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Trade Compliance Senior Manager Sanctions The candidate will work with management, internal businesses and Legal teams to address risk mitigation of the denied party and sanctions screening program. Will assist in the continued and further development, implementation, sustainability, and enhancement of the denied party and sanctions screening program for all jurisdictions where operates. The Sanctions Compliance Manager/Sr. Manager will serve as a Subject Matter Expert regarding sanctions compliance and will work closely with various businesses to ensure and track the effectiveness of the program to comply with the various US and international sanction rules and regulations. Participate and collaborate in the review and analysis of new regulatory developments globally and maintain oversight of developments impacting business activities. This will include review of sanctions developments from the United Nations, Australia, the European Union, Germany, Switzerland and the United States. Comprehensive investigations of apparent breaches of regulation/compliance standards and implementation of corrective actions. Identify regulatory compliance risks/concerns and make suggestions and/or take corrective action to implement solutions to improve controls/operations. Prepare periodic, timely reports as well as escalation of key or high risk compliance issues. Identify, evaluate, and remediate operational risks undermining sanctions. Clearly and timely communicate findings, determinations and recommendations to the Trade Compliance Director and Legal with respect to escalated key or high risk compliance issues. Oversee/manage screening process, system and escalation review of potential matches. Develop and Execute Sanctions Compliance Training. This will include training for sanctions developments from the United Nations, Australia, the European Union, Germany, Switzerland and the United State. Meet with businesses and stakeholders on new business initiatives, consulting on sanctions compliance risk or implications. Submit, monitor and track licenses (where required). Provide ongoing updates and communications to relevant staff. This will include updates for sanctions developments from the United Nations, Australia, the European Union, Germany, Switzerland and the United States, with respective business impact analyses. Bachelor's degree is essential. Should preferably have Law degree. Should have 6+ years of Regulatory or Trade Compliance experience (OFAC preferred). Should have proven track record of implementing scalable compliance solutions (systems, procedures, processes, etc.) in a regulated environment. Must have experience managing a compliance function or sanctions screening systems.
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