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Financial Crime Compliance Officer

  • Location:

    Dublin City Centre

  • Contact email:

    nnedevski@sigmar.ie

  • Sector:

    Banking & Finance

  • Contact phone:

    0147446000

  • Job type:

    Full Time

  • Job ref:

    NN1919

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Published:

    16 days ago

  • Contact email:

    nnedevski@sigmar.ie

Job description

Financial Crime Compliance Officer
Permanent Role
€ DOE
Dublin City Centre

Sigmar are currently recruiting for a Financial Crime Compliance Officer job with a company based in Dublin City Centre. If you want to work for a world class financial services company and be a part of team that wins this is a job for you.

Duties:

• Investigating indicators and allegations of fraud, money laundering, bribery and other financial crimes
• Preparation of reports in respect of investigative findings
• Making recommendations to MLRO on potential external Suspicious Activity Reports
• Responding to enquiries from external authorities and other investigative agencies
• Developing departmental procedures
• Undertaking projects in connection with investigative capabilities
• Preparation of management information
• Providing advice on financial crime compliance queries including KYC, fraud and ABC
• Second-line SME on client screening
• Advising on sanctions compliance issues
• Advising on implementation of new standards for monitoring of key controls and dealing with issues that arise from the monitoring
• Collation and assessment of management information and distillation of key messages for senior management
• Providing training to first line teams on fraud and AML


Requirements:

• Investigative and questioning nature
• Experience of fraud or other financial crime investigations
• Knowledge of Proceeds of Crime Act and responsibilities to report Suspicious Activity Reports
• Understanding of corporate structures and experience of due diligence practices particularly AML/KYC processes
• Knowledge of and ability to apply standards in UK ML Regulations and JMLSG Guidance Notes
• Strong analytical skills, problem-solving ability and attention to detail
• Strong eye for detail
• Good communication skills
• Experience of financial crime compliance in a UK regulated firm and/or a recognised qualification in financial crime compliance
• Practical experience as an investigator in either law enforcement or private sector
• Experience in SAR investigations and reporting
• Excellent written communication skills

If you have the relevant experience and feel this role is for you, please apply now

NNedevski@sigmar.ie
T: +353 1 9619721

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