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The FCC Management Information, Reporting & Analytics team within the Financial Crime Compliance department is hiring a team member based in Zurich, whose key role will be to drive the design and implementation of the Global FCC Data Governance and Strategy function. The individual in this role will help define, design and implement the FCC Data Strategy and Governance framework, including standards, policies, procedures and controls to ensure data quality, timeliness and completeness in the sourcing and delivery of data. This should include work on standardization of data, definitions across multiple legal entities, divisions, and countries, to achieve overall homogeneity of data. The person will also ensure data access requirements are met from the legal perspective and maintain information on legal limitations on data sharing globally. The individual will perform data gap assessments in order to identify areas of improvement, design action plans for sourcing data from additional systems and data sets into our strategic data platform. The individual will collaborate with teams across the entire Financial Crime Compliance function, as well as First Line of Defense, Risk, IT, CDO, and broader Compliance. The person will work closely with the Global Head of FCC Management Information, Reporting & Analytics to support them in defining the Data Strategy and Governance framework required to generate valuable insights into Financial Crime related risk. The individual will participate in relevant working group and provide advice in global initiatives, system improvements and roll-outs to ensure adequate and well-structured output for reporting and analytics purposes. The role will closely liaise with Financial Crimes Risk Assessments, Control Testing & Assurance, Regulatory, Audit and Exams teams in order to enhance and improve management information.
Your future colleagues
In this role, you will be a member of a highly committed and collaborative team in an international and fast-paced environment. We are a department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizing the firm’s D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global cultural values.