A key client of ours specialising in the financial and corporate sector is currently seeking to onboard a SeniorComplianceAdvisor to join their team of professionals:
Leading and contributing to financial crime compliance advisory projects, including the carrying out of process audits, gap analysis, simulated on-site inspections, the drafting and/or review of policies and procedures, the drafting and/or review of staff manuals, assistance with the drawing up and implementation of remediation plans and providing ongoing technical and operational assistance to MLROs and Compliance Officers.
Assisting clients with the drawing up and updating of AML/CFT risk assessments.
Carrying out reviews of the adequacy of policies and procedures and their implementation, and the drawing up of reports and remediation plans.
Review of suspicious transactions, ongoing transaction monitoring, file reviews, account reviews, file remediation and the carrying out of customer risk assessments.
Leading AML/CFT projects and providing support to team members to ensure that all projects are executed in a timely manner.
Coaching, mentoring, and guiding other advisors.
Delivering AML/CFT training workshops.
Development and management of systems adopted by the department, ensuring their effectiveness and efficiency.
Skill-sets and Requirements
A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an AML/CFT role
A minimum of 1 year experience in a senior position.
Previous experience working with a regulatory/supervisory body or advisory firm will be considered an asset.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, in English
Excellent computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word
Excellent report writing skills and strong interpersonal skills
Education & Experience
A university degree or equivalent qualification in a related area
Sound working knowledge of the laws governing the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism in Malta, the FIAU Implementing Procedures, the relevant EU legislation, and the international standards