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Our client, a leading banking corporation with strong presence in China, is seeking for a你AML Officer to support their expanding business growth in Shanghai.
This role is responsible for conduct day to day operations of local AML Investigations / Intelligence, work effectively with other AML surveillance team member and ensure all issues identified via system / manual channels are timely reviewed and follow-uped.
Managing qualified and timely reporting to local AML regulators and support the liaison with local AML regulators.
Advising local AML internal controls and supporting the AML training and education for staff.
Cooperation with business to ensure constantly quality delivery of large-amount transaction and suspicious transaction reporting to PBOC in time.
Liaising with Group / Technical team to review the AML framework on a regular basis to ensure compliance with the bank's existing policies and regulatory expectation, manage updates/changes with regulations and/or business needs.
Responsible for writing a high quality investigative narrative with conclusions & advisory been established and recording the case history.
Provide advice and guidance on AML issues escalating to the relevant persons when necessary. Where applicable, communication / liaison with regulatory bodies will also need to be carefully managed.
Preferred applicant with 3-year banking-related experience im AML/CFT experience with working knowledge of AML Compliance or Investigation related.
Good knowledge and understanding of the local FCC regulatory requirements and framework
Excellent writing skills (English) and analytical skills.
An ability to write concisely and clearly; and to produce clear constructive advice under pressure and within short timeframes.
Good general knowledge of the International Sanctions regimes in place and some experience in dealing with sanctions issues as they affect financial institutions.
CAMS Certification or similar certification would be an advantage.