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Anti Financial Crime Specialist

Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Feb 13, 2024

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Job Role
Contract Type
Full Time

From £31828-£39785
Who are Diligenta?
Our vision is to be acknowledged as Best in-class Platform based Life and Pensions Administration Service provider. Customer service is at the heart of everything we do, and our aim is to transform our clients' operations. A business that has been described as 'home' by existing employees, we drive a culture that is founded on positive change and development.

The Opportunity:
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Anti-Financial Crime Specialist to join a leading provider of business process services for the Financial Services sector. Due to a recent promotion, we are seeking an ambitious individual to join our ever-growing team. Within this role you will be responsible for mitigating the risk of financial crimes against Diligenta and/or our clients. You will also have the chance to work with various types of financial crimes such as Money Laundering, Fraud, Terrorist Financing, Bribery and more.
You'll be:

Conducting investigations into potential customer or employee suspicious and actual fraudulent activity, referring to subject matter experts for more complex matters, as necessary
Gathering operational management information for review from a variety of sources and analysing this to highlight financial crime risks and issues
Undertaking of 'spot checks' and ongoing oversight activity of financial crime related operational processes to ensure they remain effective and operate effectively
Providing guidance, consultancy support and training to Diligenta business units on financial crime matters

You should apply if you:

Understand anti-financial crime and counter terrorism legislation. (JMLSG, FSA, POCA, FATF etc.)
Have knowledge of investigations techniques
Have obtained or are prepared to study CII Certificate in Financial Services or equivalent
Have obtained or are prepared to study for ICA qualifications in Financial Crime
Have the ability to work under pressure and be flexible in relation to workload and its prioritisation
Are able to communicate complex regulatory and legislative requirements to staff at all levels of the business who have varying degrees of knowledge

The Perks

25 days holidays + 8 bank holidays
Discretionary annual bonus
Company pension scheme membership
Gain professional accreditation on completion at no extra cost through our bespoke 24/7 professionally accredited online learning and development tools
Access to our Confidential Helpline is available to be used by you and your family
Develop your career through a wider global organisation of the TCS family

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