Executive Manager, Financial Crime
CLOSER BRAVER FASTER The Role The purpose of the role and your unique contribution is to provide Group-wide leadership for the strategic direction, implementation, governance, support and maintenance of IAGâ€™s Financial Crime management framework. Delivery of these activities will be aligned with the overall Group Risk strategy, organisational capability and industry best practice. Key Responsibilities: Design and implement a fit for purpose financial crime management framework for IAG, encompassing Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF), Sanctions, and other related legislation, including common reporting standards.
This includes executing an overarching strategy to enable the Group to comply with relevant legislation across the Groupâ€™s operating regions and relevant cross-border legislation. Influencing of senior management in the articulation of strategic direction, governance, monitoring and maintenance of the financial crime management framework. Establish and manage the appropriate policies, processes, governance mechanisms and forums to ensure the effective oversight of the framework, including appropriate reporting to senior management and regulators.
Build, implement and embed any required processes and technology solutions to support the management of financial crime. Continual environment scanning for opportunities to leverage leading innovation to best support IAG and to understand potential impacts of any proposed process changes on IAG and its customers. Proactively maintain collaborative relationships with key internal (e.
g. Group Risk, Customer Labs and Group Technology Office) and external (e.g.
regulators, systems suppliers and industry peers) stakeholders with a view of maintaining alignment with current Group Risk and IAG strategy and requirements. Identification of industry-wide themes, issues and emerging risks related to financial crime, liaising with industry peers, the business and the broader Risk teams to make recommendations and ensuring co-ordinated, pragmatic and effective responses. Work with relevant stakeholders to ensure that appropriate mechanisms, processes, change management planning, supporting collateral, training and communications exist to provide effective support for all impacted individuals of the suite of programs of work required to ensure compliance with relevant legislation.
Provide appropriate guidance and independent oversight regarding the strength of the related control environment and its alignment with Risk Appetite, including the development and maintenance of a consist set of controls, key risk indicators and risk appetite metrics across the Group. Monitoring and improving the quality and breadth of financial crime data through working with key business stakeholders to develop data sources and build a reporting suite that maximises the consistency, validity and integrity of data used for monitoring, assessment and reporting across the Group. Ensure that....