Role: Our client is a fast growing, dynamic business with market leading positions across all their areas of expertise – funds, market services, corporates and private client, and banking and credit management services.
With offices across the UK and Europe we are part of a large organisation who are headquartered in Australia. A truly global organisation, they provide a strong platform to realise their growth ambitions and continue to build on their success.
Our client feels that you can play a key part in this as they recognise the importance of supporting and developing their people, so they listen to colleagues, train their teams and invest in great working environments. Add to that a culture that champions respect and integrity, a diverse and inclusive colleague base and a commitment to positively influence the communities they work with, and you’ll get a flavour of life here should you be successful in securing this role.
The role is a 6 month FTC and will require the successful candidate to assist the Financial Crime Compliance team with monitoring reviews, data protection reviews and oversight, including, but not limited to, providing support to internal stakeholders where appropriate.
Key Accountabilities and Main Responsibilities
- Review of AML reports & risk mitigation processes, including the preparation of written reports/recommendations
- Investor identity review and assessments to determine appropriate ‘next steps’ in the due diligence process
- Review of Politically Exposed Persons and associated parties, including report writing with findings and recommendations
- Escalating issues as they arise to management, together with assessments/recommendations
- Review of screening outputs and making recommendations and/or progressing further
- Ad-hoc duties as same relates to financial crime risk mitigation
- Assisting with data protection issues, including subject access requests or other privacy related matters
- Ad-hoc duties as same relate to data protection
- Understanding the role of the Authorised Corporate Director (ACD); the company’s regulatory obligations as ACD either directly or on a delegated basis, and the business implications.
Each member of staff has responsibility to adhere to the companies’ policies and procedures. In particular, to ensure operational controls are carried out in accordance with laid down procedures, to ensure the ongoing mitigation of business risk. In this regard regular training will be offered and agreed with the departmental manager / team leader.