Reporting to the BSA Investigations Manager within the Financial Intelligence Unit, the Special Investigations Supervisor oversees a team of Special Investigations Analysts charged with investigating potentially suspicious activity related to money laundering, terrorist financing, or other criminal activity deemed by the Bank to be of a sensitive nature, or not appropriate for investigation by other investigative resources.
- Investigate potential financial crime related issues committed against the Bank, including but not limited to potential money laundering, terrorist financing, or other crimes. Create and retain case management records for all investigations. Coordinate investigations with appropriate law enforcement officials as needed.
- Oversee daily investigation activities of the Special Investigations team. Make decisions on the prioritization of cases, case allocation, and determine the level of sensitivity required. Oversee quality of the investigations conducted on Special Investigations team cases and SARs and carry final authority on case quality and SAR determination.
- Become a trusted advisor to the business. Provide recommendations to mitigate future risk, based on findings and outcomes as a result of investigative work. Partner with LOB to create mitigation and remediation plans as needed.
- Develop and implement procedures for investigations and law enforcement engagement. Responsible for ensuring IB investigation processes meet or exceed industry standards by regularly evaluating IB procedures against industry practices.
- Bachelor's Degree in related field or equivalent professional experience.
- 5 years of banking experience.
- Experience with BSA/AML regulations and anti-money laundering (AML) and Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filing, including automated and manual transaction monitoring systems and workflow.
- Knowledge of criminal typologies associated with financial products and services.
- Familiarity with processes related to grand jury subpoenas, national security letters, and USA PATRIOT Act Section 314.
- Understanding of FinCEN reporting requirements and guidance and the BSA/AML regulatory regime.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills with ability to summarize findings, create reports effectively, and interact with variety of individuals within all levels of the department and the organization.
- Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of management, BSA staff, regulators, and examiners.
- Keen attention to detail, proven analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Desire and ability to oversee a team of individuals, provide mentorship and coaching, and provide a positive working environment.
- Skilled leader who can build consensus with other teams, and develop and motivate direct reports.
- Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously, with a keen interest in process optimization and organizational transformation.
- Willingness to be a deadline-driven team player.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and related programs (specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint).
- Experience with a range of FIU-related systems, Fiserv's FCRM a plus
- Accreditation from a recognized industry body such as ACAMS, CFE, or similar
- CPA, CIA, CFSA, CFE, CFCS certification(s) a plus
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