Tally makes people less stressed and better off financially through full financial automation. We’ve successfully launched Tally, the first and only fully automated debt manager to put billions of dollars back into people’s pockets. Currently backed by some of the world’s top investors, including Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins ($92MM in total funding to date), Tally’s vision is to automate people’s entire financial lives so they can be less stressed and better off financially.

The Ethics & Compliance Team’s mission is to enable Tally’s business strategy by fostering a culture of integrity, empowering smart risk taking, and working with Tallizens to deliver innovative, consumer-centric compliance solutions. Our team prides itself on cross-functional collaboration and championing our customer’s interests. 

We’re seeking a Senior Ethics & Compliance Analyst to help: maintain and enhance our consumer compliance program, administer our state licensing requirements, and strengthen our ethics & compliance program. The ideal candidate will have some previous compliance/regulatory experience in the consumer financial services space, have exceptional organizational and project management skills, and be excited about helping to scale a program for Tally’s growth. The role will report to the Head of Ethics & Compliance (who is based in San Francisco, California) but may be remote.

Role Impact:

  • Assist in maintaining, reviewing, enhancing and operationalizing Tally’s consumer compliance program 
  • Provide support to prepare, maintain and renew US state licensing and corporate registration filings, and engage with state regulators
  • Respond to auditors, bank partners or other third parties in due diligence and compliance reviews
  • Administer processes to review and update company policies and procedures
  • Execute on compliance monitoring/testing activities and collaborate with stakeholders to implement effective, practical remediation solutions
  • Assist in administering ethics & compliance training programs
  • Support the company’s consumer complaint processes and processes to ensure related corrective actions are completed 
  • Review consumer communications and marketing/advertising materials for regulatory compliance
  • Assist in implementing the company’s enterprise risk management program and tracking mitigation efforts
  • Maintain a deep understanding of Tally’s current and future product offerings, and state license portfolio, to provide practical advice on regulatory compliance issues
  • Assist in maintaining and continuously improving our ethics and compliance program

In this role we value:

  • 4+ years compliance or regulatory experience in financial services with basic knowledge of US consumer lending protection regulations including one or more of: BSA/AML, ECOA, EFTA, FCRA, GLBA, TILA, UDAAP and related state laws
  • Strong project management skills, experience, and methodologies to run projects through to completion
  • Outstanding attention to detail with a gets-it-done attitude
  • Self-direction and a knack for spotting issues and solving problems
  • Ability to research and understand varying and complex regulations, but not afraid to ask questions when you don’t know the answers
  • A willingness to learn and take on new assignments
  • A passion to work collaboratively with other teams to achieve goals together
  • Ability to define risk, collect data, and draw effective conclusions
  • Ability to multi-task and handle variety of projects and responsibilities
  • Ability to prioritize tasks effectively in a fast-paced environment
  • Familiarity with data privacy requirements is a plus
  • Commitment to success, integrity, and an all-around good person

A message from our leadership:

"One of our core values at Tally is 'Change shoes often.' We do this with our peers and our customers every day, and we want candidates to share in our commitment to empathy.  Empathy really is the foundation of inclusion, and Tally prides itself in being a company that prioritizes inclusion and diversity. We’re dedicated to creating a workplace culture where people are included and treated equitably."

Jason Brown, Cofounder and CEO


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