Financial Crime Compliance Specialist
Salary Competitive Salary
Consultant Wilmarie Jansen
Date posted 13 December 2018 2018-12-13banking 22 Fanshawe Street Auckland 1010 Robert Walters
Seeking a Financial Crime Compliance Specialist to support the implementation of policies or regulatory requirements relating to all areas of Financial Crime Compliance across the company’s business.
This is for a major New Zealand bank.
Reporting to the Senior Manager of Financial Crime Compliance in the line two Operational Risk and Compliance team. Involved in AML/CFT, Economic Trade Sanctions, Anti-bribery and Corruption (ABC), Fraud and Foreign Tax. You will develop key business relationships and provide training and insights to support business compliance and an enhanced risk culture.
- Provide the business with proactive subject matter expertise and advice to ensure policy and regulatory requirements are embedded, and the control environment is robust.
- Support the business in the implementation of related regulatory change and the associated impact on risk and control profiles.
- Provide assurance over business compliance with policy and regulatory requirements.
- Participate in technical working groups on the application of policy or regulatory requirements.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of bank-wide guidance and training material.
- Monitor domestic and global financial crime developments and where relevant, ensure these are reflected in bank policies and risk assessments.
- Provide input into governance reporting provided to management, the board and regulators.
- Provide input into industry submissions to the government and regulators on related matters.
- Participate in related forums through the New Zealand Bankers Association.
- Perform any other initiatives required by the Head of Financial Crime Compliance.
Role Related Experience
- 4 years’ experience in a financial services or legal environment.
- AML/CFT compliance experience
- Exposure to retail, commercial and/or wealth management businesses.
- Qualification in a financial crime related discipline preferred – e.g. ACAMS.
- In-depth knowledge of financial crime risks and regulatory requirements.
- Business risk advisory or assurance experience.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to explain complex technical information to non-subject matter experts.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Be part of a dynamic; highly committed company that loves what they do and value their employees.
Robert Walters endeavours to review all applications in a maximum of five working days. If you have not received correspondence in this timeframe please do not hesitate to contact Wilmarie Jansen on 09 374 7304.