Here at Intrinsic we are recruiting for a Financial Crime Analyst to supporting our adviser population to meet their customer due diligence obligations, ensuring compliance with regulations and internal processes. The Financial Crime Analyst will also be responsible for logging staff gifts and hospitality declarations; ensuring compliance with internal policy. Key Responsibilities and Scope of role:
Facilitating our internal Anti-Money Laundering concession process; assisting our adviser population to meet their regulatory obligations when clients cannot provide standard identity evidence; ensuring that Money Laundering Regulations and internal processes in relation to customer due diligence are met. Using a risked based approach to protect our advisers and our business whilst ensuring good customer outcomes
Conduct routine client monitoring ensuring internal processes are followed when a client has been identified as a High Risk Client. Escalating cases subject to pre-approval to the relevant delegated authorities
Identify and report any Suspicious Activity in line with Intrinsic's internal processes
Identify and report any Risk Events in line with Intrinsic's internal processes
Logging of staff gifts and hospitality declarations; ensuring declarations received are in line with the Intrinsic Gifts & Hospitality policy and relevant approvals have been obtained
Key Behavioural Skill...
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Qualifications required: ICA Certificate in Anti-Money Laundering (preferable) Knowledge, Skills & Experience: Knowledge of regulatory requirements in relation to AML; previous experience in a similar role essential. Inclusion & Diversity:
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