Transaction Monitoring Analyst/AVP
- GBP35000 - GBP60000 per annum
- London, England, United Kingdom
- Permanent, Full time
- B&FS Audit
- 08 Feb 19
Summary: An international bank based in The City is looking to fill vacancies for a Transaction Monitoring Analyst and AVP to join their growing Financial Crime team on a permanent basis.
An international bank based in The City is looking to fill vacancies for a Transaction Monitoring Analyst and AVP to join their growing Financial Crime team on a permanent basis.
* You will provide oversight of investigations, assessing the work of analysts and leading on working groups to ensure high standards of financial crime investigations are maintained to protect the Bank from financial crime risks.
* You will investigate client transactions using the Bank's transaction monitoring system and provide oversight and approval of London alerts as well as oversight of all EMEA branches with regards to transaction monitoring.
* You will investigate Sanctions AML referrals, customer monitoring cases and other event-driven reviews such as adverse media reviews, bribery and corruption, etc.
* You will report suspicious transactions to Head Office and National Crime Agency using the SAR process.
* You will conduct reviews of AML procedures, ensuring they are up to date and compliant with the regulations, Global Standards and current market principles.
* You will provide feedback to other EMEA branches on their AML procedures and ensure they are compliant with their own country's regulations.
* You will provide training and guidance as an AML SME across the EMEA region.
* You will lead working groups within the team to enhance procedures and evaluate money laundering typologies.
* You will conduct reviews of system indicators and scenarios for monitoring.
Desired Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
* 3-5 years of relevant banking/compliance experience
* Broad understanding of banking, financial crime risk in banking and a general understanding of the concepts of risk management and control.
* A proactive approach to identifying and communicating improvements to process on the grounds of efficiency and effectiveness.
* Good understanding of banking products and the UK regulatory environment.
* Clear communication (in writing and orally) and adaptation of communication style to audience as appropriate.
* Ability to function as a trusted advisor for stakeholders on financial crime matters.
Should you be interested, please apply today or call Wale Adeola on 02038622736