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Regulatory Investigations Analyst

Bank of America


Location:
New York, NY 10176
Date:
05/03/2022
2022-05-032022-07-18
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Regulatory Investigations Analyst



Charlotte, North Carolina;Boston, Massachusetts; New York, New York



**Job Description:**



**JOB DESCRIPTION:**



The analyst plays a key role in supporting operational efficiency and responding to grand jury subpoenas and criminal inquiries. The analyst handles a significant case load and prepares written responses to law enforcement, governmental agencies and other legal entities requesting documents and information for criminal investigations and trial proceedings. The analyst assists with the intake and preparation of status updates for legal and risk management executives as well as for business unit and support unit heads. Common duties include intake, update, and reporting on criminal investigations. The associate also serves as the point of contact for various internal and external parties throughout the course of the investigation.



**REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:**



Incumbent should possess extensive knowledge of the following: Project Management, Process Design, and Business Analytics.



+ A Bachelors Degree

+ 1-3 years working at a broker/dealer, regulator, government agency, or equivalent work experience

+ Strong research and analytical skills

+ Excellent verbal, writing, and interpersonal skills

+ Scrupulous attention to detail

+ Adept at managing multiple responsibilities simultaneously

+ Experience working with cross-functional teams (business and technical)



**DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:**



+ Sound work ethic and enthusiasm to learn

+ Proficiency in Microsoft Office with PowerPoint and database management a plus



**Job Band:**



H6



**Shift:**



1st shift (United States of America)



**Hours Per Week:**



40



**Weekly Schedule:**



**Referral Bonus Amount:**



0



**Job Description:**



**JOB DESCRIPTION:**



The analyst plays a key role in supporting operational efficiency and responding to grand jury subpoenas and criminal inquiries. The analyst handles a significant case load and prepares written responses to law enforcement, governmental agencies and other legal entities requesting documents and information for criminal investigations and trial proceedings. The analyst assists with the intake and preparation of status updates for legal and risk management executives as well as for business unit and support unit heads. Common duties include intake, update, and reporting on criminal investigations. The associate also serves as the point of contact for various internal and external parties throughout the course of the investigation.



**REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:**



Incumbent should possess extensive knowledge of the following: Project Management, Process Design, and Business Analytics.



+ A Bachelors Degree

+ 1-3 years working at a broker/dealer, regulator, government agency, or equivalent work experience

+ Strong research and analytical skills

+ Excellent verbal, writing, and interpersonal skills

+ Scrupulous attention to detail

+ Adept at managing multiple responsibilities simultaneously

+ Experience working with cross-functional teams (business and technical)



**DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:**



+ Sound work ethic and enthusiasm to learn

+ Proficiency in Microsoft Office with PowerPoint and database management a plus



**Shift:**



1st shift (United States of America)



**Hours Per Week:**



40



Learn more about this role



Full time



JR-22039399



Band: H6



Manages People: No



Travel: No



Manager:



Talent Acquisition Contact:



Jeri Risin



Referral Bonus:



0



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