Compliance Monitoring Executive required to join a private wealth organisation to assist with ensuring compliance within the regulatory environment, by performing a range of Compliance related tasks, to support the Compliance function and ensure client service excellence is delivered to internal and external clients following the policies and objectives of the bank.
Responsible for the delivery of second line of defence risk-based monitoring against both the short and long term compliance plans.
Conduct regular and structured compliance monitoring of specified review areas and identify reportable issues.
Appraise adequacy of internal controls and systems.
Preparing reports and present findings to management and key stakeholders.
Maintain internal control systems by updating monitoring frameworks.
The review and assessment of processes to remove or mitigate areas of risk to the Bank with regard to Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Terrorist Financing, Bribery & Corruption , Fraud and Bank Operations.
Review of existing processes and documentation to ensure that meets all applicable legal, regulatory, procedural and process requirements.
Transaction Analysis, by review of financials, to ensure AML procedures have been effectively carried out or set remediation points where relevant.
Identification of mutually beneficial or commercially viable opportunities to further bring to the client relationship.
Use of 3rd party software to check against Sanctions or Persons who are the subject of a warning issued by a competent authority.
Make capable and effective decisions and escalate problems within reporting lines.
Apply sound business judgment to identify and escalate any unusual or suspicious activities to senior management or the relevant MLRO as required.
Assist and guide business colleagues in application of AML / CFT / CDD/regulatory requirements.
Communicate with Relationship Managers, Intermediaries and any other relevant internal/external parties.
Produce and manage communication requests where necessary.
Undertake other administration tasks and provide cover as required where training has been received.
Assist in ad hoc operational project work as assigned, to support and promote future business development
Skills & Experience:
At least 4 years' experience in a similar role within financial services environment.
Experience in Compliance requirements, including but not limited to, CDD / EDD for high net worth individuals and more complex financial structures such as trusts, corporate and foundations across multiple jurisdictions worldwide including emerging markets.
Experienced in risk classification processes and in identifying and handling risk related information and documentation.
A minimum of 2 years relevant monitoring experience preferred.
A professional qualification such as MICA or similar would be an advantage, but suitable candidates may be qualified through relevant or similar industry experience.
Hours & Benefits:
Full Time hours.
Market rate salary.