U.S. Bank Regulatory Review Manager/Issues Management Lead in Minnesota
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Collections Control Department Overview:
This department is responsible for the development, maintenance, and publication of the business lines’ Collections and Recovery operating
procedures, all of which must be kept up-to-date with the latest banking regulations, strategic initiatives, and best practices. Additional responsibilities
this department undertakes include ensuring that the business lines’ training and internal communications are executed in compliance with internal
processes, banking regulations, and U.S. Bank policy. This group also acts as the primary interface and liaison with banking regulators, external
auditors, corporate compliance, and other internal audit teams within the organization. Another key function of the department is working to ensure
procedures, processes, controls and resolution outcomes of audit findings are in alignment as well as documented Archer Controls to established
inventory. In doing so, the Control Dept. is responsible for the facilitation and execution of all audits and exams along with the identification, tracking,
remediation, and resolution of all identified issues for the business line. Documenting and monitoring controls, tracking results, building reporting
functions and developing other management tools are key to this group. Additional QA routines include internal reviews within Collections and
Recovery and external reviews of vendors. Other areas of the department focus on overall management, tracking, reporting, and resolution of customer
complaints both written and verbal on behalf of the business line as well as conducting Gap Analysis and Risk Assessments on behalf of the business
line and facilitated by other areas of the bank. Service Quality Call Monitoring is another key control which a functional part of this department. Lastly,
the shepparding of initiatives through the BCI/BCRA process is an integral function handled on behalf of the business line.
Partners with their assigned Line of Business, other Regulatory Review Managers and Representatives to, depending on their function, create,
implement, maintain, review or oversee an effective risk management framework. Participates in projects and/or activities that ensure compliance with
applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Identifies gaps and presents solutions that minimize losses resulting from inadequate internal
processes, systems or human errors. Identifies, responds and/or escalates risks as appropriate. Serves as a functional leading liaison between the Line
of Business and other areas of the bank including other Lines of Defense.
Leads, manages and owns the Centralized Issues Tracking (CIT) process for RPS Collections and Recovery
Drives issue resolution and root cause identification around identified issues (CIT’s)
Coordinates, ensures, and manages CIT updates required around the process
Drives closure of issues (CIT’s), manages milestones and target dates
Drive reporting, monitoring, and tracking of issues, remediation, and resolutions
- Work cohesively with Business Area Owners and Compliance counterparts to implement alternative solutions to mitigate or eliminate risks (may also
require alignment and parallel coordination of initiatives with other areas of RPS including Risk and Operations)
Interface in a professional manner with Regulators, Corp Auditors, Compliance Quality Assurance and others while representing the department
Perform work independently with minimal guidance and oftentimes under high levels of stress within compressed time frames
Provide guidance and direction to others within the business line as necessary
Lead and own the BCI/BCRA process on behalf of the business line, drive strategic initiatives to acceptance through the appropriate parties
Working with the business line, assist, provide guidance, and develop as necessary documentation to support BCI/BCRA requirements
Provide secondary support for audits, examinations, reviews, and projects related to keeping the business line in compliance with regulatory guidance
and requirements, specific to: CAS, CQA, E&Y, SOC1 (SSAE16), Basel II, SOX, OCC, CFPB audit and exam testing
- Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience
Five to eight years of related experience
- Thorough knowledge of Collections and Recovery regulatory requirements related but not limited to: FDCPA, TCPA, Reg Z, FCRA, CARD Act, SCRA,
Ability to conduct an analysis of business need, including: scheduling meetings, planning agendas, and conferring with business line leaders
Ability to effectively interact with all levels of the organization including Sr. Exec. Management
Ability to conduct research independently and seek out answers with little or no management intervention
Ability to anticipate management’s needs, provide suggestions, and proactively offer solutions
Ability to manage multiple assignments/requests/tasks/projects, deadlines, simultaneously under often times stressful situations
Must possess strong administrative and interpersonal skills as well as sound business judgment and ability to make decisions in conflicting situations
Ability to work across business lines and areas, provide guidance and direction to indirect staff and peers
Requires strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products//SharePoint, PowerPoint, etc.
Strong background with above average or higher skills using MS Excel
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