• Nigeria


  • Permanent

  • Full-time

Key Roles and Responsibilities Provide oversight and management of country roles including Head, Surveillance and Analytics Responsibilities � System and tuning oversight for surveillance, screening and Customer Due Diligence (“CDD”) � Apply quantitative techniques to develop intelligence and tune systems to better identify and mitigate risk efficiently � Build solutions to monitor for financial crime typologies � Maintain documentation for systems owned in FCC, e.g. rule book Head, Financial Crime Investigations Responsibilities � Manage alert/cases/SARs � Manage escalations from the business � Manage escalations based on customer screening alerts � Manage production orders escalated to Financial Crime Compliance (“FCC”) Head, Financial Crime Intelligence Unit Responsibilities � Oversee media/other research and monitoring � Maintain country watch lists � Manage law enforcement outreach and outreach to banks on intelligence � Support complex Group or cross-jurisdiction investigations Head, Quality Assurance and Performance Responsibilities � Undertake quality assurance in relation to all core Financial Crime Compliance (“FCC”) processes. � Support all control checks undertaken by FCC under the Operational Risk Framework (“ORF”) � Propose control enhancements and simplifications � Provide resources to support work by Segments and Product/FCC/Governance/Sanctions/ABC to upgrade business controls � Generate and monitor all metrics required for tracking operational performance of controls Head, CDD Controls Responsibilities � Undertake country CDD review activity executed in the regional CDD CoE � Review Politically Exposed Persons (“PEP”) files and sensitive client files � Integrate data across processes managed in Controls relevant to the CDD review � Escalate issues requiring business rejection/restriction � Work with Segments and Product Financial Crime Compliance (“FCC”) to escalate issues appropriately with the business at a portfolio level Leadership and Management � Implement and cascade the Group’s policy, framework and procedures to country level � Provide leadership to the Country FCC network as part of the Country FCC management team � Manage outsourcing arrangements where applicable, for example FCC processes hubbed to the Group’s Shared Services Centre � Lead or influence significant programmes of work in support of the financial crime compliance objectives � Assist in the development of an effective internal compliance culture by promoting the benefits of ethical business conduct and the benefits of compliance Knowledge Development and Information Management � Identify and communicate, across the business within the region, relevant changes in Controls policies, procedures and practices – recommending amendments as required � Assist in developing FCC Controls-related training to ensure the business and support units are provided with appropriate training Stakeholders Relations � Partner closely with the Regional FCC Controls and their teams, ensuring there is a consistent message to country FCC, and dealing with country issues as they come up � Support Country Compliance and FCC teams in managing regulatory relationships where FCC issues are a problem Qualifications and Skills Competencies * Partner with the business to make decisions based on the knowledge and interpretation of current and possible future policies, practices, trends and information of financial crime * Develop and implement financial crime compliance arrangements/frameworks (programs, policies and procedures) for bank and business lines * Develop and implement risk and Market Integrity methodologies * Deliver effective FCC/Sanctions/AML/ABC training programs to meet the training needs of the business * Implement prevention and detection client due diligence (CDD, EDD and CIP) to verify the identity of clients * Implement FCC/sanctions/AML/ABC risks identification and assessment and advise business on the findings * Resolve suspicious activity alerts (SARs) * Partner with Business and Operational Risk to identify and mitigate financial compliance risks * Conclude investigations of non-compliant activities * Review system safeguards and recommend process enhancements * Participate in regulatory and supervisory meetings and consultations * Resolve conflicts of interest arising from regulations and information security * Partner with regulators locally or globally Additional * The role holder needs to possess extensive knowledge of the laws and regulations applicable to money laundering, such as MLPA, the Patriot Act, OFAC/HMT requirements and Suspicious Activity Reporting requirements

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