CSS AML Sr. Investigation Personne
Location: Tampa, Florida
Posted: November 25, 2016
Reference ID: 1641537027
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Operations mitigates money laundering and terrorist financing risks for our firm and its customers in the global marketplace. It uses skilled analysts, state-of-the-art technology and globally standard policies and procedures to ensure effective monitoring and reporting of suspicious activities. Key Responsibilities: Serving as Subject Matter Expert (SME), for multiple complex products, in the analysis of alerts and investigation of transactional activities to detect any suspicions of money laundering or terrorist financing activity • Providing training and mentoring to analysts on investigative techniques, internal systems, products and money laundering policy and regulation. Independently conduct searches, gather data and record evidence from internal systems, the internet, commercial databases and enquiry with business or Compliance contacts Independently assess and analyze research results and conduct complex data analysis applying SME knowledge and experience Utilizes strong understanding of data manipulation techniques and analysis Act autonomously and utilize independent discretion and a high degree of sound judgment in conducting timely, accurate and effective analysis and investigation of anomalous behavior to mitigate money laundering risks Independently determine investigative and data analytics approach, use sound decision-making and discretion in making independent decisions that mitigate corporate risk at each decision point through out the investigation. Accumulating facts from investigations to be utilized in presentations to Senior Management and Compliance Reporting unusual client activities which might relate to money laundering or terrorist financing Reviewing Analysts' recommendations for further enquiry, escalation or closure Submitting requests for further information or suspicious activity recommendations Authorizing closure of cases Performing peer review of investigations to ensure appropriate dispositions have been recommended by analyst Supporting the successful accomplishment of internal Risk Control, and Self-Assessment (RCSA) policies, as they apply to the department Implementing integrated processes and procedures aimed at meeting internal and external regulatory or policy guidance Identify process and/or system improvement initiatives and resolution in order to reengineer and streamline workflow Conducting alert investigation using global standard policies, procedures and tools aimed at meeting internal and external regulatory requirements Operating within agreed business Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and confidentiality standards Advocating for the business in matters relating to Compliance and/or Audit Maintaining a proactive curiosity and pursue investigations to a greater level of diligence than normally required for the standard due diligence Supporting implementation of new products during User Access Training (UAT) of systems and processes Preparing SARs (Suspicious Activity Reports) on suspect Providing training and mentoring to analysts on SAR writing Building and applying knowledge of money laundering processes Qualifications & Experience: Bachelor's degree (or equivalent number of years work experience) Banking / Finance / Business background Demonstrated ability to work independently, interact effectively, with different levels of management and to operate with excellent corporate work ethics (timely, honest, respectful and considerate to co-workers) 1 year experience in AML Monitoring Understanding of AML Monitoring Processes Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated initiative and creativity in problem solving Computer Literate Proficient in Windows applications, and Internet and commercial database searches.