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This role is based in the Isle of Man and as such all normal working days must be carried out in the Isle of Man.
Join us as a Financial Crime Officer
- If you have an investigative mind-set and an appetite to progress within financial crime prevention, this role in our Financial Crime Investigations team could be a great career move
- Focused on Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Countering Terrorist Financing (CTF) investigations, you'll collate data in compliance with legal notices and undertake corresponding investigations generated by them and various other triggers, such as Internal Money Laundering Suspicion Reports
- It's an opportunity to build your professional network through engagement with both internal and external stakeholders, such as law enforcement, intelligence agencies and regulatory agencies
- We're offering this position for a period of 12 months
What you'll do
As a Financial Crime Investigator, your investigations will involve conducting internal searches and external open-source searches, transaction activity analysis, the identification of trends and the collation of supporting documentation. You'll then pull this together into a factual report for submission to the corresponding jurisdictional Money Laundering Reporting Officer, to assist their decision-making.
It’ll also be your responsibility to:
- Help plan, develop and execute targeted operations and work with colleagues to detect customers who are potentially engaged in money laundering and terrorist financing
- Support senior members of the investigations team to plan, prepare and publish an analytical summary of investigation results and actionable recommendations
- Provide specific case advice in respect of money laundering and terrorist financing investigations
- Aid the development of new money laundering and terrorist financing products for non-traditional client groups
- Develop a network of contacts necessary to progress investigative work
The skills you'll need
You’ll need prior experience in ML/TF investigations gained in the banking industry, law enforcement, the military, government or another public body. Along with this, you’ll be familiar with the intelligence cycle and will have prior exposure to developing and maintaining criminal-related information and intelligence.
You’ll also need:
- Developed investigative skills, ideally with a focus on financial investigations
- A track record in developing a network of internal and external relationships
- Experience of identifying, assessing and mitigating business risks
- The ability to influence business stakeholders to make sure that processes associated with intelligence and investigations run effectively and efficiently