The base salary range for this role in New York City is $200,000.00 - $250,000.00, and the position is eligible for a bonus in accordance with the terms of the applicable incentive plan
Internal Number: JR2300162
The Deputy Head, Global Financial Crimes Group (FCG) will assist the Global Head of FCG with the ongoing activities related to the development, implementation and maintenance of AIG's global sanctions, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering (AML), export controls, and anti-boycott programs (collectively, “Financial Crime Risks”) by providing advice and counsel regarding Financial Crimes Risks, from a US, UK, and EU perspective.
The Deputy Head, FCG will serve as the deputy leader of FCG, and will supervise the FCG Regional Compliance Head UK/EMEA and Regional team and provide subject matter expertise and answer queries regarding US, UK and EU sanctions regimes. The Deputy Head, FCG will also serve an integral role on sanctions-related Litigation matters and responding to third parties.
Provide advice and guidance to the business globally on Financial Crime Risk-related matters. Particular focus on interpreting and applying US, UK, and EU sanctions laws and regulations and in answering queries and providing subject matter expertise to the Business and to Local and Regional Compliance Officers.
Provide advice to the UK and EU Regional Compliance functions and regional business units designed to ensure they have appropriate procedures and processes in place to support AIG’s Compliance programs regarding US, UK, and EU sanctions.
Working with external counsel and AIG Legal, provide advice and guidance regarding sanctions implications of Litigation matters.
Working with Legal and Local Compliance, provide advice and guidance regarding potential conflict of law issues such as local Anti-Blocking measures or local regulatory requirements.
Develop and deliver Financial Crimes Risks training programs and communications regarding UK and EU sanctions to company employees.
Lead global Compliance initiatives that arise across Financial Crimes Risks.
The ideal person for this role should have expertise in international trade regulations and economic sanctions (OFAC, UK, and EU), anti-corruption laws (e.g., FCPA), and anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations, and familiarity with best-practice compliance procedures and processes. Candidates will be expected to possess the following attributes:
• Minimum of 10+ years of relevant experience as an expert in Financial Crimes.
• Law degree required.
• Experience with global legal and regulatory compliance frameworks.
• Demonstrated ability to influence and work effectively within a large global organization overseen by a US head office and with employees at all levels.
• Self-starter with the ability to meet or exceed deadlines, prioritize, multi-task, and maintain flexibility in fast-paced, changing environment.
• Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive and proactive manner.
• Strong problem-solving and project management skills.
• Excellent organizational, written, verbal and presentation skills.
American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading global insurance organization. AIG member companies provide a wide range of property casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement solutions and other financial services to customers in approximately 70 countries and jurisdictions. These diverse offerings include products and services that help businesses and individuals protect their assets, manage risks and provide for retirement security.
What unites us across all of these offerings is our commitment to helping individuals, businesses and communities prepare for and respond to times of uncertainty. Whether serving those facing natural disasters or millions of Americans striving for a financially secure retirement, we have the specialist expertise to help clients better manage risk.
We’re also committed to doing the right thing for our people and the communities where we work and live. It’s why we seek to offer what matters to our ever-diversifying team - like flexible and creative work environments, professional growth opportunities and forums to advocate for one another and incite change. We encourage employees to give back to the causes they care most about, supporting these efforts through our Volunteer Time Off and Matching Grants Programs.