AML Analyst Dublin
Position Title: Analyst, AML Team
- Ensure a high quality of information on investors and consistency with our clients policies and procedures, as well as satisfaction of local regulatory requirements in jurisdictions covered by Shareholder Services Ireland AML team.
- Collection of KYC documentation, documents review, client risk assessment as per internal tools and procedures, drafting client AML risk assessment report for ongoing remediation/refresh of existing clients.
- Escalate high risk records to the Senior Manager/Director, Shareholder Service and obtain sign-off as per established policies and procedures.
- Track and report on file progress including percentage completed, sign off status, pending responses, and action plan to obtain necessary information.
- Proactive support to internal stakeholders and client facing staff on KYC/AML queries on client / investors under review. Leverage and share feedback with other AML staff, responding to day to day questions as they relate to client review efforts for high, medium & low risk clients.
- Generate required information and data to support periodic Management, Compliance, and Audit reporting.
- Participate in regular update meetings to identify gaps, address risks, and implement process improvements or efficiencies for the team.
- Leverage and share stakeholder feedback to enhance quality and client experience.
- Implement, or assist with the implementation of special projects and initiatives as assigned by the Manager/Director
- Key point of contact for client and client associates
- Adherence to agreed deadlines, accuracy of processing and interpretation of client requests and instructions. These are all crucial in preventing finanical loss and adverse reputational risk.
- Position is key to ensuring efficient workflow within the group.
- Experience in a Shareholder Services function i.e. Dealing, Cash, Registration is desirable but not essential.
- Extensive additional experience in dealing with AML /KYC.
- Proven track record of high quality written and verbal communication is essential.
- Strong knowledge of the Shareholder Services lifecycle is desirable but not essential.
- Fluency in at least one other mainstream European language would be an advantage.