Director - Risk Monitoring, Capital Markets
Compensation: $119,020.00 - $152,870.00 /year *
Employment Type: Full-Time
Industry: Financial Services - Banking/Investment/Finance
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To ensure the implementation and completion of the Risk Monitoring Program for a specific Firm Grouping or Sub-Grouping through daily management of Risk Monitoring Analysts.Essential Job Functions:
Education & Experience Requirements:
- Actively supervises the activities of Risk Monitoring Analysts in their conduct of risk monitoring activities, front-line responsibility for timeliness, precision and quality of risk assessments, related reports, intelligence, and regulatory responses shared with Risk Monitoring, Examinations and other departments for a portfolio of firms within a Firm Group or sub-group.
- Oversees development of risk-based Regulatory Responses that addresses identified risks and evaluation of the adequacy of firm corrective actions to assist with Examination Strategy.
- Implements and provides direction on the goals and objectives for a risk monitoring program specific to firms in a Firm Group or Sub-Group s Risk Monitoring team, effectively collaborates and coordinates with Single Point of Accountability and Head of Risk Monitoring (Firm Group), while managing activities of downline staff to ensure the goals and objectives are met.
- Ensures exam strategy includes applicable risks and that corrective action is taken.
- Day-to-day management, directing completion and outcome of continuous real-time risk identification for a portfolio of member firms. Ensures the accurate prioritization risk, through an understanding of firm business activities, the risks associated with those business activities and the controls in place to mitigate those risks; oversees development and execution of regulatory responses (i.e., firm meetings, exams, heightened supervision, etc.).
- Serves as primary resource to Single Point of Accountability needs for updates, responsible for identifying and surfacing key or emerging issues within sub-groups, and briefings on current firm information. Actively communicates, supports and implements corporate, division and department decisions.
- Responsible for overseeing coordination with Membership Application Program (MAP) group and responsible for timeliness and quality of risk monitoring work in MAP applications and resolving other material business changes. In addition, represent the Firm Group/sub-group in all complex and elevated risk FINRA member interviews.
- Manages the development and mentoring of Risk Monitoring staff; review and input into development plans for execution staff; responsible for preparation, submission and delivery of performance evaluations for execution staff.
- Serve as a proxy for SPoA in meetings on firms or examinations, as well as day-to-day interactions with external regulatory agencies and other related stakeholder organizations.
- Along with risk monitoring senior management in a Firm Grouping, is responsible and accountable for the process of interviewing, onboarding and retaining staff.
- Participate in industry conferences and meetings in support of FINRA outreach initiatives.
- Manages and provides direction to support special projects, surveys, committee assignments and technology initiatives impacting Risk Monitoring (i.e. the identification of technology needs by Risk Monitoring and the development of Business Requirements).
- MBA, JD, other graduate degree and/or relevant industry certification(s) preferred.
- Bachelor's Degree, preferably with a major in Finance, Accounting, Business or related field(s).
- Demonstrated advanced working knowledge of the securities and/or financial-related industry required with substantive experience related to a FINRA firm grouping preferred. Has participated in or led Finance or Business specific projects, directing Associates; Can lead a variety of projects across multiple disciplines/businesses.
- Strong working knowledge of securities industry rules, regulations and related guidelines, including:
- Advanced knowledge of FINRA's nine risk fundamentals
- Advanced knowledge of securities rules and regulations
- Advanced knowledge of firm business models, business lines, customer bases, products and services
- Intermediate-to-Advanced knowledge of U.S. GAAP accounting standards
To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume. A writing sample may be required as part of the submission.
- Ability to anticipate how material industry risks are manifested, identify trends and patterns for firms in a Firm Group or sub-group, design and implement methods necessary for proactive risk identification and advise and consult effective regulatory responses necessary to address such risks.
- Proficiency of Microsoft Office suite of applications
- Exemplifies the FINRA Leadership Characteristics and serve as a role model for staff in the department
- Strong leadership skills, including the ability to deal effectively with people, to make decisions, and find solutions, to encourage and support change, and to deal with problem situations involving member firms and individuals in situations
- Ability to manage risk monitoring execution staff and effectively influence while providing advice and guidance
- Ability to manage a team of direct reports responsible for execution of risk monitoring program components for a portfolio of firms. Provides support, coaching, and counsel to the team. Manages the development of team members by authoring and assigning goals, conducting periodic coaching and feedback reviews, and administering annual performance evaluations
- Work independently, possess strong project management and organizational skills
- Self-starter and able to administer a number of complex assignments related to their firm portfolio, as well as special projects, concurrently, including unstructured assignments that require autonomy and independent judgment
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including interpersonal skills and presentation skills
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships at all levels inside and outside the organization
- Strong interpersonal, negotiation, and diplomacy skills, with a high comfort level in relations with FINRA senior staff, while directing Risk Monitoring execution staff from multiple locations
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