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Financial Crime Manager
The Compliance Team at GDS partners with other EY offices across the globe to provide an array of compliance solutions to our clients. The team works on short to long term engagements to assist in establishing, maintaining and reviewing the outputs of business functions and compliance programs.
Financial crime risks relating to anti-money laundering (AML), terrorist financing, anti-bribery controls, sanctions compliance and fraud are a high focus for regulated businesses and external scrutiny as regulation and practice continues to evolve. As a result, EY GDS is expanding the current team to support financial crime compliance with respect to client acceptance procedures.
As a Financial Crime Compliance Manager in our Consulting Service Delivery team, you will be working with global EY teams to deliver high quality work to our clients, which will primarily be from the financial services sector. You will be leading teams working on Compliance Operations Centre (COC) engagements (Across Fin crime domain areas) and will actively participate in the day to day management of Engagement teams.
Your key responsibilities
As a Manager in the Financial Crime Compliance team, you will be required to lead and grow a team and to provide strategic solutions related to regulatory compliance and Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) to our clients in the financial services industry. You will also assist our clients maintain effective and efficient controls, to manage organizational, strategic and regulatory risks.
You will be responsible for service delivery of an engagement assigned including the following: capacity planning, resource selection and recruitment, IT/Infra & systems access for team, process migration, training, productivity, quality, and escalation of issues, solution design/implementation and stakeholder management.
You will have to build an understanding of our solutions, share knowledge and be able to draw on subject matter expertise, leverage technology to continually learn, improve service delivery and maintain our leading-edge best practices
You will be responsible for client liaison and responsible for onshore and client stakeholder engagement
You will be overseeing the mobilization and project management of engagements
You will be responsible for ensuring that new or revised standards and regulatory changes are adopted in a timely manner and that a robust change management protocol is in place
You will be responsible to develop and maintain productive working relationships with client personnel, whilst building strong internal relationships within Advisory and across other services
You will be supervising Associates and Executives and Managers in the Fin Crime department, solution, and engagement level
You will be overseeing the leadership of onsite engagement teams in Fin Crime, including direct supervision of work, ensuring targets are met and all processes and procedures are adhered to
You will escalate issues and problems in a timely manner and be able to recommend and implement solutions to address the issues.
You will participate in business development activities at a region, sector and account leve
Responsibilities, Qualifications, Certifications - External
Skills and attributes for success:
You must have 10+ years of Financial Crime experience with global banks and financial institutions across Fin crime Compliance Domain areas including Transactions Monitoring, Sanctions, Regulatory Compliance etc.
You must have a strong academic background with an MBA/Master’s degree or equivalent qualifications preferably in the Finance/Business domain.
You must have sound knowledge of AML global regulations and standards such as the EU Money Laundering Directives and FATF Recommendations.
You must have experience of managing large project teams, preferably across a portfolio of engagements.
You should be willing to travel, if required
You must have leadership, project management and teamwork skills.
You must have experience in building relationships and networking and exceptional stakeholder management skills.
You must have strong analytical, interpersonal, communication and writing skills and demonstrated integrity within a professional environment
You must have relevant professional qualifications, such as ACAMS, ICA Diploma in Anti Money Laundering, CFE or equivalent.
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