|Summary/Purpose: The Chief Compliance Officer leads GE Capitalís Compliance program within the GE Capital, Aviation Services business (GECAS). The GE Capital Compliance program seeks to mitigate the risk of legal or regulatory sanctions, financial loss or damage to GE and GE Capitalís reputation arising from non-compliance with applicable laws, rules, regulations and internal policies or from a failure to manage appropriately GE Capitalís relationships with its regulators.
Essential Responsibilities: The Business Unit Chief Compliance Officer functions as an independent and objective control function leader who partners with the business to manage compliance risks and build a better company. The Business Unit Chief Compliance Officer serves on the Senior Leadership Team of the GECAS business, alongside the business leaders, CFO, General Counsel, CRO and other functional leaders (e.g. IT, Operations, HR).
The Business Unit Chief Compliance Officer also serves on the Senior Leadership Team of the GE Capital Compliance function, comprised of the Chief Compliance Officers for each of the GE Capital Business Units and the GE Capital Compliance Leaders for Financial Crime, Enterprise Compliance and Assurance. Business Unit Chief Compliance Officers report to the GE Capital Chief Compliance Officer.
The successful candidate will lead a team of approximately 10 compliance staff, with responsibility for specific sub-businesses, financial crime, enterprise compliance and other areas. The program is fully aligned with the expectations of compliance functions expressed by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, other regulators, and with the GE Integrity Program.
Lead a cross-jurisdictional multi-cultural team in the development and efficient and effective implementation of GE Capitalís Compliance program.
Provide compliance guidance and approval on the Business Unitís commercial transactions as needed.
Drive engagement and compliance culture throughout the Business Unit, building effective relationships across the Business Unit Senior Leadership Team.
Lead and partner effectively across GE Capitalís Compliance Senior Leadership team.
Lead, direct and ensure effective relationships with the GE Capitalís regulators.
Timely report and escalate compliance issues on an ongoing basis to the Business Unitís CEO and GE Capitalís Chief Compliance Officer, and others as required.
Recruit and develop qualified personnel for the Compliance function.
Lead and manage the Business Unitís compliance risk assessment processes, including the annual general and AML-specific risk assessments and GEís annual compliance review (ďSession DĒ).
Develop, obtain required approvals for and implement the Business Unitís Annual Compliance Plan.
Develop and improve the global compliance strategy by working with key corporate and business stakeholders and facilitate its execution with the global compliance leaders.
Lead or participate in audits and examinations by GE Capital Internal Audit and the firmís external regulators, and assure effective remediation of recommendations and findings relating to compliance issues.
Maintain a strong working relationship with business partners, other risk management functions and regulators.
Identify, communicate, and translate compliance best practices across GE businesses or external forums.
Member of the GECAS Limited Board.
Qualifications/Requirements: Basic Qualifications:
Bachelorsí degree with combined 15+ years financial services regulatory, compliance, Legal, business, audit, or other relevant experience.
Experience setting the vision for, leading and managing diverse teams
Demonstrated success influencing senior management and peer functions to act, crafting creative solutions and integrating multiple business objectives.
Experience interfacing successfully and effectively with prudential and other regulators, including success influencing them.
Experience establishing strategic direction and execution of a global program
Conversant in relevant compliance subject matter areas, including consumer and commercial banking, lending, leasing and deposit-taking; money laundering and terrorist financing prevention; economic sanctions; anti-bribery / anti-corruption; privacy, data protection and insider trading; M&A and ethics programs.
Strong management and process experience and skills
Must submit your application for employment through gecareers.com to be considered (Internals via COS)
Must be able to satisfy the requirements of Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Must be willing to comply with pre-employment screening, including but not limited to drug testing (where allowed by law), reference verification, and background check.
Must be willing to work out of an office in Shannon or Dublin Ireland
Must be willing to travel up to 30% of the time
Legal authorization to work in the Ireland. is required.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications:
MBA and/or JD from an accredited law school.
Banking / regulated entity / depository institution regulatory or compliance leadership experience.
?Knowledge of compliance risks associated with running a global aviation leasing company
Executive presence and proven track record providing strategic leadership of a global compliance program
Successful track record maintaining good working relationships with regulators.
Proven ability to identify, solve and prevent regulatory issues.
Willingness to challenge/question peers and colleagues to test assumptions and rationales underlying proposed decisions and processes bearing on regulatory compliance and risk assessments
Ability to juggle and successfully address competing high priority matters.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills - Proven ability to build strong relationships and lead large groups effectively.
Detail oriented and well organized.
Ability to lead by example and demonstrate GE values.
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