Trust Regulatory Compliance Manager--Tolleson Private Bank

Posted: October 20, 2023


Tolleson Private Bank
Trust Regulatory Compliance Manager
Dallas, TX

--Assist Trust Regulatory Compliance Director with the administration of the Trust Department’s Compliance Management program with focus on the rules and regulations applicable under OCC regulations (e.g., 12 CFR 9, CFR 12), FDIC exam manual covering fiduciary topics and RC-T reporting.
--Provide support to Trust Regulatory Compliance Director with the on-going monitoring, reporting and testing of the Trust Department’s Compliance Management program to make modifications that will prevent, detect and correct trust regulations and laws violations and mitigate risks to the firm
--Assist with drafting and amending policies and procedures to reflect the current business practices of the firm and the rules that govern them
--Assists with compliance review process by ensuring frequency and scope of reviews and self-tests are in alliance with compliance-related risk assessments
--Assist with firm external trust audits and trust examinations, including responding to interview requests, on-site questions and assembling detailed responses to requests for information
--Ensure compliance with regulations and controls by conducting research of various rules, reviewing compliance publications and participating in industry conferences and webinars
--Coordinate, prepare and take minutes for all Compliance Meetings
--Other duties as assigned by management

--6-12 years of personal trust experience is required
--Minimum 4 years of compliance experience in the personal trust business is a plus
--Bachelor's Degree and certifications highly preferred. CFIRS or CRCM is a plus
--Strong working knowledge of trust regulatory environment and applicable trust banking regulations, including managing compliance related audits and examinations
--Functional understanding of trust product areas including internal control structures
--Excellent analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills

--Proficient using Microsoft Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
--Superior attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills
--Strong team player with demonstratable thoroughness and ability to work independently and collaborate across teams when needed
--Must consent to and have favorable consumer report and background check
--Ability to maintain extreme confidentiality

--12 years of combined trust and compliance experience. CFIRS designation a plus.
--Understanding of trust audits and yearly regulatory exams. Ability and interest to enhance the trust compliance program.

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