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Markets Fraud Risk & Control Officer (SVP) -- EMEA Regional Lead

London, OH 43140
This role will support the execution of the Global Markets Fraud Risk Management Program and associated control processes functioning within the Markets Front Office. The Global Fraud Risk Management Office for Markets business (Markets) **,** sits with the broader Global Markets Conduct Risk Team within Markets. The Global Markets Conduct Risk team is looking for an energized and dynamic professional who is ready to join a fast-paced, innovative team.

The candidate should have strong knowledge of how to develop and maintain a strong risk and control framework. The incumbent should have an understanding of institutional markets businesses, and fraud risk within the context of an institutional markets business. The incumbent will evaluate and enhance (where necessary) the current Markets fraud risk and control framework, policies, procedures, reporting, governance, and reporting related to Markets fraud risk. The incumbent must be able work collaboratively with the Markets business management and risk and control functions in the first line and second line, as well as Internal Audit. The candidate should have experience working with stakeholders globally to implement and execute on a consistent fraud risk framework that also accounts for regional requirements.


+ Lead several areas the Fraud Risk Management program for the region, including, but not limited to the following:

+ Work with stakeholders to identify and document key fraud laws rules and regulations, policies and standards, business procedures, systems and controls

+ Regularly update and maintain Markets Fraud Management Program (FRMP) document

+ Work with key stakeholders (e.g., Legal, Compliance, Operations Risk Management) to respond to potential fraud events consistent with the Fraud Risk Management Policy, Standards, and Markets Program.

+ Stay apprised of new regulatory or legislative obligations as they pertain to Fraud Risk Management, and where appropriate work to integrate those requirements into the Markets Fraud Risk Management Program.

+ Work with global head and regional Fraud lead to continue to refine fraud risk metrics, key business indicators, and other related management information.

+ Assist the business with conducting formal lessons learned for internal fraud events and lead the drafting of lessons learned for external events, as required by ORM policy.

+ Work with the stakeholders with Markets to ensure that operational loss events related to Fraud are captured accurately and timely recorded in firms operations loss capture system.

+ Produce content for the Management Control Assessment MCA process, which includes the monitoring, testing of requirements per the Fraud Risk Policy and Standards. Examples include documentation on key fraud risks from activities, design and/or document key fraud processes, any known material control or procedural gaps, key emerging risks or changes to the fraud risk landscape. Further strengthen relationships with business Assessment Unit (AU) owners to accurately identify, evaluate and document relevant fraud risk and related controls.

+ Coordinate efforts for the Fraud Risk Management Principles attestation process, which requires working with key stakeholders to assess whether applicable fraud controls are in place and operating effectively.

+ Review and approve fraud impact assessment template/questionnaire that the business must complete for New Product Approvals (NPAC); conduct research and due diligence on the new product, review the assessment of whether the NPAC presents new or incremental fraud risk, and work with the business to confirm key controls are in place to adequately control for any new or incremental fraud risk.

+ Prepare and present materials for regional governance reporting including an assessment of fraud risk appetite, results of key indicator metrics, and any updates to open action plans.

+ Lead internal reviews by Internal Audit, Compliance Assurance as well as Reg Inquiries and Exams. Provide timely responses to requests by regulators (e.g., OCC, FRB, and PRA) for information.

+ Engage senior management on relevant aspects of the Markets Fraud Risk Program. Support the Global Head of Fraud Risk in completing the annual certification of the fraud program.


+ Strong relevant work experience in Business Risk & Controls or similar control function in the second line of defense (Compliance, Operational Risk Management) with a bank/broker-dealer, OR equivalent experience at a regulator

+ Prior experience working in or with an institutional client, markets business.

+ Prior experience working in fraud risk Management highly desirable

+ Demonstrated ability to clearly and concisely communicate orally and in writing to senior stakeholders and in senior governance forums

+ Strong organizational skills, and ability to shift priorities quickly, as needed

+ Demonstrated ability to implement and lead a risk and control framework within a region

+ Excellent problem-solving skills

+ Ability to think strategically (i.e., see bigger picture) and execute in a timely and accurate manner

+ Demonstrated ability to develop and implement remediation plans

+ Ensures adherence to Citis policies and code of conduct


Bachelors/University degree or equivalent experience; Masters or professional degree preferred


**Job Family Group:**

Risk Management


**Job Family:**

Business Risk & Controls


**Time Type:**

Full time


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Posted: 2022-05-13 Expires: 2022-06-12

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