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AI and big data are changing the world. At CommBank we understand this and have significant focus on using the power of data and analytics to provide unique customer experiences and to transform our business.
In recent years, we have undergone a remarkable transformation with our focus on technology, which supports the customer experience. We are now truly recognised as technology leaders. We understand that culture and talented people are the keys to success. We have some of Australia's leading engineers and data scientists, and work hard to create an environment that feels more tech than corporate.
Our Team Financial Crime Compliance (FCC), Risk Management is a specialised compliance function responsible for Line 2 control of financial crime risk across the CBA Group.
The Financial Crime Intelligence team is responsible for management of financial crime intelligence across the CBA Group, including operational and tactical assessments, and deep technical investigations of escalated Money Laundering/Terrorism Financing matters.
The team also conduct media monitoring, manage a list of jurisdictional risk ratings, are active in the Fintel Alliance, liaise with law enforcement, and maintain a financial crime Red Flags and Typologies Library.
What You'll Do
The Financial Crime Intelligence team play an important role in protecting the reputation and integrity of the Group. This role predominantly supports the Group's financial crime risk management via a variety of interesting and challenging projects and operational activities and processes. In this role, you will utilise your expertise in financial crime or related fields to carry out a variety of intelligence and risk management related tasks, allowing you developing into skilled risk management and financial crime intelligence professional
Maintain core Financial Crime Intelligence processes and responsibilities, including media monitoring, regulatory and law enforcement requests, jurisdictional risk ratings, and maintenance of our Red Flags and Typologies library.
Investigative assessment of customers, issues and incidents, payments, products and channels to support risk management outcomes and intelligence projects
Escalate unusual activity to operations and risk management colleagues in order to meet reporting obligations and risk management objectives
What you will have: Core competencies expected of an established Senior Analyst in Financial Crime Intelligence include:
Expertise in one or more areas of: Sanctions, Money Laundering, Terrorism, Bribery & Corruption;
A working understanding of AUSTRAC and/or other jurisdictional regulator expectations of reporting entities;
Demonstrated success in a financial services role, included exposure to retail, business and institutional banking customers, products and internal systems;
A deep understanding and application of financial services standards, policies and operating procedures
Experience and training in traditional intelligence work, including information collection and development of intelligence products;
Advanced MS Excel skills, and experience using databases to extract data for analysis by adjusting queries for specific parameters.
Experience identifying, escalating problem solving risks, issues and incidents to senior management.
Strong written and verbal English language skills, including all forms and structures of information sharing for briefing colleagues and leadership on risks and incidents
Experience in intelligence or related fields -for example AML/Sanctions/CTF, operational or credit risk, financial intelligence or asset tracing.
Evidenced intelligence experience in financial crime, law enforcement, military or government agencies will be highly valued
Tertiary qualification in a related discipline, preferably a relevant post graduate qualification
Foreign language skills such as Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, Farsi, French or Spanish
Some programming ability (SAS, SQL, etc.) would be viewed positively
You You will have a small business and customer centric mindset and you will be focussed on effective and timely execution of BAU processes. You love to be part of a diverse and technical team and love to be part of a high performing culture.
If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.