Project Management ( Pmp ) Systems Development Lifecycle ( Sdlc )

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Qualifications • Operations & technology strategy • Fraud & operations risk management • Leadership & business governance • Project management (PMP) • Systems development lifecycle (SDLC) • Business transformation • Payments subject matter specialist • Interbank and financial market utility transactions Experience PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Banking and Capital Markets – Payments Practice Director Detroit, MI 10/2011 to 02/2016 • Assisted a PwC team’s effort to develop recommendations to modernize a large US based custody bank’s core banking and payments platforms (i.e., wire transfer, ACH). During this engagement I assessed payment technology options and helped determine the costs and benefits of various investment scenarios. The…show more content…
Ultimately our recommendations for improving the bank’s SWIFT message OFAC screens were accepted and implemented by the client • Led a team that helped a global Wall Street bank modernize its OFAC screening capabilities for incoming SWIFT wire transfer messages initiated from more than 100 agent banks located in the US, LATAM, EMEA and APAC. My team worked with each major agent bank to map in detail each SWIFT message they were sending and determine the anomalies in their messages (e.g., MT103, MT202, MT910, MT940). My team negotiated with each agent bank to determine their current and future capabilities to send inbound SWIFT messages that could be adequately OFAC screened. This project led to an extensive initiative that implemented OFAC screening for all incoming SWIFT wire transfer messages from around the world • Led an initiative to help a large US regional bank assess its wire transfer and ACH operational risks across their central payment operations, treasury operations, retail branches and commercial cash management groups. My project team assessed the bank’s operating model against industry leading practices and identified more than 75 operational and fraud risks to address in the bank’s channels (e.g., digital, telephone, store), payments and fraud processes and technologies (e.g., business unit
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