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About Dah Sing Group The Dah Sing Group is a leading financial services group in Hong Kong offering banking, insurance, financial and other related services through its growing network of over 70 branches in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China. Our currency is caring, teamwork and progressiveness. We accept that everyone is unique and different in talent, but alike in the capacity for growth. Our task is to shape a culture that creates a sense of pride in achieving something beyond just a job, and an environment where you can be your true and authentic self, like at home.
Managing financial crime risk investigations such as review on search warrants, court orders and any alerts triggered internally and externally, ensuring that all the investigations and reports will be handled in compliance with all the relevant policies and guidelines in a professional manner.
Review on search warrants, court orders and any alerts triggered internally and externally;
Investigate any forms of financial crime incidents such as fraud, forgery and money laundering, whether committed by internal or external parties or collusion against Dah Sing Banking Group (the "Group");
Prepare and submit different reports (i.e. Suspicious Transaction Report and Crime Report) to the relevant law enforcement authorities (i.e. JFIU and HK Police);
Provide advice to the frontline staff on handling suspicious transactions in relation to AML & CFT related issues;
Assist the Senior Manager in any matters relating to financial crime risk investigation and management; and
Design and provide financial crime risk awareness training to the Group's employee.
To meet the challenge, you should have the following qualifications and attributes:
At least 3 years' experience in banking industry with exposure to AML & CFT/ Financial Crime Compliance ("FCC")/ audit or general compliance;
Knowledge in AML & CFT/ FCC and practical experience in the AML investigation and STR reporting is preferred;
Good command of both written and spoken in Chinese and English; and
Strong analytical and PC skills
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.