American Express Compliance Analyst in Helena, Montana
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Description - Internal
Global Servicing Group’s (GSG) Global Card Issuance (GCI) and Amex Savings (AS) teams are supported by the greater Global Shared Services Compliance (GSSC) team; this Compliance team is responsible for the second-line oversight and consultative support of GCI and AS; which include but is not limited to, Regulatory Business Self Testing (RBST), Complaints and the Compliance Risk Assessment process as part of the Compliance annual cycle.
This is a fun and interesting role focusing primarily on support of GSSC’s AS and GCI second-line Compliance oversight, specifically supporting AS and GCI initiatives, while executing the Compliance Risk Management Program for both functions. It’s a great opportunity to join Amex Compliance to support these two evolving and critical business processes.
Continuous execution of the Compliance Risk Management program for the Amex Savings (AS) and Global Card Issuance (GCI) Lines of Business
Liaise and collaborate with PAS and GCI program and project teams, GSG Line of Business Compliance Officers and other strategic business partners
Identify focus areas/areas of concern for AS and GCI and support as Business develops proposed solutions and looks to implement various projects, initiatives and enhancements requiring Compliance oversight and sign-off
Monitor actions related to GSG complaints from the PS/GCI lines of business, to ensure they align with appropriate regulatory responses
Support work related to AS and GCI strategic initiative inquiries, both ad hoc and specific project initiatives
Prior Compliance/regulatory and/or Governance experience is highly preferred
Deep understanding and awareness of GSG’s AS and GCI processes; process development and management in both groups; analyzing data and determining trends related to the wide array of financial and card products and services in both groups.
Curiosity, willingness and enthusiasm in learning both or either business processes if no background in either; and, a track record of embracing the unknown and unfamiliar while patiently climbing a learning curve in supporting each group.
Willingness to pursue internal Compliance certifications as part of a development plan.
Must demonstrate leadership and team building skills as well as being an established team player.
A strong candidate must also have an ability to support multiple AS and GCI projects simultaneously; strong and demonstrated Power Point and Excel computer skills; strong general communication skills, both written and oral, with emphasis on excellent presentation and editing skills; and a willingness to be a deadline-driven team player
Bachelor's Degree or 2 years of work experience.
Minimum Experience Requirement: 6 months of experience.
Employment eligibility to work with American Express in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for these positions.
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Primary Location: United States
Req ID: 21028653