Job Details

$65000 - $90000 per annum
Job Type
Eugena Gong
about 1 month ago
The Role & The Organisation

This is a hands-on and diverse role that sits within the Financial Crime Compliance team (Line 2) at an international bank who has an established strong presence in Australia. You will join a team of experienced compliance professionals to provide an in-house compliance service that effectively supports business areas in their duty to comply with relevant laws, regulations and internal procedures for Financial Crime Compliance.

The Role

  • Review new client onboarding and periodic CDD refresh, monitor Line 1 CDD periodic review and prepare reports.
  • Review CRS and FATCA information disclosed by clients.
  • Review Sanction alerts triggered from name and payment screening system.
  • Assist with ML/TF assessments, maintaining and administering key ML/TF risk records and metrics.
  • Review Transaction Monitoring cases for unusual activity cases escalated to Line 2, prepare the investigation report with recommended cations.
  • Prepare AML statistic reports for management and Head Office reporting.
  • Assist in developing, enhancing, implementing and maintaining AML/CTF policy and procedures; and delivering training programs.
  • Manage Regulatory, Internal Control and Head Office Identified Risks, particularly in the area of Financial Crime Compliance.
  • Assist in developing, enhancing and execution of the 2nd line assurance monitoring and control testing plan on the AML/CTF, Sanctions and Fraud risk areas within the business.

Skills and Experience
  • 3+ years KYC/CDD/AML experience gained preferably through Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, or Wholesale Banking environments.
  • Good understanding of regulatory requirements on AML, CFT, KYC, Sanction, Fraud, Bribery, Corruptions and corporate banking operations.
  • Good knowledge of operational aspects of financial crimes compliance programs (e.g. AML/CTF, KYC/ECDD, SMRs, Sanctions and financial crimes investigations).
  • Strong reporting, policy and procedure writing using PowerPoint and Excel is highly desirable.
  • Strong organisational skills (can work autonomously under pressure) with an excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to speak and read Chinese fluently is essential.

For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please contact Eugena Gong on 02 8227 9200 or apply directly via the Apply for this job button. Only WORD FORMAT CVs will be accepted.