VP, Strategy, Governance & Enterprise Program Management VP, Strategy, Governance & Enterprise Program  …

à Singapour, Singapore, Singapour
CDI, Plein-temps
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à Singapour, Singapore, Singapour
CDI, Plein-temps
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VP, Strategy, Governance & Enterprise Program Management
  • 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.
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