U.S. Bank Digital Financial Crimes Reporting Analyst in MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota
The Digital Financial Crimes Reporting Analyst is critical in supporting U.S. Bank’s digital financial crimes prevention strategies, tactical execution, and performance measurements.
The role reports directly to the Digital Financial Crimes Leader within the Bank’s Digital Chief Risk Office (CRO) within the first line of defense.
A successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to query and analyze complex data, draw impactful insights, and make recommendations that support the Bank’s digital risk mitigation strategies.
This person will partner closely with Financial Crimes and Economic Sanctions risk professionals, peers in cross-business line analytics teams, studio teams, and other Risk/Compliance/Audit (RCA) professionals and managers.
The scope of digital financial crimes prevention initiatives will encompass—at a minimum—digital application identity proofing, enterprise money movement, peer-to-peer payments, root cause analysis, key risk indicator (KRI) reporting, new product/feature design support, and control impact analysis.
This role requires adept quantitative analytical skills, along with a team-first approach and keen ability to develop strong working partnerships with internal and external stakeholders, highly effective communication skills with senior-level colleagues and management, and the ability to work independently with a strong bias towards action and problem solving.
Key responsibilities include:
Supporting financial crimes risk strategy development using business intelligence and insightful analysis
Partnering with Journey Teams and second line of defense to develop and track Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) for new digital products and features that may present incremental financial crimes risk
KRI reporting and ongoing enhancements to ensure oversight of business line activities
Developing design requirements for proof of concept work involving new digital products/features, or new financial crimes controls (i.e., Champion-Challenger testing)
Forecasting fraud, financial, and customer impacts due to changes in financial crimes controls, rules, and capabilities
CapEx planning and forecasting to influence strategic investment decisions
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
Ten years or more of applicable experience
Strong problem-solving skills and ability to find solutions independently
Expert quantitative analytical skills with commensurate ability to summarize and present insights to stakeholders
Data Visualization: self-service dashboard development and proven ability to develop in Excel and Tableau
5 years SQL and/or SAS experience; R / Python a plus
5 years business intelligence analysis within banking, financial services, or related industry
Proficient understanding of BSA/AML, KYC, CIP, Economic Sanctions, fraud, and other aspects of financial crimes
Experience designing, measuring and reporting product or business line KRIs and/or KPIs
Excellent presentation, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of Agile methodology
Enthusiasm for solving complex problems that mitigate financial crimes risk while delivering a best-in-class customer experience
Primary Location: Minnesota-MN-Minneapolis
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 200012351
Other Locations: CA-CA-San Francisco, Oregon-OR-Gresham
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.