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Our client, a reputable European Corporate Bank, is looking to hire a high caliber to join as a VP- Money Laundering Reporting Office for the compliance team. This incumbent will report to Hong Kong compliance head.
Provide MLRO advice to business and processing units for new client on-boarding, periodic CDD reviews, pre-transaction and post transaction alerts.
Assess and implement new AML/CFT regulations, policies and procedures.
Complete regulatory returns, information requests, etc for submission to HKMA or within ING.
Review and investigate suspicious transactions with escalation and reporting to management and JFIU as necessary.
Participate in AML-related projects.
Provide training to the Compliance team and other staff on developments in HKMA regulations and ING policies and procedures.
Assist Business & KYC processing analysts/alert handlers on key FEC focus areas, arising from the quality reviews.
Register as MLRO towards the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Liaise with Regional compliance / MLRO for updates and escalations as needed
Manage the AML team.
Perform additional tasks that may be required by the Head of Compliance.
University graduated in Finance, Business Administration or relevant disciplines.
Minimum 8 years of MLRO / AML / KYC Compliance experience.
Familiar with interpretation of what is reasonable or otherwise from a regulatory standard or expectation of a foreign bank branches in Asia jurisdictions
Prior experience in interpretation and application of AML laws & regulations, in particular recent developments from FATF recommendations.
Knowledge and experience in Sanctions assessments & developments.
Ability to adapt to changing environment and take on new tasks.
Knowledge of FATCA/CRS will be an advantage.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Fluency in written and spoken English and Chinese.