Risk & Compliance Careers

Risk & Compliance Careers

Risk Team Lead


$35-48/hr ($73-100k/yr)

View this job in:  Risk & Compliance

Would you find it fulfilling to lead a team to achieve their highest potential? Does the idea of being an expert appeal to you? You might be a great fit for a job as a Risk Team Lead.

In this role, you'll be responsible for designing compliance risk assessments. It's your job to understand the risks your company needs to manage and how to comply with government, industry, and company regulations. So you'll need to develop and maintain a high level of expertise in financial regulations. You'll likely specialize in one area such as Retail or Commercial banking or Wealth Management. As the Risk Team Lead, you'll need to demonstrate confident leadership, sound judgment, creativity, and a commitment to achieving excellence.

To get this job, you'll need five years experience in risk and compliance. You'll also need a Bachelor's degree in risk management, finance, legal studies or a related field.

Key Responsibilities

  • Display leadership skills to help your team perform at a top level
  • Maintain current, high level knowledge of all applicable regulatory policies and requirements in the jurisdiction of this role
  • Build strong working relationships with regulatory subject matter experts
  • Monitor developments and trends that may impact regulatory requirements
  • Ensure compliance risk assessment, compliance issues management, monitoring and testing
  • Use process improvement techniques to continually improve compliance risk management programs
  • Communicate with your team to make sure they have what they need to be successful

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