EVP, BSA Analytics Technology Director
Location: Saint Petersburg
Posted on: May 17, 2019
Job Purpose and Scope: Responsible for overseeing primary and
feeder data models used for BSA, AML and OFAC processes. Develops
and maintains Data Governance Standards; manages vendor
relationships; evaluates AML systems; recommends appropriate BSA,
AML and OFAC systems; performs risk assessments of data models; and
reports on system functionality. Reports to the Managing Director
BSA Administration. Essential Job Functions: 1. Builds, develops
and maintains data models, reporting systems, dashboards and
performance metrics to support BSA Administration. 2. Validates and
maintains BSA, AML and OFAC-related data models. 3. Performs
analytics to assess patterns, identify trends and make
recommendations on threshold optimization. 4. Collaborates with BSA
Administration management and other departments to define and
develop BSA metrics. 5. Oversees the design and delivery of reports
and supporting insights used to analyze business functions, key
operations and performance metrics. 6. Develops and maintains data
governance standards for BSA Administration. 7. Ensures accuracy of
data and deliverables produced by team members. 8. Manages and
optimizes processes for data intake and validation as well as
modeling, visualizing data and communicating deliverables. 9.
Provides recommendations to strengthen internal controls and
mitigate potential risk. 10. Performs ongoing analysis of risk
trends through business monitoring and risk assessment execution.
11. Participates in projects related to system enhancements and
implementations as a significant stakeholder within BSA
Administration, as needed. 12. Provides oversight of individuals
responsible for validating BSA data models, identifying model data
quality issues and working with vendors to address model issues and
validate environments. 13. Optimizes AML scenario models to improve
the effectiveness and efficiency of AML transaction monitoring
systems; prepares statistical analysis to support threshold tuning
of AML scenario models; and uses computer programming languages
(SAS, SQL, etc.) to perform advanced statistical and quantitative
analyses of AML scenarios. 14. Develops statistical models to
improve methods for obtaining and evaluating quantitative and
qualitative data and identifies relationships and trends in data;
derives patterns, trends and insights on model risks and anomalies
by analyzing and interpreting complex datasets; automates data
extraction and data preprocessing for statistical and sensitivity
analysis using SAS and Advanced SQL coding; and recommends scenario
model threshold values. 15. Designs and maintains complex data
manipulation processes; questions and validates model assumptions;
identifies model risks and sensitivities and proposes enhancements
to existing modeling methodologies; and validates/recalibrates
datasets to incorporate transactional data, account summary data
and business line data. 16. Documents optimization solutions and
presents results to various audiences, including executive and
senior leadership teams. 17. Oversees production of metrics used to
manage production and for reporting BSA productivity to various
oversight and Board committees. 18. Develops capacity model(s) by
using production metrics to assess ongoing resource needs and makes
recommendations on staffing to the Managing Director. 19. Regularly
exercises discretion and judgment in the performance of essential
job functions. 20. Follows Bank policy, procedures and guidelines.
21. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 1. Comprehensive knowledge of data
model development, testing, governance and validation. 2.
Comprehensive knowledge of development of metrics and analytics. 3.
Knowledge of BSA, AML and OFAC principles to enable development of
meaningful metrics to support program development and enhancement.
4. Knowledge of BSA/AML laws (including Bank Secrecy Act, USA
PATRIOT Act, US Treasury AML guidelines and OFAC requirements). 5.
Knowledge of fundamental concepts related to risk management,
controls and governance processes. 6. Ability to develop effective
presentations for various levels and audiences within a financial
services organization. 7. Ability to write effective policies and
procedures for processes under role responsibilities. 8. Ability to
provide meaningful and effective feedback on programs, policies and
procedures across multiple functions that have an impact on role
responsibilities. 9. Ability to work independently, without
supervision. 10. Ability to demonstrate effective critical thinking
and analytical skills. 11. Ability to demonstrate effective
organizational, time management and project management skills. 12.
Ability to multi-task, follow up on tasks and complete projects on
time. 13. Ability to maintain attention to detail. 14. Ability to
communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. 15. Ability
to demonstrate advanced proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Outlook. Equipment Used in Job Performance/Working
Environment: 1. Computer 2. Telephone 3. Photocopy Machine 4. Fax
Machine Major Job Demands (Physical/Mental): 1. Decision-making 2.
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