Senior Consultant / Manager â€" Forensic (Financial Crime and Regulatory Compliance)
- Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Permanent, Full time
- KPMG Australia
- 20 Mar 18
See job description for details
- Interested in the world of Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions and Counter-Terrorist Financing?
- Looking for an exciting role preventing, detecting and investigating Financial Crime?
- Develop your technical, collaboration and consulting skills with our experts
KPMG Forensic assists clients to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, serious misconduct and corruption. Our range of services in combating financial crime includes Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Counter Terrorism Financing (CTF), Sanctions, and regulatory investigations. Due to our recent growth, we are looking for exceptional Anti-Financial Crime individuals to join our Forensic team.
Due to continued growth and success, our Sydney offices have several opportunities across our core Forensic, Financial Crime and Forensic Technology & Analytics teams. This is also an opportunity to expand your skills and gain exposure to a wide range of clients.
Your new role
As a Senior Consultant/Manager in the Anti-Financial Crime and Regulatory Compliance Forensic team, you will:
- Work with leading global financial services organisations and regulators and provide strategic advice on evolving financial crime matters.
- Make a positive impact to disrupt financial crime in Australia, Asia-Pacific and globally.
- Work within a market leading financial crime consulting team who have received a number of industry awards for financial crime consulting and are considered to be â€best in classâ€™ globally.
- Be part of a team that is growing and has great career opportunities.
You bring to the role
The successful candidate(s) will have a range of skills and experience including the following:
- At least 3 yearsâ€™ demonstrated prior consulting experience in a professional services firm in a similar role, or within a financial crime, risk, or compliance function within a global financial institution or regulator.
- Experience with interpreting regulations and applying them to a business context (such as the AML/CTF Act and Rules, DFAT Sanctions, FATCA and CRS).
- Ability to talk detail with financial crime professionals while also being able to have high-level and impactful conversations with senior business executives.
- Demonstrated prior experience in writing concise and high impact reports for business executives.
- Tertiary qualifications in either, accounting, law or regulatory compliance.
- Proven leadership, people and client management skills.
We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our people's wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities.
We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability.
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of KPMG and its ongoing success. So if you want a career where you can use your deep expertise to deliver real results, talk to us first.
Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.
Advertised: 06 Mar 2018 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Applications close: 07 Apr 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time