Accenture Risk & Compliance Consultant in Boston, Massachusetts
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A respected Consultant and a trusted advisor to clients especially within banking, capital markets, insurance, Life Sciences, Products, Communications and High tech or Software and Platform companies. You look at the entire project to understand the big picture, but you also know how to use data to fine-tune the process. This helps you manage risk and keep projects moving full-steam ahead. Clients turn to you, because they value your knowledge of the industry and know you’ll stay ahead of compliance issues.
Assess risk and develop mitigation strategies for top-tier financial services organizations
Support and share knowledge with project teams
Manage project teams, deliverables and budgets
Attract new business by creating thoughtful proposals and building strong client relationships
Stay on top of how new regulations and technologies that affect our clients’ businesses – and ours
Here’s what you need:
• 3 years working in risk and regulatory compliance risk and regulatory compliance within your industry (including thorough knowledge of the key regulations and regulatory bodies for your industry e.g., CCPA, HIPAA, Alpha Regs, SEC/FINRA, OCC, Federal Reserve, FTC, GDPR, LIBOR, ESG, Climate and Social Regulations, Licensing & Registration, Payments)
• 3 years in risk and regulatory management consulting from a competitive firm serving the financial services industry
• 3 years of experience that includes: Regulatory guidance or compliance or risk domain
• Bachelor’s degree
Bonus points if:
• You have at least 3 years in compliance process design and re-engineering
• You know all about risk operating models, regulatory must-dos, and compliance standards
• You’ve worked with technology vendors in risk and/or compliance (and they still like you)
• You’ve got an MBA after your name or another type of advanced degree e.g, JD
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