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Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Analyst

Vissza a kereséshez

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Analyst

About our partner:
Our partner is looking to hire a compliance professional to operate as part of a team of AML professionals conducting ongoing surveillance and investigations on customer activities; where applicable supporting Management with filing reports with local law enforcement and regulators; become proficient with the firm’s case management tool to ensure all monitoring and reporting activities are effectively documented in compliance with internal standards and regulatory expectations.


Tasks:

  • Execute review of customers profile and activity history to determine whether there is a reasonable and appropriate rationale for the identified transaction(s);
  • Document concise and consistent risk-based rationale for alert/investigation conclusions in line with internal and regulatory requirements;
  • Perform work within the established timeframes and meet standards for Quality Assurance and Key Performance Indicator benchmarks;
  • Assist in responding to queries/addressing escalations received from the 1LOD; and,
  • Assists in the development and implementation of work paper templates, documentation standards, and processes for knowledge sharing across regional teams.
  • Where required, assist Management in responding to external requests for information resulting from FIU activities, and other ad-hoc obligations (g., collate MI Dashboards, support completion of any program assessments and process enhancements, etc.);
  • Communicating, and working closely, with regional surveillance partners, and business stakeholders to enable effective exchange of information needed to facilitate a consistent risk-based approach across IB’s multiple markets and operating entities;
  • Provide ongoing support to the in developing policies and procedures, executing Quality Assurance, facilitating escalations and feedback-loop.


Requirements:

  • At least 2 years’ experience in transaction monitoring for financial crimes, in particular with regard to domestic and international payment activities, preferably gained at a large broker or other financial institution with a European customer base, or an EU regulator;
  • Experience identifying red-flags/typologies associated with financial crimes; experience using SQL (or similar) to query relevant activity is advantageous;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in law, business, finance, or accounting preferred or Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) or similar Compliance diploma or accreditation;
  • Up to date knowledge of local regulations and European Directives in connection with documenting risk-based decisions and conclusions regarding potentially suspicious activity;
  • Proven analytical skills, with a strong attention to detail, and a direct experience escalating high-risk issues to management;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Self- motivated with the ability to work in a small team as well as independently;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills (English and Hungarian are a must; any other language is a plus);
  • Candidates must have an EU passport or a qualifying work permit/residency to work in Hungary.