Transaction Monitoring Investigator - Financial Services - Contract
The analyst is responsible for undertaking a daily review of transaction monitoring alerts across Retail Banking customers, including retail business banking. Additionally, customer transactions will be reviewed as part of periodic and event-driven enhanced monitoring on higher risk relationship review.
The key responsibilities for this role includes:
- Investigate and analyse all automated transaction monitoring alerts across the product range, including Retail, Business Banking and Investment Management relationships
- Conduct investigations into accounts upon which alerts have been generated by an automated transaction monitoring system by using judgement and decisionmaking skills, to determine whether grounds for suspicion of money laundering or terrorist financing exist
- Confidently and professionally engage with other areas of the bank including corporate, in order to collate the information required to adequately understand the activity and make appropriate decisions
- Raise internal suspicious transaction/activity reports directly with the SARU (the
- Suspicious Activity Reporting Unit) following the agreed internal escalation and review procedure.
The key experience and knowledge required for this role includes:
- Financial Crime or Compliance knowledge with previous experience in investigations is required for this role.
- Experience of working in the Financial Services industry with knowledge of Retail banking products and services.
- Ability to identify AML and Terrorist Financing Risk and experience of suspicious activity reporting.
- Working knowledge of systems including Erase, Norkom. Dow Jones and Factiva would be an advantage.
- Takes a structure approach to the investigation of alerts.
- Proven investigation and rationale write up skills.
This is a contract role working for a top company as a Transaction Monitoring Investigator. Please apply to the advert for more information.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age
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