Scotiabank Risk and Control First Line Support & Supervision, Senior Manager in New York City, New York
Risk and Control First Line Support & Supervision, Senior Manager
Requisition ID: 90128
Join the Global Community of Scotiabankers to help customers become better off.
In this role as Risk and Control First Line Support & Supervision, Senior Manager, you will become a valuable team member in the Operational Risk Oversight (ORO) group, responsible for 1st line risk & controls oversight and business support. You will contribute to the overall success of the SBUS control framework by working with the first line of defense/1A business to ensure all activities conducted are in compliance with governing regulations, internal policies and procedures. You will provide 1st line of defense assistance by serving as a subject matter expert in managing non-financial risks inherent to products and services offered by Scotiabank’s US capital markets businesses.
Is this role right for you?
Risk, control and regulatory experience in Capital Markets businesses able to effectively communicate with multiple stakeholders in business/trading, operations and risk conversations
Working knowledge of compliance risks/rules and controls and mitigating those risk for broker dealer and derivatives/swap businesses
Experience in the operational aspects, compliance and business matters for SBUS capital markets business lines
Able to offer assistance in the front office capital markets businesses with risk and control related activities related to operational/process, regulatory obligations, risk, and compliance issues and internal/external obligations
Subject matter expertise in regulatory rules for capital markets businesses such as Broker Dealer, CFTC, Derivatives, DFA, Volcker, etc.
Execute 1st line responsibilities (remediation and BAU) related to the US compliance rule and control library
Assist in conducting supervisory reviews (e.g. trade, electronic communications, voice communications)
Strong ability to communicate with Capital markets personnel on detailed risk, control and regulatory issues
Participate in Risk Assessment (ORM/Compliance) execution and liaise with 1A to identify processes, risks, controls and corresponding ratings
Coordinate in the collation of information and execution required by regulators and internal audit to facilitate the latter’s examinations/reviews
Drive analyses of risk events to ascertain underlying causes and formulate action plans to address process breakdowns
Must have or be willing to obtain Series 7, 63, 24 in a short period of time
Lead/direct/execute delegated supervisory tasks from the businesses (Line 1A)
Monitor adherence to trade-related controls designed to manage risk and compliance; for example, but not limited to: limit breaches, market abuse, fair dealings with clients, auctions and compliance with regulatory requirements
Act as the escalation point for incidents (e.g. delays in signing off daily P&L, errors, disputes), investigate and remediate as necessary
Assist in the development and maintenance of supervisory procedures at the business line/desk level
Develop and provide training to business line (1A) personnel on non-financial risks, controls and supervision procedures
Generate key metrics (KRIs/KPIs) and reports on supervisory and operational risk topics for senior management when needed
Evaluate impact on operational risk management from changes resulting from business expansion into new geographies, new products and services, organic business growth, system changes/new implementation, regulatory requirements
Review regulatory and audit findings and work with business line management (Line 1A) to formulate responses
Other duties and projects as may be assigned from time to time
Partner with business line managers to address operational risk, risk assessment and outstanding issues
Develop and implement new monitoring supervisory reports, as required
Do you have the skills you need to succeed? We'd love to work with you, if you have:
12+ years’ experience of capital markets front office environment
Knowledge of capital markets process, capital markets expertise to effectively interpret input from Business leaders and Subject Matter Experts (“SMEs”)
Past experience of working with regulations and familiarity with latest laws
Knowledge in relative capital markets risks and controls
Location(s): United States : New York : New York City
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