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Senior Compliance Risk Manager- General Risk Assessment
Location:
Jackson, MS
Type: Regular Full-Time
Job ID: 2022-15626
Overview

The purpose of this position is to lead and execute the General Compliance Risk Assessment (GCRA) to identify, measure, and monitor compliance risks in Trustmark’s lines of business of business. The Sr. Compliance Manager is responsible to stay abreast of and implement risk management principles consistent with regulatory standards related to the GCRA and ensure the timely completion of the annual GCRA schedule. The Sr. Compliance Manager prepares narrative reporting of findings, and conclusions. The GCRA will cover the following areas: 1) Consumer Compliance  laws, rules, regulations, regulatory guidance, and industry best practices to identify sufficiency of compliance controls within the lines of business, 2) incorporate risks and gaps identified by other Risk Groups, including Enterprise Risk Management (operational risk), Consumer Compliance, Fair and Responsible Banking, Internal Audit, and Regulatory Agencies into the GCRA, and 4) conduct the risk assessment in accordance with the Risk Governance Framework and EWIT. This position supports the Bank’s Compliance Management System (CMS) in maintaining a risk-based approach.  It is a more experienced position that combines knowledge of and experience with compliance regulations and risk assessments. This position will report directly to the Senior Fair and Responsible Banking (FBR) Manager.

 

Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the overall GCRA program including ongoing process improvements and refinements, managing and tracking assessment activities, and follow-up of assigned actions.
  • Develop and maintain GCRA methodology and risk assessment procedures based on evolving regulatory environment and expectations.
  • Develop and execute GCRA project plan.
  • Lead the GCRA program and collaborate with Compliance colleagues and other groups (Legal, Lines of Business, and other functional teams) to develop tactical and strategic solutions to streamline the GCRA processes.
  • Develop and execute lines of business questionnaires and manage Compliance and FBR validation processes.
  • Develop and maintain inventory of First and Second Lines of Defense stakeholders’ procedures, key/non-key controls, and key/non-key risk indicators.
  • Manage laws, rules, and regulations across all First and Second Lines of Defense stakeholders.
  • Project manage upgrades and changes to the technology platform, Archer.
  • Plan, lead, and follow-up meetings in support of risk assessment activities.
  • Synthesize data and identify trends and potential compliance risks.
  • Identify new products, volumes, and/or issues that should be incorporated in the GCRA assessment.
  • Document adequately all findings and conclusions related to the GCRA with explanations in narrative form.
  • Design and deliver senior level dashboard reporting and presentations, to be used for both internal and external teams.
  • Develops and executes process improvements to maximize efficiency, effectiveness of material created, and stakeholder engagement.
  • Stay abreast of developments in the banking industry that can impact the company’s risk profile and commitments to the Compliance Committee.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in Law, Economics, Finance, Public Administration or Business Related preferred. A combination of education and experience may meet job requirements
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in banking compliance, risk assessments, and/or financial industry
  • Advanced knowledge of OCC, CFPB, federal, and state banking laws and regulations
  • Detailed knowledge of regulatory expectations for mid-size banks for compliance regulations and risk assessments
  • Knowledge of banking industry standards, as well as internal operations
  • Ability to parse regulations, understand applicability to banks and banking products
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to communicate to regulations and how they apply to products and services effectively to stakeholders and to challenge responses as appropriate
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications, primarily Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, SharePoint, Word and other database analysis and reporting tools
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work with cross-functional teams and to interact with senior management
  • Strong project management, organization, and time management skills
  • Independent thinker as well as team player
  • Ability to manage high-priority assignments with thorough attention to detail and perform in fast-paced dynamic environment
  • Ability to summarize and report on complex data in a concise manner
  • Ability to analyze data to identify trends and ensure consistency
  • CRCM or CCBCO designation preferred
  • Compliance Risk Assessment preferred
Working with Us

Teamwork and the individual contributions of our associates are recognized as the drivers of our success.  At Trustmark, we are committed to preserving and advancing a diverse and inclusive workplace, where each associate, customer and shareholder is respected, valued and encouraged to share in our commitment.  We make significant investments in our associates so that they may enhance their personal and professional skills, because we want each associate to grow, flourish and fulfill their career aspirations.  Come onboard and join our team!

 


Equal Opportunities for All

Trustmark exemplifies the strength and possibilities that come with a diverse and inclusive team. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, genetic information, pregnancy, national origin, protected veteran, disability status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law. Trustmark is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accomodation for individuals with disabilities in employment.

 

If you need accomodation for any part of the application process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an email to careers@trustmark.com or call 866.213.1418.

 


Our Hiring Process

Upon accepting a position with Trustmark, the following pre-employment screenings must be completed:

  • Verification of employment, education and other data provided by you on your employment application
  • Verification of eligibility to work in the US
  • Criminal background check
  • Credit check (required for certain positions)
  • Fingerprinting (required for certain positions)
  • Drug screen

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