Global Financial Crimes Executive I

Bank of America

Bank of America

Accounting & Finance
Charlotte, NC, USA · United States · Remote
Posted on Saturday, June 15, 2024

Job Description:

At Bank of America, we are guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better through the power of every connection. Responsible Growth is how we run our company and how we deliver for our clients, teammates, communities and shareholders every day.

One of the keys to driving Responsible Growth is being a great place to work for our teammates around the world. We’re devoted to being a diverse and inclusive workplace for everyone. We hire individuals with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences and invest heavily in our teammates and their families by offering competitive benefits to support their physical, emotional, and financial well-being.

Bank of America believes both in the importance of working together and offering flexibility to our employees. We use a multi-faceted approach for flexibility, depending on the various roles in our organization.

Working at Bank of America will give you a great career with opportunities to learn, grow and make an impact, along with the power to make a difference. Join us!

Job Description:
The Global Financial Crime (“GFC”) Executive I contributes to the direction and drives the development of enterprise-wide money laundering, economic sanctions, and fraud compliance and operational risk practices consistent with applicable laws, rules, regulations and regulatory guidance. The GFC Executive I serves as a trusted advisor to the Chief Compliance and Operational Risk (“C&OR”) Officers of the Front Line Units (“FLU”) and Control Functions (“CF”) for the company and to the leaders of the FLUs and CFs directly.

The Global Financial Crimes (GFC) Executive I 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 Global Financial Crimes (GFC) Executive I ensures significant issues and financial crimes trends are effectively communicated and acted upon. Additionally, this role requires a network of law enforcement contacts for coordinating public-private partnership, and prior experience with detection and proactive methods to identify risk.

Managerial Responsibilities:
This position may also have responsibilities for managing associates. At Bank of America, all managers at this level demonstrate the following responsibilities, in addition to those specific to the role, listed above.

  • Diversity & Inclusion Champion: Breaks down barriers to create a more inclusive environment that supports company D&I goals.

  • Manager of Process & Data: Challenges end-to-end process efficiency and effectiveness, champion data driven decision-making and removes obstacles to optimize operations.

  • Enterprise Advocate & Communicator: Contributes to enterprise strategy and influence messaging to connect team contributions to business purpose, results, and success.

  • Risk Manager: Inspects and challenges risk controls, governance and culture to ensure the timely identification, escalation, debate and remediation of risk across the organization.

  • People Manager & Coach: Coaches to sustain and elevates organizational performance while differentiating to ensure pay for performance.

  • Financial Steward: Efficiently allocates and manages resources across the organization to drive short and long term profitability.

  • Enterprise Talent Leader: Inspects and manages the health of the bench to ensure succession for the organization, while supporting enterprise talent needs.

  • Driver of Business Outcomes: Mobilizes organizational resources to deliver the full range of the bank’s capabilities to meet client needs and to gain competitive advantage.


  • Change Management

  • Decision Making

  • External Resource Management

  • Regulatory Compliance

  • Strategy Planning and Development

  • Issue Management

  • Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines Management

  • Risk Management

  • Talent Development

  • Written Communications

  • Coaching

  • Fraud Management

  • Inclusive Leadership

  • Investigation Management

Required Qualifications

  • 10+ Years professional experience in Global Financial Crimes, as well as relevant background in Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance.

  • 5 or more years experience in managing and leading People and the ability to lead teams

  • Degree required: Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.

  • Demonstrated experience with detection and proactive methods to identify risk.

  • Having a current network of law enforcement contacts for coordinating public-private partnership.


1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: