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Financial Crime Analyst, Permanent Job, Isle of Man

Job Purpose:
A Financial Crime Analyst required to join a leading international Life Assurance business on a permanent basis. The role holder will have an awareness of fraud detection techniques and will be able to engage effectively with business stakeholders to deliver Financial Crime developments in an appropriate manner, resulting in value added risk management practices and reporting solutions.

Key Responsibilities:
Assist in ensuring supported legal entities are protected against potential criminal activity by providing specialised forensic detection and investigation services.
Monitoring of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) and any remedial work required to ensure this process is fully controlled and meets the regulatory expectation, guidance and procedures.
Review of all client screening results.
Other work may include investigation, documenting and reporting of all suspicious activity relating to financial crime, reviewing complex high profile, high value business and other case specific matters including requests for information from regulators, production orders, restraining orders, requests for information from tax authorities or other government bodies, bespoke reviews in order to establish trends of financial crime.
Maintain detailed knowledge of all operational functions, including key processes and controls across all businesses.
Development of knowledge in relation to specific commercial expectations in the various regions to support the high risk, HNW business.
Assist with the production of management information of any financial crime activity for the business.
Maintaining key relationships with operational areas to ensure all investigations are conducted in an open and constructive manner.
Developing and maintaining close relationships with law enforcement and other external parties.
Developing and maintaining close working relationships with key personnel in relation to reviewing and advising on complex cases.

Skills & Experience:
5 GCSE's or equivalent at Grade C or above, including English and Maths.
Preferably holding or working towards a relevant professional qualification.
Good experience in Financial Crime disciplines.
Experience in defining and delivering quality reporting.
Strong analytical and relationship building skills.
Planning and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive rates of pay, structured working pattern- core business hours, parking on site.
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