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The Audit Manager is responsible for the development and execution of a risk-based audit plan that addresses all relevant regulations, laws, and standards. The position is responsible for executing audits that conform to the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (IIA Standards) and that are designed to assess the adequacy of the Bank’s control environment relating to compliance with Banking and Capital Markets regulations. This position will focus on CIBC’s capital markets business in the U.S. Additionally, the Audit Manager role will be responsible for primarily leading, directing, evaluating, and developing audit professionals to ensure audit activities are conducted to high standards of accuracy, rigor, and credibility in accordance with applicable regulations and industry standards.
- Serve as the Internal Audit Department’s U.S. subject matter expert on Capital Market related matters, including SEC/FINRA and CFTC regulations
- Liaise with global capital market audit team
- Assist in the development of a comprehensive audit plan that addresses key regulatory requirements and provides for sufficient third line of defense coverage
- Develop detailed project plans that effectively incorporate appropriate risks, scope, staffing requirements, deliverables, timelines, budgets and client availability
- Execute and document testing procedures for in-scope areas, including test of design, test of effectiveness and substantive testing to ensure results support audit conclusions and adherence to IA Department standards
- Review testing documentation of seniors and staff to ensure the results support the testing conclusions and adhere to IA Department standards
- Identify control gaps and opportunities for improvement
- Vet issues with management at all necessary levels of the organization on a timely basis
- Draft audit reports that accurately, clearly and concisely present identified deficiencies to key stakeholders
- Effectively communicating findings to various levels of management
- Develop and cultivate relationships with senior management and other key internal contacts, including management committee members and their direct reports
- Work closely with management to promptly resolve any concerns that may arise and build trust. Serve as a business advisor and partner by providing the business unit and senior management with advice related to business issues and controls
- Contribute to the positive and team-oriented culture by maintaining cooperative relationships (assisting other project teams when necessary), facilitating the resolution of conflicts, sharing information, and accepting and providing feedback
- Provide guidance to the team in all phases of an audit as needed
- Manage personnel effectively through coaching and mentoring. Guiding department personnel in their careers and provide learning opportunities
- Demonstrate commitment to professional growth by assuming progressively more challenging assignments (in-line with standard audit career progression), proactively seeking relevant education and training opportunities, and expanding professional network
- Ensure compliance with IIA Standards
Required Skills & Experience:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field is required
- Professional certification such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), or other relevant certifications is preferred
- 6+ years of relevant experience (e.g. audit, banking), with focus on business lines within capital markets activities
- Knowledge of capital markets products and services (Derivatives – FX, interest rate, credit, equity, commodity, Corporate Finance, Market Risk management, etc.)
- Knowledge of key regulations, including Volcker Rule
- Solid understanding of AML and Compliance risks
- Familiarity with FINRA and related broker/dealer regulations
- Ability to work independently in areas of difficult or complex nature
- Project management skills, including the ability to manage shifting priorities
- Strong analytical, written/verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship building skills
- High level of expertise in collaboration and communication with internal and external parties
- Exemplify a positive attitude, strong work ethic, team work and professionalism
- Ability to effectively operate in a dynamic and fast-paced environment
- Ability to travel (15-20%)