Our clients' businesses and people can make a big difference in the world. That's why their work is focused on helping their clients act with confidence and speed to seize opportunity wherever it arises. As a global corporate service provider and fund administrator with more than 5,000 professionals in over 45 jurisdictions, they empower legal entities globally to work smarter, grow faster, act responsibly, protect capital and scale across borders - by doing what they do best: reducing risk and enhancing efficiency.
Our Client is currently looking to recruit an AML Analyst to support the Irish AML team to help deliver compliance support to the Irish businesses.
This permanent role can be based in Shannon or Dublin. Our client offers a flexible working environment within a fast paced and rapidly growing industry with exciting plans for 2023.
- To ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day AML compliance function.
- Be responsible for ensuring that AML/CFT comprehensive compliance arrangements are in line with Legal and regulatory requirements.
- Carry out continuous risk assessments for existing and new onboarding clients.
- Guiding electronic screening searches and monitoring results in these hits.
- Advancing any hits and completing due diligence as and when required.
- Creating an AML internal audit annually or as required on all client files.
- Replying with the correspondence and / or requests from the Irish regulators and administering any external AML audits.
- Arrange the AML/CFT compliance reports and further ad-hoc reporting as required.
- Report transactions that seem to be suspicious or require immediate attention.
- Knowledge of Irish regulations on compliance related problems within the Financial Services industry is required.
- A very strong technical understanding of the AML/CFT Compliance is essential.
- Has the ability to analyse and communicate detailed information/reporting summaries upwards within the business.
- Strong Microsoft Office skills.
- ACOI and/or relevant AML/compliance experience in AML and financial crime matters.