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AML Analyst -Dublin/Shannon

We have an exciting opportunity for an AML Analyst to join an expanding leader in the financial industry on a permanent contract. Our client has offices in both Dublin and Shannon and is flexible to allow the right candidate to work from either base.

About the role:

Reporting to the Senior AML Analyst, the AML Analyst will have significant responsibility for AML compliance. Working closely with the business to deliver the AML policy and procedures, responsibilities will include transaction monitoring, watchlist screening, and reviewing customer due diligence files for customers. You will gain exposure to a variety of challenges in a fast-growing business – flexibility is key to success in this role.

Key Responsibilities:

·       Ensure compliance with the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2010, as amended, including but not limited to:

-transaction monitoring across several loan portfolios

-screening for prohibited persons and PEPs

-assisting the business in ensuring customer due diligence requirements are met

·       Preparation of suspicious activity reports (STRs) for review by the Head of Financial Crime & MLRO, and where approved, submit the STRs to the relevant authorities.

·       Produce Client MI for relevant portfolios and assist with the provision of relevant management information and key reports for ERC; ExCo and Board.

·       Review of change of address (COA) reports for possible CDD updates and engage with business to complete COA forms.

·       Provision of guidance and advice on AML / CFT queries to the business

·       Delivery / Training of AML policy and procedures to relevant business functions.

·       Keep abreast of changes to legislation, regulatory and industry guidelines, and assist the Head of Financial Crime & MLRO in managing the implementation of same.

Key Requirements:

·       3rd level education in an economic or numerical discipline and/or relevant professional qualifications.

·       Relevant experience/knowledge of business functions and systems relevant to AML/CFT.

·       Previous experience in a similar role.

·       Ability to work individually and as part of a team.

·       Influencing/Persuasion skills.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Megan O’Doherty.

Megan.odoherty@collinsmnicholas.ie

021-4911066