Bank of America Audit Supervisor- Regulatory Relations in Charlotte, North Carolina
Key Responsibilities include:
Assists in managing Audit’s relationship with U.S. Primary regulators (OCC, FRB, CFPB) and other significant domestic regulators (SEC, FINRA, FDIC)
Assists with non-U.S. regulatory requests
Assists in managing exams of Corporate Audit
Liaises Audit LOB teams and Compliance Exam Managers to complete requests to exams/inquiries from regulators noted above. Includes initial request items, follow-up requests, and Audit exam meetings.
Liaises with LOB Audit teams to assign regulatory identified issues as needed
Trains regulators on Audit's processes and manages access to Audit databases
Liaises with Global Regulatory Relations (Compliance) and other internal risk groups on regulatory matters
Manages the Corporate Audit regulatory meeting calendar and works with LOB Audit teams on creation of meeting materials
Maintains a log of materials regulatory submissions and meetings
Compiles regulator identified issues status analysis and reports status to Audit senior management and the OCC/FRB
Supports LOB Audit teams on external regulator identified issue process
Develops and trains on policies and procedures related to external regulator identified issues
- Bachelor's Degree plus a minimum of 3 years experience in audit, accounting, risk or regulatory.
CPA or Master's Degree
Financial Services experience
Posting Date : 08/16/2017
Location : US-NY-New York, US-NC-Charlotte
Travel : No
Full / Part-time : Full time
Hours Per Week : 40
Shift : 1st shift
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