AML & Sanctions Processing Specialist, Oslo

AML & Sanctions Processing Specialist, Oslo

We are looking for Transaction Monitoring Investigators to join us in the fight against financial crime. This is an opportunity for you to contribute to global efforts to combat financial crime for the greater good of society.

Compliance and integrity go hand in hand. It’s all about making sure that we’re a trusted partner to both our customers and society – the foundation for great customer experiences.

That’s where you come in. Working with us, you’ll help ensure that compliance underpins every decision we make and every action we take.

Together, we are passionate about building a bank that makes a difference – one where you can learn and grow. Will you help us lead the way in embedding compliance to transform the future of banking?

 

Your future responsibilities

You will join Nordea’s 1st line of defence against money laundering and terrorist financing. We play a leading role in protecting society from financial crime. Our everyday life is fast paced and full of interesting cases.

What you’ll be doing:

Correspondent Banking Investigator:

  • Work proactively and independently with correspondent banking relationships in transaction monitoring using advanced analytics tools
  • Conduct research on items that are unusual in nature, which includes analysing and investigating payment flows and customer networks for suspicious activity
  • Analyse large amounts of information from data sets; facts, figures and numbers to identify correct conclusion based on the findings

AML Investigator:

  • Analyse and detect risks related to AML/CTF and submit SARs (Suspicious activity reports) to the Financial Intelligence Unit with the expected level of quality and within the required timeframe
  • Conduct research on items that are suspicious in nature, which includes analysing and investigating transactions for suspicious activity

Common for both roles:

  • Investigate and analyse customer behavior and prepare written narratives or other reports according to regulatory guidelines, internal procedures and timeframes
  • Present findings, translate data into reports to various stakeholders and recommend appropriate mitigating actions on the observed activity with various stakeholders
  • Support colleagues and managers and be part of keeping your unit updated with regulatory changes and latest trends in the industry

The roles are based in Oslo. Welcome to a highly dedicated and competent team with both global and local responsibilities.

 

Who you are

Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the four key values that guide us in being at our best. We imagine that you enjoy learning and are excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re dependable, willing to speak up – even when it’s difficult – and committed to empowering others.

Your profile and background:

Correspondent Banking Investigator:

  • You have proven several years of experience and understanding of various products / service types including SWIFT/SEPA messages, loro/nostro/vostro accounts, correspondent relationships and financial crime typologies
  • An in-depth specialisation with correspondent relationships and AML/CTF
  • Insight/knowledge within relevant legislation (e.g. AML, MLD4/5, WTR, PSD, data privacy act, GDPR etc.)

AML Investigator:

  • You have experience within the AML/CTF area and compliance value chain
  • Insight/knowledge within relevant legislation (e.g. AML, data privacy act, GDPR etc.)

Common for both roles:

  • Fighting financial crime is a natural part of your DNA
  • Team player with collaborative attitude that thrives with team-oriented goals
  • Ability to proactively identify improvement areas and propose new ways of working
  • ICA, ACAMS (CAMS) or other relevant certifications
  • Relevant master’s -or bachelor’s degree; Preferably Law, Finance or Police
  • Professional English and Norwegian skills are required, both written and oral
  • Aptitude for continuously learning and understanding the AML/CTF risk and concerns
  • Excellent computer skills with e.g. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel). Experience from using data analytics tools is an advantage
  • You enjoy working in a continuously changing environment where you need to analyse and make decisions on complex matters on a daily base

If this sounds like you, get in touch!

 

More information

At nordea.com, you can read more about us and the role we play in society.

At Nordea, we recruit from the widest possible pool and hire the best person for the job. Because diversity makes us stronger. And once you are on board, you will find that we offer equal opportunities to everyone.

Please submit your application no later than 12 August 2019.

For more information about the position, please contact Glenn Andersen Skaug, +47 41381310, glenn.andersen.skaug@nordea.no

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To all recruitment agencies: Please note, we don’t accept unsolicited resumes for any of our positions. All contact regarding agency resumes should be directed to Nordea Talent Acquisition which handles everything related to recruitment.

About Nordea

We are the largest financial services group in the Nordic region and one of the biggest banks in Europe. Our employees add value to our customers and society by sharing a wide range of competencies within finance, tech, business, risk and compliance. Read more about us at nordea.com

About Nordea

We are the largest financial services group in the Nordic region and one of the biggest banks in Europe. Our employees add value to our customers and society by sharing a wide range of competencies within finance, tech, business, risk and compliance. Read more about us at nordea.com