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Government and Government Relations Attorney in Jacksonville, FL

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Company name

Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

Organization Type


Job Type


Practice Area

Government and Government Relations

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required


USA Jacksonville, FL

Date Last Verified

Apr 11,2018

Posted on

Mar 24,2018

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Sanctions Compliance Officer, Investigations - Assistant Vice President Responsibilities: Support in protecting the Bank from legal, regulatory and reputational risk with regard to business involving sanctioned entities and/or countries. Diligently investigate payment messages escalated from Regulatory Filtering Operations to United States (US) Sanctions Compliance for potential sanctions, AML, or policy violations. Accurately apply OFAC and EU regulations and Deutsche Bank policy to payment messages and coordinate significant issues requiring further escalation within Deutsche Bank Anti-Financial Crimes and across business and operations. Monitor the regulatory situation in the region, and assist in ensuring significant events impacting Deutsche Bank are addressed as need be. Interface with client service officers on transaction-related requests and decide on these in full compliance with all applicable sanctions regulations as well as the Deutsche Bank’s policies and procedures. Identify and escalate issues which are not addressed by current policies or standards, draft and implement possible solutions. Maintain and manage internal watch lists, and coordinate with Regulatory Filtering Operations in the timely and accurate implementation of all watch lists. Assist in timely maintenance of records in accurate and auditable format. Support sanctions-relevant reporting obligations involving countries in the region to the competent authorities. Assist in the collection of information in response to law enforcement, regulatory, or internal inquiries. Report any risk relating to the duties and responsibilities described hereunder and any event or incident that is capable of creating or constituting such a risk to the Head of Sanctions Compliance.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree is required, a JD Degree or a Masters is preferred. Past experience in AML or sanctions compliance and operations in a global financial institution highly desirable. Previous relevant experience in financial services or similar industry in compliance, legal or project management function, working with policies and procedures, group governance and/or organizational management. Knowledge of Sanctions laws/regulations to provide guidance to business and compliance staff. Proficiency Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to work across geographic and cultural boundaries to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Ability to prioritize requirements to achieve regulatory or audit requirements. Ability to deliver timely and quality execution in a fast-paced and high-pressured environment. Flexibility to work extended hours to meet deadlines, when necessary. Ability to act decisively and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Excellent writing and communication skills. Strong drafting, analytical and communication skills. Strong, independent self-starter and problem solver. Strong project management or evident ability to influence management and adhere to deadlines. Team player and self –starter, able to act on own initiative and learn quickly.. Highly organized and pays attention to detail. Strength in U.S. economic sanctions regulations. Detail oriented and organized, as well as proactive in follow up on pending deliverables.

Additional info

Job ID: 3168625

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main
8120 Nations Way
Suite 207-210
Jacksonville, FL 32256