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Vice President – US Assistant KYC/CIP Officer - Global Markets/Fixed Income

Type de contrat

Standard / Permanent


US-NJ-Jersey City

Métier / fonction




Business Overview:
The U.S. Financial Security Department plays a key role in continually guiding and coordinating the AML Program of BNPP in the US. Within the BNPP U.S. Financial Security Department are four main areas: Know-Your-Customer, Financial Intelligence Unit, Transaction Monitoring, and Sanctions.  The KYC Advisory team provides a point of escalation for matters arising during the KYC process. The team assesses and opines on clients with elevated risk factors, pertaining to money laundering, corruption and other financial crime; and drafts, interprets and provides guidance on KYC policies and procedures.
  • Support BNPP’s management and AML Program by contributing to the implementation of a robust and effective  KYC/CDD process
  • Protect the Bank’s reputation by reviewing and assessing for money laundering and related risks, clients requiring enhanced due diligence
  • Support US CIB entities with particular focus on global markets activities (i.e. FX, interest rates, credit markets, equity derivatives, commodities)
  • Opine on matters related to cross-border global markets transactions
  • Work with the business to define KYC/CDD responsibilities for indirect relationships (e.g. omnibus, give-up arrangements, intermediated or managed accounts)
  • Provide a qualitative and informed opinion on sensitive clients to local Client Acceptance Committee or to Compliance Senior Management
  • Represent US Compliance in global coordinated Client Acceptance Committees for shares clients
  • Draft and publish interpretive guidance as local clarification to global policies and procedures
  • Escalation point for requests for dispensations to KYC policies, procedures and processes
  • Monitor US regulatory developments as relates to KYC/CDD
  • Provide advice and support to internal clients such as business officers, due diligence teams, compliance advisors, senior management, and client acceptance committee
  • Collaborate with head office and global counterparts on policy and procedure updates
  • Participate in KYC/CDD projects
  • Respond timely to urgent and time-sensitive escalations
  • Create and perform training on KYC/CDD regulations and internal policies and procedures geared toward Global Markets business lines
  • Maintain KYC SharePoint site

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university required. CAMS certification, a plus
  • Compliance professional with 5 - 10 years of related experience, including acting in an advisory capacity
  • Strong ability to exercise risk-based judgment and make risk-appropriate decision
  • Thorough knowledge of US regulatory KYC/CIP/CDD framework, including publication from securities / futures regulators; familiarity of European KYC/CDD requirements preferred
  • Knowledge of AML regulations and OFAC sanctions programs, preferred
  • Ability to work late to meet tight deadlines
  • Strong written and oral presentation skills
  • Advanced understanding of global markets products and services required; additionally, familiarity with banking products, a plus
  • Understanding of KYC requirements and best practices when acting in various capacities (e.g. executing, clearing or marketing) in cross-border transactions
FINRA Registrations: 
  • Not required, but a plus