Financial Crime Analyst

  • Location:

    Leeds, West Yorkshire

  • Sector:

    Finance

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Job ref:

    BBBH116667_1578310907

  • Published:

    12 days ago

  • Client:

    Undisclosed Company

A financial crime SME working with a dedicated project team

For the period of the project accountabilities will be to:

  • Review & FC Policy, standards & FC procedure amends.
  • Devise & agree onboarding approach & strategies including;
  • Consumer Experian & Docs to satisfy impersonation
  • Corporate KYC / KYB
  • SIP's (PEP etc.) screening
  • Fraud screening at on boarding.
  • Revise contract define extracts & agree TPM 'working' mandates.
  • Understand / embed knowledge of eSignature solution DocuSign exceptions/ escalations & rulesets
  • Define & embed two-way referral processes for key activities;
  • Ongoing KYC management & escalations post & pre-completions (MI to include SAR & PEP, Fraud, Police liaison etc.)
  • Devise process with TP' & FPN's for intelligence cascades (i.e. Cifas, SIRA & NHUNTER)
  • Intermediary investigations & management of Intel
  • Develop oversight aligned to UKF Mortgage fraud guide & LMS practices.
  • Fraud score development / Impact (potential to consider future development to encapsulate other segments).
  • Working with CMT & QA Develop LBS & Target Investigator oversight
  • Develop MI & ongoing TPM assurance model
  • Colleague training & development

Demonstrate awareness and understanding of financial crime risks able to identify report and escalate (where appropriate) any matters in relation to these risks.

Provide input into the Financial Crime Prevention MI reports and to the Financial Crime Working Group as appropriate.

Identify, respond and/or escalate financial crime risks as appropriate.

To adhere to all relevant regulatory rules and guidance applicable to the role.

To maintain required standards of the Conduct Rules at all times in accordance with prevailing regulatory requirements.

To maintain full awareness of and conformance to the Risk Management Framework including but not limited to the Information Security and Data Governance supporting frameworks.

Previous financial crime experience, preferably in a fraud operations environment or second line oversight function within a bank or building society

Be hands-on with a proven track record of delivering complex Financial Crime change within Lending businesses

Possess knowledge of fraud screening & on-boarding solutions experience working closely with 3rd party suppliers

SME / in-depth knowledge of Financial Crime Compliance (AML, KYC, Sanctions, PEPs, SARS etc.)

Experienced in delivering change; including the management of testing, development and implementing IT, training, Process

Excellent stakeholder management and communication skills with the ability to bring all stakeholders on board

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