New York, United States
$123,184 to $153,980 per year
Can be paid in Crypto
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Ripple is expanding its Global AML & Sanctions team and seeks to hire an experienced Manager. This role will be focused on managing day-to-day AML/CFT and sanctions (OFAC) program activities and will support the Director of Global AML & Sanctions in providing subject matter expertise to the business on complex AML and sanctions regulatory compliance matters. This position reports to the Director, Global Head of AML & Sanctions. WHAT YOU'LL DO: In coordination with the Director of Global AML & Sanctions, conduct annual risk assessments and make annual updates to policies, procedures, and other relevant program documents. Evaluate new business proposals, products and services, initiatives, and partnerships for AML, economic sanctions, and export control requirements for Ripple and its foreign subsidiaries, recommending measures to ensure regulatory compliance. Under the direction of the Director of Global AML & Sanctions, prepare for third-party audits and regulatory exams and assist with remediation efforts of any resulting findings and/or corrective actions in a timely manner. Support the annual QA review and internal audit activities of AML/CFT and sanctions processes and assist with remediation efforts of any resulting findings and/or corrective actions in a timely manner. Collaborate with the Director of Global AML & Sanctions on quarterly and annual strategic planning priorities, including budgeting and resourcing, to enhance the Program based on new regulations, products and business expansion. Under the direction of the Director of Global AML & Sanctions, build, enhance and track AML/CFT and sanctions regulatory compliance training to all Ripple employees. Support the development of AML/CFT and sanctions program presentations and key metrics to present to internal and external stakeholders. Stay up-to-date on latest global AML/CFT and sanctions regulatory developments. WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR: 6+ years of AML/CFT and sanctions experience. Strong demonstrated knowledge of AML/CFT and sanctions regulations and requirements. Proven ability to understand complex AML/CFT and sanctions risk and operational issues and develop practical and risk-based solutions. Ability to provide practical, strategic and business-oriented advice. Proven ability to oversee multiple concurrent projects. Strong written and verbal communication skills; at ease communicating and presenting to Senior Management. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Experience with technology and/or financial services companies. Must be CAMS certified.