They also provide a full range of physical security, financial crime, investigations, and anti-money laundering (AML) services to business units.
- Manage the planning, execution and completion of Sanctions services in accordance with relevant industry Standard Operating Procedures.
- Manage resources to assess Sanctions alerts in accordance with agreed time-frames.
- Communicate matters as relevant/appropriate and in accordance with agreed escalation reporting processes.
- Ensure collation and security of necessary information and evidence to enable effective assessment of incidents and work in collaboration with the investigations team as required.
- Provide statistics, analysis and commentary for Sanctions reports as required and update Bank systems accordingly.
- Provide reports and evidence to relevant external agencies as required and effectively respond to queries as required.
- Maintain an up to date focus on financial crime and security related trends and emerging issues and share knowledge obtained.
- Undertake additional tasks as directed by the Senior Sanctions Manager
- Experience in an investigative discipline.
- Tertiary qualification in a related discipline is preferred.
- Financial services industry based knowledge and experience.
- Sound understanding of AML/CTF within the banking and finance industry.
- Management experience in either a Financial Crimes team or a Operational Risk team.