Transfer Monitoring Analyst
An exciting opportunity has come our way with our client. Our client is one of the leading employers in the Mid West region and is looking to bring on multiple Transfer Monitoring Analysts for a fixed-term contract. This opportunity would suit someone with experience in monitoring transactions, periodic reviews assessing and someone who has experience looking for potential fraud. There is a great opportunity to have the contract extended or made permanent as this is an incredibly busy department for our client.
Key Responsibilities: (Full job spec available upon request)
- Take responsibility for timely and accurate completion of AML Ongoing Monitoring workload allocated on a daily basis.
- Actively participate in daily AML ongoing monitoring processes such as transaction monitoring and overnight screening of investors and their accounts.
- Is aware of and has the ability and confidence to assess adverse media on investor accounts as well as assessing high-risk factors linked to accounts, such as the involvement of PEP’s.
- Maintains an up-to-date knowledge of AML regulation and best practices and uses this knowledge to promote enhancements to our clients AML processes and procedures.
- Works with line management to ensure that the Investor AML team meets the required audit, risk, and compliance standards as determined, from time to time, in accordance with changes in legislation and guidance.
- Knowledge of day-to-day AML and Transfer Agency operations and the wider funds administration business.
- Ability to research, understand and deliver solutions to issues, including more complex issues as agreed with line management.
- Knowledge of the AML regulatory environment in Ireland and the UK is preferable.
- Ability to work to tight deadlines and drive workloads forward using own initiative.
- Previous experience in an AML, Compliance, or Transfer Agency role. Experience in the assessment and ongoing monitoring of investor accounts is preferable.
For more information or even a confidential discussion please contact Jason O'Flaherty.