suspicious Activity Reporting, AML alert triage decisions and documentation, AML case quality, documentation and disposition of the case, Currency Transaction Reporting accuracy, Customer Due Diligence and Enhanced Due Diligence quality, documentation and accuracy as well as various additional BSA/AML related tasks. Analysis will include reviewing completed work to ensure accuracy and quality standards, identifying new and existing patterns and trends, creating regular reports that will be presented to BSA/AML Management.
Establishes and maintains an effective, risk-based quality control review process.
Responsible for oversight of customer and transaction testing, report writing and supervising assigned staff.
Partners with business unit and/or individuals as necessary in conducting quality control testing related to BSA/AML and OFAC compliance.
Identifies potential BSA/AML & OFAC risk and escalates issues to management.
Recommends and follows up on corrective action.
Devise procedures to support the Quality Control processes, which ensure consistent and effective testing.
Make recommendations to BSA Management based on observed activity during quality control reviews.
At least 5 years of Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering work experience
Subject Matter Expert of banking regulations (specifically BSA/AML and OFAC)
Strong Investigative, Analytical and problem solving skills; ability to use logic, reason and sound judgment
Ability to work both independently and with team members, under tight deadlines
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Ability to handle highly confidential information professionally and with appropriate discretion
Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Excel.
The ability to read, write and communicate well in English