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Drive the MAS Strategic Uplift project at Enterprise level to ensure that the Risk Champions are on track in terms of deliverables and timelines;
Develop the effectiveness measurement program to review the effectiveness of the action plan, identified milestones and metrics for each of the risk identified;
Prepare management reporting on the uplift project;
Be the main MAS liaison person to communicate project progress and discuss action plans and recommendations with project team;
Review the assessment methodology and recommend enhancements to ensure robustness;
Align the existing framework to address hygiene risks and ensure that these hygiene risk measures can support the uplift project;
Manage the Board and Senior Management Reporting portfolio where significant AML/CFT & Sanctions matters are identified for reporting to Senior Management & Board;
Guide the International and Singapore AML Team on data collection and assessments of risks reported to ensure risks are managed holistically at Group level;
Spearhead the enhancement and revamp of the Enterprise Risk Assessment framework;
Lead OCBC in any MAS related projects such as the FATF Mutual Evaluation exercise
Lead any ACIP projects initiated by MAS
Review 4-Man cases associated to Sanctions, ML, TF and PF and analyse the reasonableness of justifications and ensure risk appetite commensurate the strategic risk management vision and stance;
Provide advisories for complex cases that cuts across various OCBC entities;
Coordinate specific customer risk mapping at Group level and work with the respective Singapore and International AML Compliance team to align risk mitigating controls and action plans;
Participate in ad-hoc investigations triggered by intelligence information;
Assist Group AML/CFT Head to drive strategic initiatives that impacts several OCBC entities
A university degree holder with at least 8 years post-qualification experience in compliance and anti-money laundering/counter terrorism financing compliance ("AML") with established financial institutions.
Broad knowledge of business, operations and the AML/CFT regulatory framework in which bank groups operate.
Broad knowledge of the trade finance business and products, cash management services, transaction filtering and the ML/TF/Sanctions risks relating to bank business and operations.
Familiar with international sanctions regulations from the United Nations, MAS, US, European Union.
Strong analytical skills and clear thought process.
Strong communication (including written) and interpersonal skills.