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The Risk Assessment Analyst will support the Risk Assessment Lead in conducting ongoing enterprise wide money laundering and sanctions risk assessments. The Risk Assessment Analyst will be responsible for preparing the annual risk assessment in collaboration with key stakeholders including compliance and business partners, regulators, auditors, and other key constituents.
Lead development and maintenance of various risk factor lists and their associated risk rating related to:
Formation Legal Structures
Global Stock Exchanges
Products and Services (including Distribution Channels)
Source of Wealth
Purpose of Accounts
Key contributor to the development and maintenance of an enhanced Money Laundering and Sanctions Risk Assessment methodology and assessment framework.
Drive development and maintenance of detailed policies, methodologies, and procedures related to the money laundering and sanctions risk assessment process.
Execute the assessment of the inherent money laundering and sanctions risks and control effectiveness within the established framework to determine the residual risk.
Support the ownership of the money laundering and sanctions enterprise risk assessment model by providing expertise, guidance and inputs to model development including revisions to keep the model current.
Support execution of ad hoc AML and Sanctions risk analyses in partnership with respective subject matter experts to formulate a risk opinion
Undergraduate college degree required; post-graduate degree a plus.
Minimum 5-8 years related experience.
Prior AML and Sanctions compliance and risk management experience.