Job Description and Responsibilities
Manage multiple queues of real-time transaction and reference data alerts against sanctions watch-lists administered by U.
S. and international regulatory bodies.
Perform complex case investigations sourcing data from multiple unrelated venues, including both proprietary and open sources.
Draft reporting summaries for internal management and external regulatory audiences.
Remain apprised of and interpret updates to U.S. and international economic and trade-based sanctions programs.
Design, source and produce reporting metrics across multiple workflows and decision queues
Process review and enhancement related to the referral, escalation and resolution of sanctions alerts in region and globally as required.
Contribute new idea related to Sanctions and AML screenings.
Required Qualification and Skills
Bachelor's degree or higher with a major or concentration in Finance, Economics, Accounting, or Information Systems, etc.
4-7 years of experience related to AML & Sanctions Compliance in financial services or other relevant industry.
Strong knowledge of International Sanctions regimes
Knowledge of Financial Crime Risk policies, Sanctions, AML and procedures
Experience gained in a leading broker, bank, regulator or professional services firm
Awareness of financial market trading products
An additional foreign language would be advantageous (e.g. German, French, Spanish, Chinese)
Understanding of how technology is applied to business and regulatory issues.
Ability to work in a small-team environment, work independently, and multi-task with minimal supervision.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
AML certification such as ACAMS, CFE, CFCS is a plus.
Good knowledge and experience of office tools like MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel etc.