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Summary: The BSA/AML Investigator is responsible i nvestigating, researching, analyzing and evaluating varying degrees of complex cases of suspicious financial activity for possible anti-money laundering violations involving all bank lines of business (LOBs) including retail, commercial, Treasury Management, mortgage, securities, capital markets and international. Partners with lines of business Operations Risk Managers and Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) investigators to investigate cases as assigned. Stays up to date on Bank Secrecy Act regulations (anti-money laundering) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations as well as the bank's AML program policies and procedures. Develops ongoing contacts with local and national law enforcement to stay current on money laundering and terrorist finance trends and typologies. Initiates and develops projects to improve the position of the bank's anti-money laundering program. Represents FIU management as needed. As assigned, assists with the ongoing training and supervision of Investigator I and II staff. Travels occasionally to maintain sound working relationship with bank regional operating units.
Investigates, researches, analyzes and evaluates complex account transactions and relationships that appear to be suspicious or unusual for a given business or person within any The Company LOB. Decides upon filing the case with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network; prepares Suspicious Activity Reports as warranted.
Assumes departmental projects and initiatives as assigned to define and solve problems that involve issues of BSA and OFAC regulatory compliance and assures the effectiveness of the Bank's anti-money laundering program.
May assist in the review of staff cases to assure procedural due diligence is followed in order to comply with regulatory and departmental guidance.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, statistics, economics, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work related experience.
4 years progressive work related experience in audit and control practices with demonstrated proficiency and understanding of internal and external risk and liability.
Demonstrated experience with regulatory agencies, requirements, and/or regulatory compliance.
Demonstrated knowledge of principles and practices of accounting and financial analysis.
Strong analytical skills.
Strong communication skills, both verbally and written.
On February 7, 2019, it was announced that SunTrust Banks, Inc. and BB&T Corporation intend to merge, with the combined entity to be named Truist Financial Corporation ("Truist"). The merger is subject to regulatory approval, and BB&T and SunTrust remain separate and independent companies until the merger closes. This position, which would be for a role with Truist or an affiliate, is contingent upon the merger receiving regulatory approval and closing.
Equal Opportunity Employer: SunTrust supports a diverse workforce and is a Drug Testing and Equal Opportunity Employer. SunTrust does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, pregnancy, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other classification protected by applicable laws.
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