Global Financial Crimes Compliance Specialist (Filled)
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• Perform Customer Risk Assessments by reviewing, escalating (where necessary), decisioning and documenting reviews of high risk clients.
• Identify cross-Front Line Unit relationships and obtain transactional information to include in overall Customer Risk Assessments.
• Manage region-specific matters by coordinating with rest of Global CDD team, local FLU partners.
• Provide advice and guidance.
• Liaise with AML Risk Managers on Risk Assessments.
• Identify and manage audit issues.
About this job:
The Global Financial Crimes Compliance (“GFCC”) Specialist under supervision, assists Global Financial Crimes Compliance executives and managers in any of the following activities in support of the identification, escalation and timely mitigation of compliance risks in alignment with the Compliance Risk Management (” CRM”) Program and the Financial Crimes and Global Compliance Enterprise Policies (“GC Policy”):
• Create and maintain a regulatory inventory.
• Update relevant policies to ensure they reflect regulatory requirements for Financial Crimes.
• Conduct compliance risk assessments.
• Contribute to monitoring and testing coverage plans and related metrics.
• Monitor and test the effectiveness of the front line unit and control function compliance risk controls.
• Execute governance and management routines.
• Identify aggregate, report and escalate compliance risks, issues and control enhancements.
• Identify compliance training needs and inspect Front Line Unit (“FLU”), Control Function (“CF”) and third party participation for Financial Crimes.
• Assist with preparations for and participate in regulatory exams and audits for Financial Crimes.
• Inspect that commitments made regarding actions in response to Matters Requiring Attention (“MRAs”) and other actions are completed.
This role is responsible for ensuring consistent quality of activities, processes and outputs by engaging in effective review practices across the team. This role may have Money Laundering Reporting Officer responsibilities.
Role-specific required skills:
• Knowledge of anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations.
• Strong PowerPoint and Excel skills.
• Critical thinking skills.
• Strong writing and communication capabilities.
• Drives operational excellence.
• Knowledge of Financial Crimes Compliance Risk.
• Proven ability to work in a highly independent manner in a fast-paced environment with minimal day-to-day direction or supervision.
• Minimum 5 years business and functional experience.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Role-specific desired skills:
• Juris doctorate or graduate degree.
• Minimum 4 years of substantive AML experience in the government, a financial institution, or law firm.
How to apply: