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Updated CV (3)

  1. 1. Page 1 of 3 SUBASH V (+91 – 9900102415) 4/1, 3rd Cross, 1s t Main, Maruthi Extension, Srirampuram Post, Bangalore, INDIA, Pin 560021 Email: aswinsubash@gmail.com CAREER SUMMARY CAMS & CFE working in Banking Industry. Global experience in Corporate Finance, Trade Finance, Account Management, Credit, Customer Relations, Leadership, Team Building, Training, ProblemSolving, Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Regulatory Compliance. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Kotak Mahindra Bank (Formerly ING Vysya Bank Ltd) August 2006 – Present The organization is a Banking Companyhaving over 1200 offices spreadacross 22 statesinIndia and is a Scheduled Commercial Bank. Senior Manager (Vice-President) – Retail Banking Audit October 2014 - Present Key Responsibilities  Plan, develop andexecute audit programs inaccordance withacceptedInternal Auditing Standards and local regulations;  Supervise the audit staff;assigntasks, monitor progress and work flow;Sign leave request and approve work hours;  Manage training anddevelopment of staff on all relevant technical subjects through adequate amount of continuing education; Conduct periodic staff performance appraisal and job evaluation;  Carry out qualityreview of assignments at random to identifyanydeficiency in audit process and address it through feedback and guidance;  Developandpresent retail banking audit summaries andcurrent status reports of quarterly/semi annual audits to the Senior Management/ACB and the Board. Head – FEC (Financial Economic Crimes) Policy, Advisory & Training August 2012 – September 2014 Key Responsibilities  Develop Compliance frame-workfor KYC& FECfor the Banktaking intoaccount regulatory requirements, and ensure implementation of Policies and Processes;  Ensure that the activities are carried out incompliance withthe regulatoryframe-work;ensure that the returns are filed with the regulators in time;  Identifypotential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk; develop appropriate mitigating controls;  Report to Senior Management and Boardon a periodic basis, the status ofcompliance to regulatoryguidelines;  Build BusinessPartnership withvarious stakeholders like Business, Ops, IT and other risk functions through engagement inall issues in order to ensure Compliance requirements are integrated/embeddedin all processes pursuant to comprehensive and compelling business analysis;  Ensure fair and equal allocation of roles and responsibilities to Team Members;  Manage training anddevelopment of staff onkeydevelopments in Financial Economic Crime environment;  Prepare annual compliance plan and place it before Board for approval. Accomplishments  Ensured 100% Compliance to Financial Economic Policiesacross the Bankand thus prevented possible regulatory action.  Created awarenessthroughawareness mailers such as did you know (DYK), conducting quizzes about the importance of KYC adherence across the Bank
  2. 2. Page 2 of 3 Head – Anti Money Laundering October 2009 – July 2012 Key Responsibilities  Accountable for implementing the Bank’s AML strategy, policy and standards, controls and systems;  Manage the implementationcriteriafor integrationandanalysis of suspicious activitysurveillance andreporting results, escalation of analysis and events across the Bank;  Oversee interactions withAML teamfor internal andexternal stakeholders in relation to AML risk (including regulators);  Leadershipto drive, develop and implement programs to quantifyimpacts andimplement actions to address, manage and mitigate impacts of AML risk embedded in client activity within the Bank;  Establishglobalstandards andstrategic policieswithinthe Bank whichensure AML exposure to current risks and emerging arising risk is managed appropriately, in a commercially focused and practical manner;  Drive and deliver training on AML risks for all business products, services across the Bank;  Manage a team to oversee AML activities, including Investigations team;  Perform Management functions including personnel evaluation, coaching, and team leadership, budget and leave administration. Accomplishments  Managedinvestigations unit with (9) investigators & Enhanced Due Diligence, Client Conduct Integrated Risk (3) – 12 total, for the Bankwith various business verticalslike financial markets, trade finance, credit risk etc, having employees of around 10000;  Ensured no attrition and motivated team so that the set targets are achieved within timelines;  Directlycontributedto the creation of a centre of expertise within then ING Vysya Bank dedicated to the identification, investigationandmitigationof money laundering, terrorist financing activities in particular investigation of clients’ activities and enhanced due diligence;  Produced time efficient and cost efficient procedures to respondto Country’s topinvestigating agencies, which is an everyday process to