As UHY continues to grow, so do our service lines. Our Cyber Crime team in New York City is seeking an entrepenuerial-minded Principal to join our team. Contact Amanda Mich at email@example.com if you are interested in growing a business with us.
The Principal will own the P&L for the business sales strategies.
They will also identify, acquire, and close new and continued sales opportunities, as well as manage and build business within existing client organizations expanding a delivery of all Cyber-Crime offerings.
What You Will Do:
Envision and develop the intellectual capital and delivery methodologies of the next generation Cyber-Crime (AML) solutions and architectures; for example: Machine Learning and AI for AML/OFAC diagnostics, AML process and improvement, KYC Review & Client Risk Segmentation, Effectiveness Testing, analytics and machine learning for continuous monitoring and diagnostics.
Lead and manage consulting engagements and sales efforts across one or more client organizations or market segment including all aspects of marketing and proposal development, delivery, and execution, and provide leadership to a team of professionals. Provide leadership to delivery teams to meet engagement delivery, quality, and cost goals.
Interpret and communicate market trends in conjunction with latest Federal/State policies, with a focus on Financial Services providing support to commercial organizations responding to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance and enforcement reviews. Analyze regulatory filings by financial institutions, including currency transaction reports (CTRs) and suspicious activity reports (SARs). Conduct regulatory, intelligence, and law enforcement research in support of possible civil enforcement actions. Use industry and subject matter expertise to draft or review complex legal memorandum and other documents, including administrative summons, case assessments, notification letters, charging letters, and consent orders that support enforcement actions and administrative penalties. Gather supporting information from financial regulators, financial institutions, law enforcement, and other areas to evaluate and determine compliance and
Legal / Compliance