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As part of a global initiative from Head Office, the objective of this team is to help establish and maintain a bank-wide financial crime data governance strategy across EMEA. The goal will be to continuously satisfy data requirements and quality in each branch and subsidiary by leveraging existing information taken from Head Office investigations.
This team will largely have four main responsibilities:
a.Ensure compliance with data governance and data management policy. b.Govern usage and management of data as it relates to compliance business processes and associated systems. c.Provide business and data quality requirements, and controls framework for compliance data from a data consumer perspective. d.Monitor quality of compliance data and facilitate resolution of data quality issues e.Provide KPIs/KRIs (Key Performance Indicator/Key Risk Indicator) and management reporting on the data governance program. f.Manage and report changes that required Data Governance approvals. g.Provide and facilitate a platform to raise data issues and receive communications about planned projects or potential impacts.
This team will work closely with the EMEA Systems Office (ESO); EMEA Planning Department (EPD) and European Operations Division (EOD) to improve communication and ensure data quality is paramount.
The Data Governance change and reporting is based within the Compliance Data office of the EMEA Financial Crimes Compliance Division (FCOE). This new position is required to support Change Management and related initiatives within the EMEA (and MENA), with a specific focus on supporting the Change and reporting management process.
You are responsible for:
Support Data Governance team and program across EMEA.
Create and upkeep change management effectiveness assessment framework and change management documentations.
Verify the information / documents submitted by ESO (Systems office) on changes related to any systems related to AML area.
Review all projects related to FCC system.
Provide data governance representation in all projects impacting AML, Sanctions data.
Verify and check Data flow schematics and Data Dictionary.
Maintenance of local Data Governance Policies & Procedures
Coordinating the annual Effectiveness Assessment process
Providing data management representation in all projects impacting AML Sanctions DG data
Ensuring the change management and updating the assigned information in the Data Dictionary
Experience with financial crime systems, implementation, enhancement, UAT
Prior experience managing data governance and change management initiatives is strongly preferred
Experience of change management
Good practical understanding of risk, compliance and controls
Excellent IT knowledge and Excel skills.
Experience of interacting with stakeholders at a senior level
Strong knowledge of Excel, VBA scripts.
Knowledge of SEPA, Payments.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Functional / Technical Competencies:
Broad understanding of banking, financial crime risk in banking and a general understanding of the concepts of risk management and control
Experience in Data Governance and related functions.
Prior experience in Change management within Data Governance.
Experience in Managing risk and change management
Experience in AML related technologies.
Experience in payments related systems
Proficient in Excel (VBA)
Education / Qualifications: Essential
Preferred – Degree or equivalent experience
ACAMS or other financial crime related certification.
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