This position will be office based in one of the locations listed. The location will be determined where the hired candidate resides.
U.S. Bank is currently seeking a Payment Services Regulatory Change Analyst to join the Payment Services Chief Risk Office Compliance team. The role will oversee and manage regulatory change compliance risk across all Payment Services businesses and jurisdictions. The role will serve as a functional liaison between the line of business and the lines of defense and will actively participate in regulatory change management projects and activities, identify gaps and inform solutions, and actively identify, respond to and escalate risks.
• Partners with the Payment Services business units and Corporate Compliance
to create, implement, maintain, review, and oversee an effective compliance
risk management framework. Serves as a credible challenge in the First Line
• Responsible for day-to-day oversight of the Payment Services Regulatory
Change Management Program, in collaboration with Corporate Compliance
and the business units, to ensure timely implementation of all required
• Serves as first point of contact between the Regulatory Change Management
program and the impacted stakeholders. Facilitates impact and gap
assessments for changes that impact Payment Services.
• Participates in triage meetings, ongoing project meetings, and drives
discussion to identify and resolve outstanding questions and risks.
• Partners with other Chief Risk Office teams and Payment Services business
units to assess and monitor compliance risk related to regulatory change.
• Participates in the preparation and review of monthly and quarterly business
line compliance reporting related to job functions.
- Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
- Five to seven years of experience in an applicable risk management
- Advanced knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, financial services, and
regulatory trends that impact Payments
- Advanced understanding of Payments' operations, products/services,
systems, and associated risks/controls in the U.S., Canada, and Europe
- Advanced knowledge of Risk/Compliance/Audit competencies
- Experience with managing compliance risks, including analyzing regulatory changes and conducting risk assessments
- Strong process facilitation, project management, and analytical skills
- Proficient computer navigation skills using a variety of software packages,
including Microsoft Office applications and word processing, spreadsheets,
databases, and presentations
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