Responsible for establishing and maintaining the framework of processes, policies, systems and activities required for the management of vendor and legal entity inter-relationships across all global Legal Entities and branches. Identifies gaps in key regulator global requirements and designs, develops and leads programs to ensure these gaps are closed. Establishes and coordinates processes to evaluate the quality of supplier and interaffiliate performance across the organization. Directs the activities of professional staff and more junior managers responsible for consolidating compliance and performance information into an aggregate format; presents reporting to global senior management. Maintains strong working relationships with key business partners throughout the organization, including senior roles in Risk, Global Procurement, Finance, IT, HR and Legal. Develops the vendor and interaffiliate management governance model, including establishing standards for performance metrics and associated reporting. Directs professional staff and more junior managers in preparing TPG related reports. Distributes and presents reports to senior management on a predetermined basis, including performance metrics and associated reporting. Continuously monitors the regulatory landscape for opportunities for improvement. Initiates projects to revise policies and plans, as needed, and works closely with relevant business partners including Legal and Compliance to ensure accurate compliance with regulations. Closely involved in the preparation for and delivery of interactions with regulatory bodies. Engages with other functions across the firm including Legal, Compliance, Risk and Technology to ensure that appropriate standards for TPG policy, procedure and performance documentation is maintained in line with departmental standards and system requirements. Interacts with senior stakeholders up to EC-level to assist with the development and implementation of wider TPG management initiatives. Recruits, directs, motivates and develops professional staff and more junior managers, maximizing their individual contribution, their professional growth and their ability function as a team or lead their team. Responsible for the performance management processes for more junior managers. Manages the creation of Governance, Policies/Procedures, Methodologies and Tools required for the effective implementation of TPG globally. Responsible for the achievement of global goals and objectives. Modified based upon local regulations/requirements.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience required. 12-15 years of total work experience, with 3-5 years of management experience, preferred.
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Finance helps our internal clients outperform over time. At BNY Mellon, Finance serves our internal clients by providing world-class accounting operations and control and decision support while instituting world-class change management.
Global Procurement is responsible for establishing the programs to acquire products and services for BNY Mellon by employing deep category knowledge and commodity expertise, coupled with an understanding of the needs of our businesses and business partner groups.
The Corporate Treasury group is responsible for managing the investment portfolios and the liquidity and capital positions of the various subsidiary banks and of BNY Mellon.BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans. Primary Location:
United States-New York-New York Internal Jobcode:
BNY Mellon CAO-HR16507 Requisition Number: