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Global Financial Crimes Investigations Manager

Charlotte, North Carolina;

Job Description:

The Global Financial Crimes (“GFC”) Investigations Manager provides broad oversight of a team of investigators performing end-to-end investigations of financial crimes activities across one or more lines of business. The GFC Investigations Manager oversees investigative efforts, reviewing and approving financial crimes cases, in addition to ensuring the delivery of timely and accurate regulatory reporting. The GFC Investigations Manager ensures significant issues and financial crimes trends are effectively communicated and acted upon.

The GFC Investigations Manager may also work closely with law enforcement, regulatory agencies and industry counterparts to proactively share intelligence, best practices, etc. Additional responsibilities for this role include capacity planning, providing leadership direction, attracting, assessing, developing, motivating and retaining a successful team.

The GFC Investigations Manager ensures consistent quality of activities, processes and outputs by reinforcing effective review practices across the team. Activities this role performs include, but are not limited to:

  • Identifies, develops and implements or, as appropriate, oversees the implementation of reasonable, risk-based internal controls to prevent, detect, and report Financial Crimes

  • Achieves compliance with laws and rules relating to Financial Crimes promulgated in the jurisdictions in which the Company does business

  • Evaluates whether internal controls are working effectively and identifying weaknesses or gaps in controls

  • Identifies, evaluates and resolves or oversees the resolution of gaps relating to internal controls or the Financial Crimes program

  • Supports the Global Compliance and Operational Risk (“GC&OR”) Operations Executive in serving as the point of contact for the Company with regulatory supervisors, law enforcement and other government agencies on matters relating to Financial Crimes investigations

  • Manages the work and performance of the investigators by providing regular coaching and feedback while fostering an inclusive team environment

Required Skills: 

  • Minimum Years Business & Functional Experience: 7 Years

  • Degree Required: Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience

Desired Skills:

  • Additional Technical/Functional Experience (e.g. Industry type): Financial Services and/or related government entity

  • Certifications: ACAMS – Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists

  • FINRA Licenses


1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 


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Full time


Manages People: Yes

Travel: Yes, 5% of the time