continue to refine and eliminate any unproductive duplicate processes;  Regular speaker on Anti MoneyLaundering and Fraudat Bank’s Competence Development Centre and vario us training institutes in Bangalore, India ;  Implemented new AML monitoring solution in a record 90 days’ time. Senior AML Manager April 2007 – September 2009 Key Responsibilities  Investigate and assess the risk of assigned alerts identified by the bank’s AML monitoring solution;  Maintainproper records andaudit trail ofinvestigation activityand disposition actions for all assigned alerts ;  Prepare case reports for review outlining the depthof investigationactivity, riskassessment andrecommended remedial actions;  Provided direction and guidance on appropriate remediation action for high risk accounts ;  Maintainproactive relationships withthe business andencourage a strong bankwide AML compliance;  Identifyabnormal or unusual transactionpatterns and seekclarifications fromthe business units for anycriminal typologies and developing trends for tax evasion;  Analyze the transactiondata andthe clarifications receivedto establish whether the transaction is suspicious or otherwise;  Recommend for filingsuspicious transaction report to FIU-India.  Verifying the lists of OFAC, UN sanctions etc to denypeople whose names are finding in them for developing relationships with the bank;  Using Fircosoft file filter to monitor Cross border transactions and to monitor the cautionlists published by RBI, UN, Govt. and ING; Accomplishments  Implementedprocessesthat analyzedandinvestigated on an average 85 customers’ accounts, busin esses’ accounts and personal records on daily basis using data mining and accounting skills;  Monitoredand investigatedsuspicious accounts/Customers withmasteryof Suspicious Accounting Reporting techniques;  AnalyzedSAR data to identifytrends to improve monitoring rules and/or to utilize surveillance techniques to mitigate risk and meet regulatory expectations.
  3. 3. Page 3 of 3 Manager – Internal Audit July 2006 – March 2007 Responsible for conductingaudit of various branch units and recommend appropriate process controls to prevent operational and financial risks for the bank  Reduceddelinquencies inthe implementation ofprocesses by the branch units by recommending improved control mechanisms.  ReducedTAT by30% in issuingaudit reports byquicklyobtaining responses fromthe branchunits and preparing work papers promptly. Syndicate Bank, Many Branches (various roles) Nov 1983 – June 2006 The organization is a government ownedbank, having more than3000 officesin India and abroad with employee strengthof over 40000. The total business ofthis Bank is over INR 300,000 Crores, having clientele covering SME, farmers, corporate, private banking, international clients and many government departments. Accomplishments  Developedfee based incomes for the branches therebyincreasingthe noninterest income for the bank by about 10%;  Mobilizedlow cost deposits to the extent of 15% for the region whichresultedinimproved profitability for the branches;  Mobilizedsmallloanproposals worth Rs.100 Crores covering over 100 clients so that risk of concentration among big borrowers is balanced by these proposals ;  Well appreciatedfor collections of chronic overdue loan accounts byabout 25% therebyreducingthe provisions which impact profitability;  Keyplayer in organizing promotion events for the mobilization ofnew clientele innew and unexplored pockets;  Developedthe secondarymortgage transactions while increasing bank's own portfolio by about 12% that is strongly associated with loans secured;  Well recognizedfor the result drivenattitude inachieving the targets of credit and trade finance business ;  Well appreciatedfor the novel strategies incorporatedinthe Risk management and mitigation of risk using managerial resources that led to reduction of operations risk by about 20%;  Certifiedfor recuperating non performing loans, being the topper inAll-India, contributing to the total savings;  Maintainedstrict control regime in branches to ensure that the banking operations are free from fraud. EDUCATION & TRAINING Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi Masters in Business Administration (International Business) - 2004 Indian Institute of Banking and Finance Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers - 1990 University of Madras Bachelor of Science – Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry - 1983 Master of Arts – Economics - 1995 Diploma in Labor Laws - 1990 Annamalai University Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management - 1990 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), Austin, Texas Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) – Certified - 2011 Association of Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), Miami, Florida, USA. Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) – Certified - 2011

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