Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Strong public speaking skills.
Ability to work closely with technology teams, explaining regulatory needs to system developers and technicians.
Ability to work collaboratively within a complex organization, across multiple cultures, geographies, and disciplines.
Ability to balance multiple, changing priorities in a dynamic and fast moving working environment.
Prior Sanctions Compliance experience, including List Management.
Prior Supervisory experience preferred.
Société Générale’s US Financial Crime department is responsible for ensuring compliance with anti-money laundering (“AML”), Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, OFAC and sanctions regulations for the US operations. The department performs, among other responsibilities, AML transaction monitoring and SAR filing, OFAC screening, as well as advisory and control functions across SG US bank and broker dealer businesses. The department is also responsible for the management of the tools used for sanctions screening and AML transaction monitoring.
Sanctions Compliance is responsible for ensuring compliance with OFAC, E.U., and other applicable sanctions programs throughout SGUS. This includes reviewing alerts on transactions (second level review) and static data (first level review) for potential matches to the OFAC, E.U., and any other applicable lists and investigating potential matches, reporting blocked property or rejected transactions to OFAC, investigating and drafting Voluntary Self-Disclosures to OFAC, targeted training to SG Employees on OFAC/sanctions issues, providing sanctions-related advisory support to SGUS business units, reviewing the Sanctions Risk Assessment, and coordinating with the Global Head of Embargoes, as appropriate.