The Management of BNP Paribas
has committed to ensure compliance with AML / Embargo & Sanctions rules
within the entire Group. In this context, Group Compliance has decided to have
a strong and permanent set-up within the U.S.: Group Financial Security US (“GFS
- Having the
responsibility for the BNP Paribas Group framework in relation to
Compliance with U.S. Sanctions;
- Ensuring a legal
watch in relation to U.S. Sanctions in liaison with Legal Affairs;
- Issuing norms,
policies and procedures in relation to Sanctions and applicable across the
BNP Paribas Group;
- Providing advice
on situations linked to U.S. Sanctions across the Group;
- Acting as the
ultimate level of management of the U.S. Sanctions – related alerts;
- Acting as the
sponsor of tools used to filter flows against embargo / sanctions lists;
- Risk assessing the
Group’s branches & affiliates regarding non-compliance issues through
a permanent risk oversight;
- Performing on-site
controls within BNP Paribas Group to verify that BNP Paribas entities comply
with norms issued by GFS U.S.2
On-Site Control Department (“OSC”) Overview:
- Review the
adequacy and effectiveness of the Financial Security framework within the
BNP Paribas Group.
- Assess if BNP
Paribas’s branches, affiliates and global business lines comply with
regulations / Group requirements in the area of Financial Security.
- GFS U.S. OSC is
based in New York and is comprised of experienced reviewers who travel
internationally to execute a risk-based compliance review plan.
GFS U.S. OSC is primarily
responsible for reviewing compliance with Financial Sanctions and in particular
OFAC-specific requirements for all entities globally.
Candidate Success Factors:
Candidates will be
measured on the following four performance drivers, which will dictate how
individual impact is considered on the Americas platform:
- Results and Impact
- Leadership and Collaboration
- Client, Customer and Stakeholder Focus
- Compliance Culture and Conduct
and support, Quality Assurance (“QA”) and information technology needs for the OSC
recruitment and development plans as well as the OSC budget, metrics
group wide IT tools to improve departmental business processes and create
the face of all internal/external reporting needs for the team and will work
towards automating them to create efficiencies and increase productivity.
implementation of new policy updates within our methodology, handling of the
Remedial Action Plans (“RAPs”) for the department, working towards department
performance, including job-related skills enhancement
As an Assistant Vice President of OSC, you will be reporting
to an OSC Vice President. Primary duties and responsibilities include:
and maintaining metrics for OSC management to be used in reporting and
presentations while leveraging tools like Tableau, SharePoint, SQL database
advanced excel spreadsheet modeling/VBA programming techniques to automate
Be a data
champion for the team in supporting inquiries from other teams within the
organization asking for department information
report and analytic requests specifications from senior management, business
users and determine best approach for report development or data extractions.
in the enhancement of OSC GPD activities (methodologies, test plans, RAPs and
Review QA etc.)
key stakeholders to gather, analyze, and determine data and information
requirements in support of the new Product development for the department.
for defining and documenting requirements, systems testing, internal &
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) processes, including collaboration with the
business stakeholders, developing UAT criterion and test cases
Act as the IT admin for department systems like
Teammate and Aurora
System audits to check the IT access for all application used by the team and
act as a single point of contact for all team members
Quality Assurance of Reviews conducted by the department across BNP Paribas
- Participating in OSC Reviews. This includes but is not limited to
- Scoping on-site reviews;
- Executing assigned testing controls in compliance with OSC
Operating Procedures and quality standards;
- Identifying findings and Remedial Action Plans (In coordination
with Team Leads and Stakeholder);
- Communicating findings to Team Lead and assisting the Team Lead in
the writing of the Review Reports;
This position may require at least 25-30%
international travel to countries where BNPP has offices, operations, or
business interests, which may include developing countries. Extended stay up to
five (5) weeks may be required.
an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join a Group-wide function
in a highly visible position
Minimum Required Qualifications
Undergraduate degree, finance,
accounting, information technology, or related quantitative field. Graduate degree a plus.
2 - 3 years’ experience in IT domain preferably in
a financial services domain.
understanding of the requirement gathering processes and project management
with Data Visualization software like Tableau, Power BI
with Microsoft office suite including but not limited to Excel, PowerPoint
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
High level of detail orientation and organization.
Flexibility to adapt to new changing environment.
Team player with demonstrated record in
self-initiative and time management.
High ethical standards.
FINRA Registrations Required:
CFTC Swap Dealer
Associated Person (if yes, NFA Swaps Proficiency Program is required):
SEC Security-Based Swap Dealer Associated Person:
BNP Paribas is
committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion,
and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, gender, age,
creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital
status, citizenship, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender
expression, or any other legally protected status.