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We Offer This role sits within the London Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Group and supports Anti Money Laundering (AML) investigations in the UK and across the broader EMEA region.
This is a great opportunity for a graduate with an interest in Financial Crime Compliance to join this exciting and dynamic team. This role assists in the management of account surveillance, monitoring of control functions and undertaking investigations, particularly in relation to adverse news name screening alerts, Mantas transaction monitoring alerts and investigations.
In addition to the management of alerts, this role will provide support to investigators by undertaking research and conducting preliminary analysis to assist in determining whether circumstances fall within defined criteria, particularly the threshold for statutory reporting, and candidates must be able to formulate and communicate the results of these enquiries, both verbally and in writing.
Day to day work may include:
Undertaking Level 3 review of transaction monitoring alerts generated by the Mantas system and adverse news name screening 'hits' on client accounts, assisting with our Manual Monitoring Programme.
Managing the output from our offshoring centres including escalations, quality control, feedback and training.
Reviewing 'payment approvals' for AML/financial crime concerns from the business and front office support.
Extensive investigations for money laundering/terrorist financing which may potentially lead to Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR).
Ad hoc initiatives such as amendments to policies and procedures, delivering related training to the business and other interested parties.
Recommending and driving process change and improvements to the exiting transaction surveillance model.
Open to discussing flexible/agile working.
A degree within a meaningful subject such as Financial Crime, Forensics, Analytics, AML or Criminology would be an advantage, although other degree backgrounds will be considered.
Experience of banking/ financial services or compliance gained by working in an internship or placement would be a plus.
Some understanding of financial markets gained via studies, internships or work experience.
You are an inquisitive person with an investigative attitude, who is willing to learn.
You have the ability to prioritise, assimilate procedures, engage with stakeholders and undertake research.
Proven analytical skills and ability to undertake research and come to appropriate conclusions and present complex findings.
Credit Suisse is an equal opportunity employer. Welcoming diversity gives us a competitive advantage in the global marketplace and drives our success. Credit Suisse is committed to providing equal employment opportunities, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, civil partnership, marital or family status, pregnancy, disability or any other status that is protected as a matter of local law.