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Job: Compliance Officer III (BNP Paribas / Bank of the West - San Francisco, CA)

Job Title: Compliance Officer III

Employer: BNP Paribas / Bank of the West

Location: San Francisco, California


Description

This is a Vice President position and responsibilities include taking a lead role in ensuring that the Commercial Banking Group’s (CBG) policies and procedures are aligned with Bank’s policy and regulatory requirements.  Leads the execution and coordination of the compliance function at the Commercial Banking Group level. Reviews and interprets new and pending laws and regulations, which potentially affects the business practices for all business lines within the CBG. Ensure the Commercial Banking Group business lines are in compliance with federal and state laws/regulations, rules, and guidelines including but not limited to; Americans with Disability Act; Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Act or Practice (UDAAP); REG B; Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act, REG W, REG O, Anti Tying,  and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). . . . Continue Reading . . . .

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Is this decision a consequence of their 2014 agreement on pleading guilty to criminal charges and paying an $8.9 billion penalty for illegally processing financial transactions ?
February 29, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJ. Bakkalian

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