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Financial Crime Associate

up to £70,000 - City of London

OVERVIEW:

Working with the Head of Financial Crime to identify anti-money laundering (‘AML’), anti-terrorist financing (‘ATF’), anti-bribery and corruption (‘ABAC’) regulatory and compliance obligations in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region – with a specific mandate for the UK, though, working seamlessly as part of a regional team, ensure consistent AML, ATF & ABAC standards across Europe.

 Key responsibilities are:

  • Providing AML, ATF, ABAC advice on business initiatives;
  • Taking the lead on and/or participating in global and/or UK GAML initiatives;
  • Taking the lead on and/or participating in global and/or UK drafting and issuing of GAML policies and procedures;
  • Taking the lead on and/or participating in GAML training;
  • Oversee the tracking and review of AML, ATF, ABAC regulatory change & assist with implementation;  
  • Oversee AML, ATF, ABAC risk assessments;
  • Oversee/perform the AML, ATF, ABAC monitoring programme;
  • Oversee Gifts and Entertainment pre-approval & monitoring process;
  • Oversee the review of the AML, ATF, ABAC reporting provided by Head Office as part of our oversight of controls performed for the region (e.g. Transaction Monitoring & Sanction Screening);
  • Approval of high risk customers for the region;
  • Perform Enhanced due diligence reviews on high risk customer files for the UK business; and
  • Deputies on behalf of the manger on internal and industry trade association 

 

Main duties will include but are not restricted to: 

  • Provision of AML, ATF, ABAC regulatory advice to the business on both ad hoc queries and formal change management requests.  This role entails having a solid appreciation of AML, ATF, ABAC regulatory risks;
  • Oversee the review of AML, ATF, ABAC regulatory developments with actions logged and tracked.
  • Identifying and execution of a GAML training programme, to include new hires and annual refresher training, but also other formal and informal training on topical matters, influenced by, for example, AML, ATF, ABAC regulatory change and relevant internal assessments.
  • Provision of GAML input to key projects/initiatives;
  • Close liaison with other Financial Crime departments globally.
  • Perform sundry duties, projects and such other responsibilities as assigned by the manager.

 

Although our team do try to respond to all applications, unfortunately this is not always possible.  Therefore, should we not have contacted you within 5 days of your application you have not been successful on this occassion.

For more information contact Mark Holmes

Managing Director
Phone: 01732 746 668
Email Mark

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