Compliance Analyst -- Financial Crime
Compliance Analyst, Financial Crime Risk (M/F) Who we're looking for
As a Compliance Analyst within Financial Crime Risk, you will report into the European Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and you will have an instrumental role in the Group Financial Crime Team (GFCT).
You will assist the MLRO in developing further and overseeing Europe's AML and Financial Crime Compliance programme, following the guidance of the MLRO who works closely with the Head of Legal and Compliance in Luxembourg and Group Head of Financial Crime Risk in London.
You will act as an expert in your field, advise on regulatory issues, procedures and controls relating to regulatory and legislative issues concerning Financial Crime, and assist the MLRO.
For the purposes of this role summary, "Financial Crime" includes the following topics: anti-money laundering, CTF, sanctions, anti-fraud systems & controls, anti-bribery and tax evasion. About Schroders
We're a global investment manager. We help institutions, intermediaries and individuals around the world invest money to meet their goals, fulfil their ambitions, and prepare for the future.
We have around 4,000 people on six continents. And we've been around for over 200 years, but keep adapting as society and technology changes. What doesn't change is our commitment to helping our clients, and society, prosper. What you'll do
The knowledge, experience and qualifications you need
- Assist the MLRO in developing, enhancing and communicating the local as well as Group's standards and frameworks for mitigating financial crime risks.
- Assist in the overseeing and challenging of business management and local MLROs in the implementation of the local as well as Group's standards and in addressing identified financial crime risks.
- Make judgements and decisions/recommendations on appropriate actions in relation to financial crime issues.
- Provide advice, guidance and updates on the application of financial crime policy and best practice, as well being a trusted advisor to the businesses within Schroders.
- Involve in the collation and production of Management Information.
- Attend appropriate industry groups to keep abreast of current or prospective regulatory developments and industry best practices and, where necessary, articulate our views.
- Assist and overseeing compliance with Luxembourg requirements in respect of - Anti-money laundering, CTF, sanctions; fraud investigation, anti-Bribery and tax evasion.
- Provide periodic updates on the strength of the FC systems and controls to the relevant Lux boards.
- Participate in and assisting with the performance of due diligences and regular monitoring processes.
- Develop and maintain an understanding of all areas of the business relevant to the role.
- Foster relationships with all relevant areas of the business. The role would have a considerable impact on a number of functions within the organisation or on the organisation as a whole.
The knowledge, experience and qualifications that will help
- 1 to 3 years' of experience in the field of financial crime risks and regulatory requirements and best practice processes and controls, either in a relevant asset management or banking environment.
- Degree or equivalent.
- Excellent English writing skills.
- Able to prioritise and manage multiple tasks.
- Able to communicate and collaborate at an advanced level with others in the organisation across functional and geographical boundaries.
- Show initiative and a collaborative approach to the identification and resolution of issues
What you'll be like
- ACAMS our any relevant Certification would be appreciated
- French skills would be an advantage
We're looking for the best, whoever they are
- You are Solution-oriented and able to "think outside the box".
- You are comfortable to deal with ambiguity and complexity
Schroders is an equal opportunities employer. You're welcome here whatever your sex, marital status, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religious belief or age.