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May

Kyc Senior Associate - Immediate Start

Robert Walters - Sydney, NSW

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Attractive Salary Package
  • Forward thinking and creative work environment
  • Global Firm
The Financial Crime Risk Management team in Australia operates like a start-up, they have huge ambitions to build a world class capability and have a number of exciting opportunities for people with the highest levels of integrity, a can-do attitude and excellent work ethic.

Responsibilities:
  • Conduct due diligence / surveillance on clients assigned to you per policy, with the utmost confidentiality and with a 100% accuracy
  • Ensuring client results are met and all processes and procedures are adhered to
  • Act as an enabler between our teams located globally, local teams and our clients in Australia to ensure we demonstrate urgency, delight the teams we represent and enable clients in turn being able to delight their client
  • Contribute to the development and, where required to, lead implementation of project outcomes
  • Work with client teams per the authority delegated to you from time-to-time
  • Help review policy, SOPs, Process flows and recommend ideas for improvements.
Experience Required:
  • 2+ years of Banking, Operations or Financial Crime Risk Management experience
  • Experience in Customer Life cycle Management i.e. KYC, Client Onboarding, Product Fulfillment, Offboarding, Periodic Review, Client Middle Office experience
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills and ability to handle team and client discussions
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. To apply please click apply or call Conor Slocombe on +61 2 82893103 for a confidential discussion.

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