Compliance Analyst - CH

CME Group
Chicago, USA
Oct 24, 2022
Nov 15, 2022
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Compliance Analyst
Position Description:
The Compliance Analyst will be responsible for contributing to efforts by the Clearing House to comply with its obligations as a Systemically Important Financial Market Utility. The individual will accomplish this goal by leveraging industry and regulatory knowledge of Part 39 of the CFTC Regulations and the related CFTC Core Principles, as well as familiarity with the Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures and other international CCP standards, best practices and regulations. Assist in Clearing House compliance and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) related initiatives in support of the Director, Clearing Regulatory and ERM Controls. These responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: supporting clearing ERM projects and initiatives to drive improvements to key processes and controls, assisting in the development and maintenance of the Clearing House compliance program, including with respect to Title VIII regulatory examinations and continuous monitoring by the CFTC/Federal Reserve Board of Governors and coordination with other parts of the clearing division on all matters of ad hoc regulatory compliance and ERM items ranging from responses to draft examination findings to conducting control testing responsibilities.

Partner with Clearing House process owners to identify, assess, and report on various key risk indicators. This requires working across groups to evaluate requirements and assess the impact to CME Clearing.

Assist in the development and execution of CME's strategic plans for regulatory compliance in consultation with internal and external parties. Identify areas for improvement and make recommendations for compliance standards and governance with the mindset of improving our overall compliance and clearing ERM programs. Monitor and report on regulatory initiatives to keep CME Group senior management apprised of various regulatory regime developments affecting our regulatory compliance. Work closely with others in Risk, Operations and other Divisions of CME Group such as Legal and Government Relations in achieving CME Group regulatory compliance and clearing ERM goals.

Deliver high quality results for high priority and time sensitive projects that require independent thinking and taking initiative to fully define the problem and recommending solutions. Ability to deliver creative solutions in a fluid environment, often with only partially developed requirements or a known end result without a clearly defined path for arrival.

Requirements of this position include, but are not limited to, the following: Undergraduate degree in finance, economics or other degree requiring strong writing and analytical skills. Candidate should have at least 1 year of experience in compliance, ERM, audit, policy, related regulatory field or management consulting for the industry or financial services. Candidate must possess demonstrated analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as the ability to work flexibly in a team environment. Expertise in Microsoft Office, particularly PowerPoint and Excel a plus. The successful candidate must also possess strong verbal and written communication skills.

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