Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption (AFBC) is a function within Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) which is responsible for the design and implementation of the AFBC framework within The Bank, with the strategy to prevent and detect ABC risks. The AFBC advisory function is responsible for ABC policy advisory and escalations for regional ABC matters.
The AFBC Advisory G&E Vice President reports to the Deputy Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Americas and is responsible for the continuing development of a robust Global AFBC program, acting as a subject matter expert relative to bribery and corruption matters within the Americas region.
What We Offer You:
- We offer competitive health and wellness benefits, empowering you to value life in and out of the office
- Active engagement with the local community through The Bank’s specialized employee groups
- An environment that encourages networking and collaboration across functions and businesses
Return to Office:
- It is the Bank’s expectation that employees hired into this role will work in the Jacksonville office in accordance with the Bank’s hybrid working model
- The Bank provides reasonable accommodations to candidates and employees with a substantiated need based on disability and/or religion
Your Key Responsibilities:
- Support the Deputy Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Americas in setting and implementing the vision, strategy, direction and leadership for the AFBC program in the Americas region, consistent with AFC’s mission
- Support the governance and implementation of the AFBC policy – the Bank Group (“The ABC Policy”) and the business expenditures procedure to ensure compliance across all business divisions and infrastructure functions in the region
- Provide oversight on various areas including charitable donations, memberships and sponsorships, business expenditures (G&E and roadshows) and business transactions
- Provide advice and guidance on gifts, entertainment, and business events in accordance to the business expenditures procedure
- Support relevant stakeholders (within all business divisions and infrastructure functions) to make decisions based on current polices, practices and trends
- Review gifts and entertainment requests in the Concur request system; build relationships with stakeholders within all business divisions and infrastructure functions in the region and enhance and support the execution of gifts, entertainment and business events related matters
Your Skills and Experience:
- University degree (preferably law or criminology) or comparable qualifications; a graduate level law degree is strongly preferred; professional experience
- Ideally an existing financial crime professional with a background and strong knowledge of the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other anti-corruption laws and regulations
- Knowledge of AML Laws (US PATRIOT Act) and regulations (FED, SEC, FINRA)
- Strong knowledge of bribery and corruption, controls and preventative measures
Our values define the working environment we strive to create - diverse, supportive and welcoming of different views. We embrace a culture reflecting a variety of perspectives, insights and backgrounds to drive innovation. We build talented and diverse teams to drive business results and encourage our people to develop to their full potential. Talk to us about flexible work arrangements and other initiatives we offer.
We promote good working relationships and encourage high standards of conduct and work performance. We welcome applications from talented people from all cultures, countries, races, genders, sexual orientations, disabilities, beliefs and generations and are committed to providing a working environment free from harassment, discrimination and retaliation.