This position will be a member of the Annuity Operations Compliance Unit that is part of the U.S. Business Compliance Department. Responsibilities include a wide range of functions involving the compliance support and oversight of Annuity Operations. Position will be actively involved in testing of compliance risks and transactions relating to annuity processing. Provides technical expertise in identifying and reducing areas of potential compliance risk. Evaluates new legislation and its impact on business units. The role will also require supporting a number of initiatives relating to compliance and legal requirements.
Position will be actively involved in testing of compliance risks and transactions relating to annuity processing. Based on testing results, prepares reports of CEC findings for business management to address any issues identified.
Monitors business activities across multiple business units and identifies areas with potential risk.
Leads projects related to developing or enhancing compliance tools used to monitor operating practices or gaps in procedures.
Oversight results will be reported and maintained in line with MetLife’s Compliance Risk Management Program. Monitoring and testing results are reported to senior management on a periodic basis and are ultimately stored in a shared risk-management system.
Acting as subject matter expert, independently manages complex compliance projects from initial stages through implementation of new corrective actions.
Determines standards and identifies best practices to ensure business units operate within federal/state regulations and corporate guidelines. Provides technical advice on how to implement and/or enhance procedures and best practices to support compliance requirements.
Collaborate with internal business areas to formalize and maintain written policies and procedures to ensure adequate controls in place to prevent, detect, partner and resolve compliance issues.
Work with business areas to develop action plans to address identified compliance/legal issues.
Assists with research and responses to various regulatory inquiries and examinations.
Performs other related duties as assigned or required.
Undergraduate college degree required or relevant work history
5 or more years of relevant professional experience
Excellent knowledge of the annuity products and industry, knowledge of insurance and securities laws and regulations a plus
Excellent analytical, investigative, written and communications skills
Comfortable working in a team environment
Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with associates in MetLife’s business groups.
Exceptional organizational and time-management skills including the ability to prioritize multiple projects at varying stages in a dynamic environment in order to meet tight deadlines.
Ability to achieve results independently but at the same time able to work effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization
Must have strong organizational skills, including project management, attention to detail and be able to multi-task under pressure
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
Preferred FINRA Series 6 and 26 or 7 and 24 or required within 90 days
Number of Openings
Equal Employment Opportunity
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