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USAA: Fraud governance senior-policy & risk assessment governance


This is a Full-time position in Los Angeles, CA posted March 23, 2020.

Purpose of JobThe candidate selected for this position will work on the Fraud Governance team in the Enterprise Fraud Management (EFM) department.

The candidate will work with internal EFM business partners, lines of business stakeholders and control partners to evaluate laws and regulations to establish, execute and govern enterprise fraud management activities to include risk assessments, policies, frameworks, standards, processes and tools in a first line of defense function.

The Fraud Governance team contributes to USAA’s Strategic Objectives, the CAO, ESG, and EFM operational objectives.Establishes, executes and governs enterprise fraud management activities to include risk assessments, policies, frameworks, standards, processes and tools as a first line of defense function.

Serves as a fraud risk management subject matter expert to ensure documents, projects, programs, processes, and product initiatives comply with regulatory, legal requirements, and enterprise fraud policies and standards.

Partners and collaborates with the lines of business, Compliance and Risk Management, Audit Services, Legal, and Regulators to support enterprise fraud management-based initiatives.

Job RequirementsGuides and facilitates cross-functional team members in the implementation, management and oversight of fraud risk management workstreams, projects and solutions.

Utilizes subject matter expertise of fraud risk management requirements, policies, laws, and regulations to influence business strategies and solutions and advise the business on how to strengthen and manage fraud risk requirements on business action plans, projects, or operational requests.Contributes to the execution of risk assessments with business partners and the lines of business to determine impact and solutions.Identifies operational inefficiencies and emerging fraud management risks, compliance, and control issues in the operating environment, concurrent with implementing action plans to mitigate business impact.Provides guidance to functional areas within Enterprise Fraud Management on regulatory requirements and requests to ensure proper execution of conduct examinations.Manages and responds to regulatory requirements and requests and ensures the execution of conduct examinations.Periodically briefs executive management on enterprise projects and initiatives that may impact fraud risk.Serves as a mentor to peers and team members for assigned area of responsibility.Develops and executes training plans tied to fraud risk management through understanding of regulatory and industry trends.Actively participates in the identification and management of existing and emerging risks and ensures these risks are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled.Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for all business activities Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree required.4 additional years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree.

Minimum Experience: 6 years of operations experience in a relevant functional area to include financial services, Fraud, AML, compliance, risk, audit, third party risk management or other related operational areas that support fraud risk management initiatives within the business.4 years of fraud, compliance, risk, audit, or regulatory related experience with accountability for projects, programs, processes or policies.Proven knowledge of relevant laws, regulatory, compliance, industry regulations and regulatory data sources.Demonstrated analytical, organizational and problem-solving abilities requiring a high attention to detail to identify fraud risks and trends.Strong communication skills with the ability to collaborate and execute among cross-functional teams, including all levels of the organization and with external regulatory agencies.

Preferred Qualifications: 2 years proven experience evaluating Federal regulatory requirements and developing guidance and standards.

2 years proven experience with execution of AML, Fraud risk management or Compliance risk assessments1 year Fraud or AML experience with development of frameworks, policy, and/or program documentationExperience with control development, control evaluations and/or Risk Control Self Assessments (RCSA)Risk management or compliance certification (to include CAMS, CRCM, CRM, or ARM) The above description reflects the details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job and should not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be performed in the job.

At USAA our employees enjoy one of the best benefits package in the business, including a flexible business casual or casual dress environment, comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans, along with wellness and wealth building programs.

Additionally, our career path planning and continuing education will assist you with your professional goals.

Relocation assistance is notavailable for this position.


Category: Protective Service, Keywords: Fraud Examiner