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Desired Industry: Banking/Mortgage SpiderID: 81602
Desired Job Location: New York, New York Date Posted: 11/7/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 140000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No

Multifaceted, analytical, and success-driven professional with career-long experience in international banking and financial service management, complemented with broad knowledge of Federal Reserve System banking operations. Commended with strong business acumen in overseeing business acquisition and building global partnership. Recognized for strategic and proactive management approach in improving efficiency, increasing productivity, and achieving set-forth goals and objectives. Equipped with excellent organizational and communication skills in dealing with and resolving risk-related issues and challenges. Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, Visio, and PowerPoint) and Minitab.

Scotiabank • New York, NY
Manager, Regulatory Reporting Internal Auditor 2017–Present
Effectively lead regulatory reporting audits in coordination with a team of auditors
Keenly assess internal control effectiveness in financial and regulatory reporting process
Conduct in-depth analysis on report specifications for all regulatory reports ensuring alignment of specifications with the regulatory reporting instructions
Determine risk-related issues as well as provide value-added recommendations to business unit stakeholders
Contribute in creating annual audit USA plan, while reviewing plan to response in all high-risk areas by acquiring key trends and information to verify planned risks/areas of audit focus
Communicate with officer-in-charge (OIC) and audit principal to identify systemic/emerging issues and changes affecting audit plan, including pre-planning meetings and walkthroughs with auditees
Organize the audit for various units and identify related resources to ensure the implementation of approved audit plan and compliance of scope and extent of work with approved plan
Handle the preparation of planning documentation and sample selection based on department audit methodology, such as audit project outline and commencement activities, as well as audit findings to senior management
Perform all aspects of audit closings processes, including presentation of an overview of the audit results and findings to the management
Cultivate positive relationships with audit clients, respective support areas, and audit staff throughout the United States and globe
Oversee ad hoc projects, which include training newly-hired and existing bank employees on importance of regulatory reporting and defining new reporting trends
Exhibit in-depth knowledge of diverse regulatory reports, including FFIEC 002, FFIEC 009, FFIEC 019, FFIEC 031, FFIEC 041, FR Y-15, FR Y-9C, FR-Y6, FR-Y7, FR Y-10, TIC B, TIC S, TIC D, TIC CQ-1, and TIC CQ-2.

Key Accomplishments:
Improved data content and workflow efficiency by 50% through gap analyses to create innovative ideas and response on inefficiencies in eliminating non-value data
Brought 75% increase in reasonability by evaluating banking data enabling in-depth analyzations and less errors
Served a driving force behind the development of various training programs, including bank wide training program focused on importance of regulatory reporting and new hire training program to the regulatory reporting audit team
Contributed key insight in the development of newly created Regulatory Reporting Audit Team

Independent Consultant • Various Locations
Regulatory Reporting Analyst 2016–2017
Coordinated discussions in determining, prioritizing, and documenting detailed requirements to guarantee conformance of changes in reporting with company policy
Efficiently interfaced with the Finance, Regulatory Reporting, and Risk teams for resolution on data dependencies to support ongoing Federal Reserve Bank requirements
Guaranteed strict adherence and accurate submission of reporting requirements to departments
Performed effective risk management in delivering reporting information within finance and risk regulatory submissions
Played as key resource in generating various regulatory reports for the Board of Governors, Department of Commerce, and United States of Treasury Department
Proactively discussed the changes in reporting to ensure alignment with company’s policy by identifying, prioritizing, and documenting detailed requirements
Collaborated with the Finance, Regulatory Reporting, and Risk teams, which guaranteed the fulfillment of data dependencies to support current Federal Reserve Bank requirements
Provided and managed risks on the presentation of reporting information within finance and risk regulatory submissions

PricewaterhouseCoopers • New York, NY
Manager, Financial Services Regulatory Adviser 2014–2016
Assessed end-to-end regulatory reporting for large-scale banking organizations, which included documenting and reviewing current state of regulatory reporting processes; determining risk-related issues; and offering value-added recommendation to business unit stakeholders
Researched deficiencies and performance improvement opportunities by identifying weak areas, areas of process improvements, and control environments
Worked closely with clients on processes mapping, while discovering associated risks with current processes
Generated comprehensive scoping and observation documents and status reports to implement corrective actions
Strategically led the company team to ensure attainment of deadlines and delegation of tasks

Key Accomplishment:
Educated clients regarding necessary requirements for regulatory reporting, including guidance from regulatory agencies which resulted to control environments enhancements

Federal Reserve Bank of New York • New York, NY
Senior Reports Analyst 1999–2014
Drove efforts in preparing Treasury International capital banking data for the board of governors, Department of Commerce, and United States Treasury Department
Rendered leadership to six analysts in resolving bank change bulletin issues consisting of organizational structure changes to depository institutions
Reviewed and reported all pertinent financial and bank structure data from domestic and foreign depository institutions, capital market participants, and bank holding companies
Prepared balance payments through reports and data gathering, as well as developed international financial policy and identified international market for reporting to Federal Reserve Bank
Offered support on the implementation of reporting central to improve reporting functionality
Carried out training sessions focused on interpretation of issues within treasury international capital banking reporting and requirements
Provided comments and suggestions regarding business requirements and design documents to ensure process efficiencies and risk mitigation
Coordinated with senior officers of reporting institutions to discuss changes in reported data
Partnered with bank business process excellence office and division staffing in creating strategic processes for determination of risks in the current methods

Key Accomplishments:
Functioned as primary resource for the successful execution of reporting central, such as all issues resolution
Effectively generated 80% success rate in signing up banks for reporting central, as well as increased reasonability and timeliness of reporting to the bank
Executed end-to-end assessment and mapping processes to identify and resolve reporting issues that resulted to improvement of data flow on federal reserve by 50%
Successfully obtained key initiatives within International Treasury Services Department, including
Preparation of mid-year trend analysis of International Treasury Services ( volumes and US dollar (USD) values
Investigation of daily payments for potential Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) matches
Gap analysis to document and support business case to improve opportunity

Master of Business Administration in Global Management
University of Phoenix, John Sperling School of Business • Phoenix, AZ

Bachelor of Arts in History
Yeshiva University • New York City, NY

Project and Program Management | Risk Assessment | Continuous Process Improvement | Financial Reporting
Audit Analysis | Regulatory Compliance | Quality Control and Assurance

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