Regulatory Relations Analyst I (Hybrid)
The Regulatory Relations function provides a broad range of strategic and tactical management of regulatory agency relationships. Responsibilities include recurring interactions with regulators, Lines of Business personnel, risk management, and other partners. Objectives include effective regulatory examination outcomes and the coordination and management of relationships with regulatory agencies. The primary focus of this position is the coordination and quality control of the regulatory examination process, including ensuring appropriate levels of examination preparedness and the quality and timeliness of information provided to regulators. The Opportunity About USAA
USAA knows what it means to serve. We facilitate the financial security of millions of U.S. military members and their families. This singular mission requires a dedication to innovative thinking at every level.
- Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role.
- Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled.
- Follows written risk and compliance policies, standards, and procedures for business activities.
- Participates in regulatory examination management by providing centralized task management and expertise as set forth by industry best practices.
- Ensures regulators have appropriate access to USAA resources (GRC tools, applicable policies or procedures) and information required to discharge their supervisory responsibilities with respect to exams.
- Supports the development and communication of insights on USAA-specific regulatory engagement issues, in addition to broader regulatory industry-wide issues/themes.
- Participates in central tracking, coordinating of stakeholder responses to questions and information requests received from regulators in accordance with regulatory standards, ensuring timely delivery and escalating when needed.
- Performs quality assurance on stakeholder responses to what ensuring completeness and accuracy before submitting responses to regulators.
- Gathers information, analyzes data trends, identifies root cause(s), and provides information to the business or project teams in support of regulatory exams and issues management.
- Ensures documents, projects, processes or product initiatives comply with regulatory examination requirements and enterprise policy.
- Serves as a resource to team members on escalated issues of a routine nature.
- Bachelor's degree; OR 4 years of related experience (in addition to the minimum years of experience required) may be substituted in lieu of degree.
- 4 years experience with regulatory interactions to include interfacing with regulators and risk management policies and frameworks within a financial services organization or insurance industry.
- Knowledge and demonstrated application of laws and regulations applicable to large financial institutions (e.g. OCC Heightened Standards, FFIEC Handbooks and Guidance).
- Knowledge of data analysis tools and techniques with demonstrated ability to evaluate regulatory risk and make recommendations.
- Demonstrated ability to perform complex analysis and provide insights and recommendations to business, partners, or key stakeholders.
- Strong understanding of written communication such as proofing reading, translating ideas to written communications, and analyze meeting notes
- Strong team player
The above description reflects the details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job and should not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be performed in the job.
Compensation: USAA has an effective process for assessing market data and establishing ranges to ensure we remain competitive. You are paid within the salary range based on your experience and market position. The salary range for this position is: $66,300 - $119,500 ( this does not include geographic differential it may be applied based on your work location)
Employees may be eligible for pay incentives based on overall corporate and individual performance or at the discretion of the USAA Board of Directors.
Geographical Differential: Geographic pay differential is additional pay provided to eligible employees working in locations where market pay levels are above the national average.
Shift premium: will be addressed on an individual-basis for applicable roles that are consistently scheduled for non-core hours.
Benefits: At USAA our employees enjoy best-in-class benefits to support their physical, financial, and emotional wellness. These benefits include comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans, 401(k), pension, life insurance, parental benefits, adoption assistance, paid time off program with paid holidays plus 16 paid volunteer hours, and various wellness programs. Additionally, our career path planning and continuing education assists employees with their professional goals.
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Relocation assistance is Not available for this position.
USAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.