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Asia Pacific Global Public Affairs - Regional Risk and Control - Vice President

Job Req ID 21316714 Primary Location Singapore, Singapore Job Category Compliance and Control
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Global Public Affairs mission is to engage with Citi’s various stakeholders to enhance and protect our reputation and improve our business performance.

The Chief Administrative Office Team is a nimble team within Global Public Affairs that covers a broad scope of responsibilities in a dynamic and fast-moving environment. Within Citi the team works with a wide range of internal partners, including senior leadership, and coordinates closely with other members of the Global Public Affairs and other stakeholder teams around the world. This is a high energy, hardworking and affable team that values colleagues who anticipate what needs to get done and act accordingly, are quick thinkers and can problem solve matters that arise unexpectedly, are intellectually curious, and who have high professional standards and deliver a thoughtful work product. 

Role Description Overview:

The Regional In-Business Risk & Control VP will be responsible for assisting and ensuring strong end-to-end APAC Global Public Affairs (GPA) Risk & Control and Governance Framework. This role is a developing professional role with an emphasis on remediating the operational risks of the business on various risk and control issues with potentially broader business impact.

Responsibilities will include oversight on various Governance initiatives, Manager’s Control Assessment (MCA), Transformation, Issue Management, Regulatory Tracking & Change Management, Records Management and Third Party Management.

This role will proactively engage and work with partners across GPA to ensure readiness of reviews and examinations by Internal Audit, ICRM and Independent Risk, among other corporate-wide control functions.

The individual will also drive and manage the development and implementation of common standards, procedures, and governance processes to create and maintain consistent and best in class GPA interactions and communications protocols.  

The individual will report to GPA Risk & Control Head, based in New York City.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead regional reviews, consistency and continuous enhancements of internal Governance processes ensuring compliance with firms’ policies, initiatives and regulatory requirements.
  • Facilitate regional oversight and coordination in managing Manager’s Control Assessment (MCA) control monitoring & testing activities, Transformation, Issue Management, Regulatory Tracking & Change Management, Records Management and Third Party Management.
  • Drive regional priority projects and creating project plans.
  • Work closely with local countries on the risk and control environment through continuous open communication.
  • Liaise with Compliance, Risk and Internal Audit on supporting various initiatives.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 5+ years relevant experience in governance, administrative, risk and controls focusing on monitoring & testing activities, compliance, audit or regulatory functions and finance operations.
  • Proven ability to execute multiple projects on tight deadlines with attention to detail.
  • Demonstrate ability to solve problems by being resourceful, consulting with others and considering alternatives.
  • Ability to work across business lines, collaborate and interact with colleagues at all levels with a commitment to partnership.
  • Consistently demonstrate clear and concise written and verbal communication skills.
  • Works independently as a member of a high-performing team, with the ability to take initiative in proposing and implementing solutions.
  • Expertise in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook).


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