Compliance Analyst - HMDA/CRA

Washington Trust Main Office, 23 Broad Street, WESTERLY, Rhode Island, United States of America Req #622
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Washington Trust is a special place because of our people. We believe employees who are valued, recognized, rewarded and empowered will achieve personal and professional goals. We hire the best people in the business and are always looking for professionals who will uphold our core values of quality, integrity and community.

We are seeking a HMDA/CRA Analyst to assist the Vice President, HMDA/CRA/Fair Lending with the oversight, implementation and maintenance of an effective HMDA & CRA compliance program for The Washington Trust Company. The Analyst will manage the data collection and data integrity reviews for Washington Trust and function as a resource for compliance with, and best practices for, HMDA & CRA requirements.   

 

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

  • Complete all HMDA/CRA data analysis and reporting (internal and external) to maintain Compliance with HMDA & CRA regulations and to monitor the Bank’s CRA performance
  • Manage HMDA/CRA data analysis and file review workflow to insure timely and accurate reporting for the Corporation
  • Manage the maintenance of year-to-date HMDA and CRA LARS
  • Prepare the HMDA and CRA annual submissions for the Corporation
  • Function as a resource to business lines for compliance with and implementation of HMDA and CRA best practices
  • Assist with preparation for and ongoing management of HMDA and CRA portions of regulatory compliance examinations

  

Position Requirements:

 

  • BA/BS degree with a minimum of 2- 3 years compliance, risk management, and/or audit experience
  • Knowledge of HMDA and CRA regulatory requirements and Industry best practices is beneficial
  • Computation and analytical skills are required
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint and database management is required
  • High ethical standards, strong critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
  • Effective communication skills and the ability to handle multiple projects 

 

 

Our employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, which includes health and welfare benefits, paid time-off, work-life program, and a 401(k) plan.  We believe employees who are valued, recognized, rewarded and empowered, will achieve personal and professional growth. Apply today and find out why we have been voted one of the Best Places to Work in Rhode Island since 2011! 

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  • Washington Trust Main Office, 23 Broad Street, WESTERLY, Rhode Island, United States of America