Client File Review Officer - CDD 18 months (M/F) Client File Review Officer - CDD 18 months (M/F) …

KBL
à Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
CDI, Plein-temps
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KBL
à Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
CDI, Plein-temps
Soyez parmi les premiers à postuler
Competitive
Client File Review Officer - CDD 18 months (M/F)
KBL European Private Bankers, Luxembourg
CONTEXT :
Integrate the "Client File Review" team to support the Institutional client review processes.
Job Responsibilities :
- Promote risk awareness and perform periodic review of client file.

- Be able to analyse all types of Institutional clients.

- Be in charge of the last step "Risk assessment and Quality Check" in the periodic review process.

- Ensure a follow-up of the assessment , identify issues and agree on action plans with the different actors of the process to maintain risk exposure under control.

- Be actively involved with the set up of the activity newly created as a solution provider in terms of creativity, innovation and processes.

- Analyse quantifiable metrics and benchmarks, such as Key Risk Indicators and Key Performance Indicators and prepare Dashboard.

- Report to Management (Compliance, Risk and Compliance Control, GIPS and any relevant committee).

- Participate to any operational meeting with internal and external entities when necessary
  Qualifications :
- Bac +5 in Economy and/or Finance

- 5 years experience in a similar experience
- Good knowledge of Bank Services
- Good command of MS Office tools

- Good knowlegde of AML regulations
Skills :
- Rigorous, Organised and Precise
- Curiosity and Interest to learn news things
- Autonomy
- Good communication skills (oral and writing)
- Team spirit
Languages :
- A perfect command of French and English.

- Knowledge of German or / and Spanish can be an advantage

  

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your application to the KBL Human Resources team at the following email address : recrutement@kbl-bank.com

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