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location iconLocations: Warszawa
level iconLevel: manager/director
time iconWorking hours: Full time
At MoneyGram, it's our mission to bring family and friends closer together through our services. Whether online, in-app or in-store, we integrate innovative technology to make sure people around the world have the freedom to make their dreams a reality.

MoneyGram opened the Global Business Center in Warsaw, Poland, in the fall of 2014 as a cross-functional center of excellence and a hub for our operations. Today, the Global Business Center is a unique place to work, operating 24/7 with 640 individuals representing 57 nationalities, working in 46 languages across 46 business functions. We've built a working environment based on respect, diversity and teamwork and take pride in delivering high-quality service to our clients and agents in over 200 countries and territories.

Currently we are looking for:
Compliance Programs Manager

Compliance Programs Manager

Mode: hybrid

Job Summary

The Compliance Programs Manager is responsible for the provision of enterprise wide compliance services and for overseeing various programs with particular focus on day-to-day activities associated with critical sub-components of those programs for all our licensed entities. The Manager is expected to interact with the lines of business including mid-level management, firm's legal department, senior compliance management and various law enforcement and regulatory agencies as needed; The incumbent will handle critical level items for escalation and ensures any items escalated are properly managed, documented and communicated throughout the organization. The incumbent must also ensure the accuracy of information provided to regulators and plays a key role in ensuring other key stakeholders, such as banking institution are able to effectively evaluate MoneyGram’s overall compliance programs to enable MoneyGram to continue to operate.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manages the design and governance overall for the program(s) of responsibility, and provides thought leadership in the areas of regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management.
  • Directs business process control reviews, program assessment reviews, and other service offerings.
  • Works closely with management to develop risk assessments, implement programs and new requirements, and drive implementation of recommendations regarding business & process optimization, profit improvement, internal control & compliance.
  • Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) on core program and sub-programs.
  • Actively provides consultative support and advice to business lines regarding compliance.
  • Maintains knowledge of business line functions, strategic goals and target markets in order to best support assigned business lines.
  • Provides advice and guidance to the organization as a whole by developing policy and advocacy agenda and ensures employees are positioned to educate others effectively when opportunities arise.
  • Promotes policies at local, state, and federal levels that enhance the organizations abilities to achieve its vision and mission.
  • Drafts enterprise wide policy, policy briefs, programs, standards, and guidelines.
  • Ensures information is effectively distributed throughout the organization at all levels.
  • Effectively guides the various Risk Operations teams via policy requirements, which includes regulations and regulatory expectations.
  • Remediates AML/Government Sanctions/KYA issues identified through independent testing, self-identification, or other escalation processes.
  • Develops and maintains strong relationships with risk management colleagues, legal, and other parties on a regular basis.
  • Meets with business lines to gain insight and provides guidance into business line products and services and/or related initiatives impacting enterprise risk.
  • Represents Compliance on internal committees and task forces, as assigned.
  • Drives relationship and communication to Regional Compliance and Business Teams regarding core compliance programs and requirements.
  • Provides feedback to direct reports on a regular and ongoing basis; sets goals and measurements to assess completion of goals.
  • Coaches and mentors colleagues for professional development.
  • Assess strengths and development areas of team and direct reports and accurately relay to upper management. Effectively manages and leads teams, including influencing and directing actions of teams.
  • Participates and/or manages special projects.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Minimum required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.


  • 7+ years’ cumulative work experience within a Financial Institution or similar industry.
  • CAMs certification or other professional designation, preferred.

Essential Skills

  • Working knowledge of Anti-Money Laundering, Fraud, Securities Rules/Law, Sanctions, Anti-Bribery, and/or other AML regulatory policies.
  • Experience developing and implementing compliance policies, programs, and procedures, including regulatory risk assessments.
  • Experience working with regulators, or having to manage stakeholder expectations regarding compliance programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with individuals and influence individuals across business and/or functional lines.
  • Strong interpersonal, leadership, and relationship skills.
  • Proficiency in learning new computer systems.
  • Ability to collaborate with people across the enterprise to achieve consensus on regulatory risk issues and appropriate mitigation.
  • Experience in creating and delivering presentations.
  • Experience in developing and delivering compliance communications to business unit and support function personnel.
  • Excellent analytical, communication (verbal and written), organizational, business acumen, and report writing skills.
  • Results oriented and able to work with minimum supervision.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities to meet business needs.
  • Strong ownership of the learning process.
  • Ability to drive positive change leveraging the Program Office staff.
  • Exercise sound professional judgment, attention to detail, and observe the highest degree of confidentiality and accuracy in the handling of information received.
  • Fluent English.

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