The Financial Crime Switzerland Controls Testing & Assurance Lead will join the Financial Crime Compliance (“FCC”) Group. This role will report into both IWM and SUB FCC via the Switzerland FCC Execution Head, and will be functionally supervised by the Global Head of Financial Crime Controls Testing & Assurance (“FC CTA”). The Lead will have the responsibility of further establishing the Switzerland FC CTA program (incl. Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, and Sanctions Compliance), including conducting testing and thematic assurance reviews of key financial crime controls and working with highly motivated CTA associates/analysts during reviews, where applicable. Specifically, the role requires that the Lead: Serve as the key accountable representative and subject matter expert for financial crime controls testing, monitoring, and assurance on behalf of the Switzerland location across both IWM and SUB; Own the design of, implement, and execute the FC CTA program in Switzerland in conjunction with global CTA through testing and assurance activities in order to test the design and/or operating effectiveness of key financial crime controls incl. relevant tools and technologies; Support global CTA to develop further the global FC CTA program Develop regional/divisional schedule of CTA reviews in coordination with global CTA, FCC, CCO, and business teams, and with consideration of current Bank, regional, and/or divisional processes, programs, and risks; Ensure that the Switzerland CTA team is deeply familiarized and educated on the Bank’s key financial crime risks and controls, the business areas, products and services, to enable the team to more effectively and appropriately test and identify any emerging risks; Liaise with control owners/performers and key stakeholders to discuss CTA reviews and findings and identify appropriate resolution/remediation; Lead Switzerland CTA team to develop and incorporate data-driven techniques in the performance of testing and assurance of financial crime controls and processes; Assess results of CTA reviews to identify trends and opportunities for program enhancement within CTA and also FCC; Report on findings and provide MI to key stakeholders e.g. Heads of FCC, CCOs, Business Management; Support the maintenance of global CTA standards based on divisional/regional/global changes to controls and identified risks and priorities; Exercise judgement and demonstrate financial crime and/or control testing subject matter expertise in bringing in advisory and jurisdiction specific knowledge to conversations with Chief Compliance Officers, control owners/performers, and business heads, as required; Assist FCC Management with oversight and coordination of CTA review in non-hub locations, as needed; and Accountable for internal and external audit commitments relating to Switzerland CTA program.