The position of Global Sanctions Analyst is a part of Financial Crimes Compliance and reports up through the AML Operations Group. Analysts are responsible for reviewing customers, accounts and individual transactions for matches to individuals or entities that are subject to US sanctions or appear on other lists of concern (e.g. 314(a) or PEP). The Analyst will use various resources in their review, including internal bank systems and external investigative tools. In addition, analysts will be asked to participate in special projects, prepare management reports, and be a proactive participant in the Group’s initiatives.
The Global Sanctions Analyst is responsible for reviewing customers, accounts and individual transactions for matches to individuals or entities that are subject to US sanctions or appear on other lists of concern (e.g. 314(a) or PEP). The Analyst utilizes internal bank systems and external investigative tools to complete reviews. Analysts participate in special projects, prepare management reports, and proactively participate in the Group’s initiatives.
The Senior Quantitative Analyst will play a senior role in the Model Risk Management (MRM) Group, focusing on reviews of models used at the Bank to make business and operating decisions. This includes models for corporate (C&I) and commercial real estate (CRE) exposures for stress testing, as well as allowance models. The model validator will have experience and knowledge of credit loss modeling and validation for commercial or consumer portfolios (e.g., default models, transition models, loss-given-default models), as well as familiarity with various vendor models.
The Risk Model Validation (RMV) Manager leads the Bank’s Model Risk Management validation process and is responsible for managing and mitigating potential adverse impacts arising from the use of mathematical, statistical, or financial models. The Bank utilizes quantitative models and tools to support business processes and ensures informed decision making in areas such as financial planning and forecasting, loan loss reserve modeling, interest rate risk management, investments, capital planning, and stress testing.
The RMV Manager is responsible for independently conducting quantitative analytics for modeling projects. The role performs model validation on internal in-house models, as well as engages and supports 3rd party model validations. The incumbent possesses excellent quantitative and analytical skills with a broad knowledge of financial and commercial banking products.
The RMV Manager aids in the development and implementation of model risk management practices on the Bank’s culture and stakeholder expectations of Risk Management. This individual oversees performance of this compliance and risk management function by creating model development standards and procedures, developing standards for model validations, and administering compliance with the Bank’s Model Risk Management policy and procedures including working with the bank’s governance committees for validation oversight and model risk.
This position will support the Financial Crimes Compliance department as a Data Analyst Intern. Under the direction of the FCC Data Analytics Manager, the Intern supports the processes to achieve efficiencies in various workflows and implementing and maintaining optimization of the FCC’s monitoring tools.
The position of the Non-Consumer Lending Compliance Officer is responsible for completing monitoring of internal controls for non-consumer lending operations compliance regulations in areas such as the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Flood Disaster Protection Act, and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act.
The Regulatory Compliance Officer is responsible for monitoring business and consumer lending operations for compliance with all lending regulations including the Truth in Lending Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Flood Disaster Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. In addition, the Regulatory Compliance Officer, working independently or in conjunction with other members of the Compliance Department, reviews the National Business Lines for regulatory compliance; evaluates compliance risk associated with the purchase of residential mortgage and other purchased loan portfolios and, as needed, serves as a regulatory resource for the lending lines of business. May assume management duties with a small team (1-4 junior employees) when needed.
Western Alliance Bank
Risk Management & Compliance
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