Global Sanctions Advisory & Oversight, AVPApply Now
- Requisition # 10046262-WD
- Job Type Day
- Location Irving, TEXAS
- Other Locations ARIZONA-Tempe
- Date Posted 09/10/2021
Your potential. Your opportunity.
Do you want your voice heard and your actions to count?
Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 5th largest financial group in the world (as ranked by S&P Global, April 2020). In the Americas, we’re 13,000 colleagues, striving to make a difference for every client, organization, and community we serve. We stand for our values, developing positive relationships built on integrity and respect. It’s part of our culture to put people first, listen to new and diverse ideas and collaborate toward greater innovation, speed and agility. We’re a team that accepts responsibility for the future by asking the tough questions and owning the solutions. Join MUFG and be empowered to make your voice heard and your actions count.
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Assistant Vice President Role will be within the Global Sanctions Compliance Department, reporting ultimately to the Head of Global Sanctions Advisory. This role will interface with MUFG’s regional financial crimes offices (RFCOs) and occasionally the first line of defense.
- Review and dispense sanctions regulatory and policy views on transactions with sanctions-related exposure.
- Perform sanctions research on vendor-supported tools.
- Review customer exposure against applicable sanctions regulations and MUFG policies.
- Draw and document informed conclusions based on applicable sanctions risks.
- Be able to understand and interpret sanctions regulations and monitor changes to such regulations.
- Correspond and communicate with RFCO colleagues.
- Pull together metrics and reporting for management.
- Drive and roll out components of sanctions policies and frameworks
- Other sanctions-related tasks, as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree
- 3+ years in financial crimes, banking compliance or financial services, preferred
- Ability to manage competing priorities, work independently and deliver results
- Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and critical thinking skills
- Interest in foreign policy and international relations.
- Extremely organized and self-motivated
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer and committed to leveraging the diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experience of our workforce to create opportunities for our colleagues and our business. We do not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of any protected category.
A conviction is not an absolute bar to employment. Factors such as the age of the offense, evidence of rehabilitation, seriousness of violation, and job relatedness are considered in all employment decisions. Additionally, it's the bank's policy to only inquire into a candidate's criminal history after an offer has been made. Federal law prohibits banks from employing individuals who have been convicted of, or received a pretrial diversion for, certain offenses.