- The Investigator, External Investigative role (EIR) is part of the Financial Crime Investigations team and is responsible for ensuring that assigned cases including Transaction Monitoring Cases, Unusual Activity Reports and Customers subject to Production Orders are thoroughly and professionally investigated and, where appropriate, reported to the authorities in accordance with regulatory requirements. It is the responsibility of the job holder to decide whether the activity is suspicious and therefore should be reported to the Authorities, and clearly document the facts supporting that judgment.
- The EIR Investigator will also provide telephone/e-mail guidance to Line of Business or relevant stakeholders where appropriate.
- Provide accurate and timely Management Information as required.
- The jobholder will continually reassess the operational risks associated with the role and inherent in the business, taking into account changing economic or market conditions, legal and regulatory requirements, operating procedures and practices, management restructurings, and the impact of new technology.
- Particular attention will be paid to the Money Laundering Regulations and the Proceeds of Crime Act.
- This will be achieved by ensuring all actions take account of the likelihood of the operational risk occurring and by addressing any areas of concern in conjunction with line management and/or the appropriate department.
- Any concerns must be escalated through line management as soon as they become apparent.
- Bachelor's Degree or Diploma or any related discipline
- Money Laundering investigations experience, ideally including transaction monitoring.
- Experience in identifying activity suggesting ML or CTF risk.
- Experience in undertaking investigations/analysis into customer activity with the ability to draw inferences from noted behavior, including transactional profile, against expectations established from CDD data.
- Experience in writing reports to identify ML/CTF risk and/or SAR reporting.
- Both spoken and written communication skills with the ability to document investigative steps and conclusions effectively, in a clear, concise, and professional manner.
- Consistently achieve objectives set for them and take action to improve their own performance.
- Collaborative working style with colleagues and broader stakeholders within a cross-border and Line of Business matrix
- Prior regulatory or law enforcement investigations experience is good to have.
- ACAMS or ICA ML/FCC qualifications are good to have.
- Universal banking experience is good to have.
Interested Applicants, please email your resume to email@example.com (R1110449), stating the position as the subject title in the email. All Applications will be handled with strict confidentiality.
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Mary Grace Perez Marcojos
Personnel Reg No.: R1110449
EA License No.: 02C3423
Mary Grace Perez Marcojos EA License No. 02C3423 Personnel Registration No. R1110449