Financial Crime Consultant

Recruiter
Northreach
Location
London
Salary
£50000 - £60000/annum
Posted
07 Jul 2017
Closes
06 Aug 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A Financial Services firm based in the City of London are looking to recruit an experienced Financial Crime Consultant to join their Global Compliance Team on a permanent contract starting ASAP.

Northreach are representing this organisation who boast a supportive and encouraging environment around Compliance Appetite whilst maintaining a good work life balance along with career progression and further learning.

The big difference to this Investment Management firm, is the wide variety of real responsibility and recognition from day one. They believe in real career opportunities, progression whilst treating you as an individual and tailor training to your specific needs.

The Role
The opportunity is to join the Financial Crime Unit that delivers and maintains controls and prevention's of all aspects of financial crime across the global group.

Key Responsibilities Include
To Support the Financial Crime Manager in the delivery of 1st line activities

Work with a global team delivering all financial crime policies

Complete Customer Due Diligence on all business relationships, clients, transactions, suppliers and distributors

Report suspicious activities to the Management team

Ensure robust controls are in place to detect and prevent fraud

Identify and communicate areas of potential threats to the Financial Crime Manager

Report Management Information documents to senior stakeholders of the business

Identify and report high risk issues

Keep abreast of financial crime matters in the UK / Europe and USA

Experience and Background we are looking for

Industry recognized qualifications e.g. FCC ,AML, Fraud, Sanctions, AB&C
Background in a Global AML role within Financial Services
Evidence of Financial Crime responsibilities
Ability to promote the FCC Framework
Ability to identify and discuss better controls and processes within the Financial Crime Team