Deloitte Sr. Anti-Corruption & Trade Analyst in Rochester, New York
Senior /Lead Analyst, U.S. Anti-Corruption & Trade
Deloitte LLP fosters a culture that protects, preserves, and enhances our reputation. The Risk & Brand Protection Office brings together several core programs, enabling us to make an impact that matters on our people and our clients.
The Anti-Corruption & Trade group (ACT) establishes risk-based processes and controls, delivers solutions to manage Anti-Corruption, Political Activity, and Trade Compliance risk, oversees efforts to encourages fair competition, and manages various other risk and compliance activities. The scope of ACT includes the U.S. and other non-U.S. jurisdictions.
ACT is seeking a Senior/Lead Analyst level professional who will execute various tasks related to the Deloitte U.S. Firms' Anti-Corruption and Trade compliance programs. This role focuses on supporting aspects of the programs' testing and monitoring, acquisition diligence and integration, and non-U.S. jurisdiction coordination. This professional will: design and implement monitoring of various compliance activities, design and perform testing of controls and procedures in the U.S. and certain non-U.S. jurisdictions; assist with various elements of acquisition and venture partner due diligence and integration; and need to be flexible and able to adapt as program priorities evolve and change.
This position will report to a Senior Manager in the Anti-Corruption & Trade Group
Assist with designing and implementing ongoing and real time monitoring of various compliance program components and supporting business processes.
Design, implement and test process level controls that mitigate corruption risk (e.g., controls for gifts, entertainment and hospitality expenses, disbursements, government interaction) and test procedures to evaluate the design and effectiveness of certain programmatic elements of the Anti-Corruption & Trade program (e.g., third party due diligence, policies, procedures and guidelines, training and communications).
Perform data analysis and ongoing monitoring of select controls.
Effectively interpret and document testing and monitoring results, and develop recommendations for improvements and enhancements.
Assist with acquisition and venture partner due diligence and integration, including but not limited to:
Reviewing relevant materials and requested documents to assess risk
Recommending risk mitigation actions as needed
Performing transaction testing where relevant
Assisting with due diligence and integration reporting
Participating in periodic calls and related follow up
Monitor, report and track compliance with firm policies and practices, including system controls.
Collaborate with and represent ACT with leaders, colleagues and global partners.
Effectively communicate with peers, managers, senior managers and Partners, Principals, or Managing Directors.
Gain comprehensive knowledge and understanding of relevant policies, guidelines and compliance program elements.
Recommend actions and identify issues that need to be raised to team leaders for further guidance, direction or follow-up.
Gather statistics and develop reports to monitor status and progress for inclusion in presentations to management and senior leaders of the Deloitte U.S. Firms.
Provide other support to the ACT managers, senior managers and Partners, Principals, and Managing Directors.
The role will evolve as ACT expand and change to meet compliance needs of the Deloitte U.S. Firms.
Anti-Corruption, fraud, forensics, or regulatory compliance experience
Experience designing and executing risk-based testing plans and detailed procedures
Moderate to advanced data analysis skills
Experience performing acquisition due diligence
Ability to analyze and/or design internal controls to address potential risks
Ability to think critically, objectively and analytically
Proven ability to work independently and drive projects to completion
Flexibility in working on several processes or projects simultaneously to meet team goals and responsibilities
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to analyze problems and facilitate solutions
Possess high integrity to handle sensitive and confidential data
Detail-oriented with strong project management, organization, prioritization and time management skills
Ability to work collaboratively in a virtual and cross border environment
Ability to work accurately and efficiently under pressure
Willingness and ability to readily respond to changing circumstances and expectations
Interest in creating a culture of compliance, inclusion and professional growth
Moderate to advanced skills working with technical tools including Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and aptitude to learn and utilize other technology
3 years of experience in compliance, or other forensic reviews; or experience as an auditor including substantive testing, monitoring or internal controls design and implementation
Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner or relevant compliance experience a significant advantage
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or related field
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.