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Anti-Money Laundering Officer

Employer
Barbara Houghton Associates Ltd
Location
Northwich, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Nov 30, 2021

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Job Role
Other
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Level of qualification
Newly qualified, Qualified, CIMA
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Our client, a well-established Commercial Bank is looking for an AML Officer to join their team based in Cheshire.
This role will report to the Deputy MLRO.
This is an excellent opportunity for an individual to gain knowledge of this specialist area; who has an aptitude for complex investigative work, who is looking for a challenging and varied role within the Bank's first line of defence.
Responsibilities
• Act as a key point of contact on money laundering issues.
• Draft reports to the senior management of the firm relating to the effectiveness of antimony laundering procedures.
• Provide advice on regulatory issues on areas of responsibility to all areas of the Bank's business.
• Help arrange, administer and ensure that all staff have appropriate training in relation to money laundering.
• Support the Deputy MLRO with day to day AML activities/projects.
• Help ensure that the business maintains an appropriate level of awareness of AML and to monitor adherence to the firms Anti Money Laundering Policies and Procedures.
• Help ensure the Bank's AML systems and Controls meet or exceed required regulatory standard.
• Assist to ensure the Bank's systems and controls meet or exceed the required regulatory standards in respect of Data protection and information security.
• Assist to ensure the Bank's Business Continuity plan is up to date, meeting or exceeding regulatory standards and is fit for purpose.
Skills and knowledge

• Educated to degree level
• Interest of working within financial services
• Excellent communication skills both written (including report writing) and verbal
• Strong planning and organising skills
• A good team player
• Able to work on own initiative
• A good attention to detail, adaptability, a keenness to learn and accurate typing skills.
• Ability to build relationships effectively, both in the immediate team and the widerBusiness
• Relevant experience within an office environment desirable
• Knowledge of legislation and regulation surrounding financial crime desirable
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