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BAs with AML / controls experience
Ref No.: 20-01302
Location: New South Wales
 Analyst: Financial crime investigator
The role will entail the following

Risk Management

  • CDD Policy and Procedures: Should be proficient with regulatory guidelines and continuously apply required client due diligence procedures for various entity types and jurisdictions
  • This role forms part of the client due-diligence review team who are responsible for completing onboarding, periodic reviews, multifaceted reviews, offboarding and any other activities related with AML/ABC/sanctions/Fraud Risks.
  • Responsibilities include identifying, assessing and mitigating financial crime and sanctions risk
  •  Performing reviews for clients of various complexities including low, medium and high risk within the required timelines and maintaining prescribed quality standards
  • Document findings and ensure this is adequate for quality checks and audits
  • Able to identify red flags
  • Able to meet timelines and turn around completed cases to meet service level agreements without compromising on quality
  • Ability to work independently and deliver against commitments
  • Should have good knowledge on AML and KYC end to end Process

Professional Conduct

  • Previous years of experience in the financial services industry with specific domain knowledge of financial crime control (FCC) and products such as equities, derivatives etc.
  • Should have an eye for detail and be able to pick up anomalies in CDD records and client behavior.
  • Accuracy and quality are essential
  • Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills: AML/KYC involves taking care of scores of client records and transactions, the individual should assess the risks and apply control measures for mitigation
  • You should possess knowledge of AML solutions and solution providers.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Document findings and ensure this is adequate for quality checks and audits
  • Able to identify red flags and judge the need for partner concern
  • Able to meet timelines and turn around completed cases to meet service level agreements without compromising on quality
  • Identify, recommend and implement process efficiencies
  • Maintain a record of and report progress as required
  • Ability to work independently and deliver against commitments
  • Ability to act swiftly and work in an evolving digital environment

Qualifications we seek in you

Minimum qualifications
  • Advanced Communication and Presentation skills
  • Influencing skills
  • Problem solving and decision-making
  • Bachelor degree with good domain knowledge

Preferred qualifications

  • Will consider people with capital markets experience
  • Good Knowledge about AML/CTF and sanctions and banking/capital markets products, processes and platforms