This Top Tier Bank is one of the largest financial institutions in the world, with a strong presence in Investment Banking, Corporate Banking and Private Banking. Despite its size, the Financial Crime function has held on to its excellent culture, having built up a robust function due to strong endorsement from senior leadership. Attrition is low and staff satisfaction high. Given the investment being made into the Financial Crime department you will gain unrivalled exposure to complex regulatory matters, offering you strong professional development opportunities.
This a broad and dynamic role where you will be responsible for supporting and interacting with senior stakeholders globally in the business as well as across regions to create common standards for Financial Crime to operate in. The successful candidate would also be providing advice on the products offered to customers and advising on the AML risk associated with them.
Your responsibilities will specifically include:
- Provide support in respect of Trade, Economic and Financial Sanctions, AML, and global risk management framework to meet legislative and regulatory requirements for Commercial Banking and Investment Banking businesses (Wholesale).
- Help develop, communicate and implement strategy, standards, controls, global systems and policies that ensure that business exposure to Financial Crime risk is managed for Wholesale businesses, globally.
- Stay at the forefront of key regulatory changes to ensure proactive communication with business and to assist the development of appropriate policy and framework to manage the changes for Wholesale.
- Help create a framework for the effective risk-based monitoring of the implementation of Financial Crime policies and controls across Wholesale.
- Provide advice and support on Financial Crime matters to Wholesale senior management, the Wholesale Global Financial Crime Team, and others as relevant.
To be considered for this job, you will have the following experience:
- Significant knowledge and experience of Financial Crime, including Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions and dealing with regulatory matters
- Good experience in the financial services industry
- Advisory experience and / or strong business analysis skills to effectively assess and respond to a diverse range of situations and requirements
- Experience of policy, process and implementation
- Ability to help lead change, contributing to joining up with the other teams in Risk and Business globally
- Knowledge and experience of working in the payments field would be beneficial
If you feel you have the relevant experience for this newly created opportunity then please apply to this advert and send your CV to Emily Marmoy-Haynes, Financial Crime Compliance Recruitment Consultant at Twenty Recruitment.
Twenty Recruitment's Compliance function are a team of specialist consultants covering Financial Crime Compliance and Regulatory Compliance mandates, both permanent and temporary, across Financial Services, Technology and Energy.