MUFG Union Bank FMA Risk and Control, Director in Tempe, Arizona
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Business Unit Risk Managers are the first line of defense responsible for supporting and coordinating all disciplines of operational risk and controls across their divisions. These risks include but are not limited to: information security, human resources, fraud, vendor management, business continuity, compliance, product risk and model validation. This role supports the operational risk requirements of the Finance function.
Business Unit Risk Manager supports the Business Unit Risk Control Officer in the identification of significant and emerging risks, and assessing their importance to the Finance function. They are the liaison between the business units and Operational Risk Management and Compliance. They perform risk and control evaluations and manage remediation activities for control deficiencies. They provide risk reports across their divisions summarizing risk trends and emerging risks.
Build and maintain Risk and Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) evaluations for all significant processes, including inherent and residual risk rankings.
Responsible for ensuring controls identified within the RCSAs are tested as required by the operational risk program. Ensure control failures are remediated in a timely manner and are properly reflected in the RCSAs.
Responsible for certification that the internal controls are designed properly and operating effectively.
Ensure that the appropriate level of risks and controls are documented in OpenPages, the system of record.
Responsible for identifying risk trends and/or symptoms of process control breakdowns.
Responsible for accurate and timely reporting of significant and emerging risks from the Finance unit view.
Participate on ad-hoc working groups to address and resolve new areas of risk within their area of responsibility.
Responsible for ensuring that the resources dedicated to risk management within their area of responsibility are qualified and sufficient to efficiently and effectively carry out the required functions.
Responsible for monitoring to ensure that risk management activities are properly performed and completed for the units within their area of responsibility.
Responsible for keeping the Business Unit Risk Control Officer apprised of changes in inherent risk or control breakdowns/deficiencies that could impact residual risk.
Responsible for building strong relationships with 2ndand 3rdline of defense and addressing questions and requests in a timely manner.
Typically requires a BA or BS degree, 10 years of experience in operations management within a financial institution.
Excellent skills in risk assessment analysis and a solid understanding of business and financial markets.
Strong knowledge of the inherent risk within a Finance function.
Strong management skills, excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and an ability to interact with all levels of management.
Ability to analyze risk trends, identifying signs of changing risk levels.
Must have experience managing a team of professionals.
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Job: *Risk & Compliance
Title: FMA Risk and Control, Director
Requisition ID: 10024530-WD
Other Locations: CALIFORNIA-San Francisco, CALIFORNIA-Los Angeles