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Western Union Leaders, Internal Audit in Denver, Colorado

Leaders, Internal Audit for Western Union (Denver, CO) – Plan and execute a portfolio of financial, operational and SOX audits, with a focus on high-risk complex processes and/or multiple business groups including accounting, financial reporting, tax, human resources, treasury, operations, compliance and procurement. Perform audits across multiple unrelated business segments including consumer-to-consumer international money transfer and business-to-business payments and foreign currency hedging. Lead cross-functional teams of globally dispersed internal auditors and supervise external resources for co-sourced audit projects. Create audit programs and testing against prepared audit programs. Review work papers and occasionally prepare the same. Craft innovative, concise, and compelling audit reports with minimal editorial changes required. Perform comprehensive issue tracking and tactfully drive business owners to meaningful issue remediation. Establish objectives and conduct a comprehensive annual risk assessment and assist with preparation of the annual audit plan. Provide input on audit department policies and procedures and manage staff to ensure objectives and initiatives are achieved. Regularly present to high-level executives including business segment Presidents and Controllers on relevant audit topics. Act as a key member of Internal Audit management and present at global all-hands calls/meetings. Serve as a mentor and provide career coaching to the next generation of Internal Audit leadership. Design and re-design Internal Audit processes for improved efficiency and effectiveness as we transform to achieve lean management. Collaborate with global colleagues to deliver seamless results across countries and legal entities. Up to 15% annual travel required to Lithuania, UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland, and internal travel within the US.

Requirements include a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or related; and experience (5 years with Bachelor’s or 3 years with Master’s) as a Risk & Security Manager, or related occupation, which must include some experience with: Auditing for a company with multinational presence, multiple unrelated business segments and a multi-tiered legal entity structure; Financial/Operational SOX auditing within a Money Service Business (MSB); Preparing and presenting oral and written audit readouts for executives and Board members; Completing audit and departmental management tasks using key Wolters Kluwer TeamMate auditing software modules including: TeamCentral, TeamRisk, EWP, and TeamTec.; Conducting company-wide risk assessments and developing an annual departmental audit plan; Reviewing foreign currency hedging products and activities, including structured forward and derivative option products; and key global MSB/ banking regulations in US, UK, France, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Referral Bonus - $1,000 (Subject to Employee Referral Policy). Eligible to internal employees only.

Western Union Company is a global leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement. Our omnichannel platform connects the digital and physical worlds and makes it possible for consumers and businesses to send and receive money and make payments with speed, ease, and reliability. With our global reach, Western Union moves money for better, connecting family, friends and businesses to enable financial inclusion and support economic growth.