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28 days ago

Bank Secrecy Act/AML Compliance Manager

FIS Global New York, NY

Ability to perform a BSA/AML Risk Assessment. Assists clients with enhancing, developing, and implementing effective BSA/AML compliance controls… Ivy Exec

28 days ago

Banking Compliance Manager

FIS Global New York, NY

- Administers compliance programs for financial institution clients- Manages and/or conducts institution-wide and/or product-specific compliance… Ivy Exec

28 days ago

Project Manager Senior-Technology

FIS Global Jersey City, NJ

Responsible for all aspects of assigned technical projects. Projects may be focused on: The development of new or upgraded products and services… Ivy Exec

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    Former Employee - Sales Director in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Sales Director in New York, NY

    I worked at FIS


    The company has many different solutions and this affords a person the opportunity to transfer to a division that better suits their geographic and/or career aspirctaion needs over time


    There is no "one" company. It is a conferedation of many companies with many individual fiefdoms making it difficult to accomplish anything that needs to span more than your particular division. For technical personnel, this is less of an issue since they are focused on supporting a product(s) within the division they were hired in to. For sales people with large accounts, it can be a real challenge.

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    Take the time to consider the inefficiency of overlapping solutions and more activley cull the products that have little future value and will turn from cows to dogs before you can sell them for a good price. It cots money of course to retire products and the people associated with them, but in the long run, it's worth the investment.

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