The Compliance Regulatory Group (CREG): CREG provides leadership, advice and guidance to Compliance and business partners on the applicability of industry rules and regulations; responds to regulatory inquiries forwarded to Schwab by regulators; and leads examinations by banking and securities regulators.
What you’re good at
- Coordinate and handle securities regulatory examinations in concert with the CREG Managing Director. In particular, responsibility for leading Financial Operations examinations of CS&Co. Inc, the Broker/Dealer.
- Direct communication with regulators including handling and tracking requests for information and facilitating meetings and interviews of firm personnel.
- Reviewing exam responses for relevance and completeness, and preparing personnel for interviews by the regulators.
- Preparation of reports to management on the status of exams and any exceptions, issues or concerns raised by regulators during the course of the exam.
- Work with the Compliance subject matter authorities and business partners to respond to exam reports and remediate exceptions.
What you have
- Bachelor’s degree required, with a minimum 10 years relevant experience in a Broker/Dealer or regulatory agency or comparable experience. A JD is not required, but would be preferred.
- Knowledge of internal processes, practices, and proceedings at SEC/FINRA, in particular conducting Financial Operations examinations.
- Strong analytical skills, excellent attention to detail, and the ability to interpret regulations and regulatory guidance.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization.
- Knowledge of securities industry practices; SEA ’33 and ’34 Rules and Regulations, SEC Rule 15c3-1, 17a-3, 17a-4, SEC Customer Protection rules and relevant FINRA rules.
- Series 27 license a plus.
You demonstrate these behaviors:
- Outstanding judgment as well as a broad understanding of the potential implications of actions and decisions.
- Act conclusively in making solid, informed judgment calls in response to both the regulatory environment and the day-to-day business issues, with appropriate advancement where needed.
- Work reciprocally with various groups with potentially disparate objectives.
Standout colleague willing to cross-train and assist with CREG activities beyond examinations.
- Ability to effectively balance multiple conflicting priorities with associated deadlines.
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