Come join the dynamic fight
against international financial crime using the latest technologies and
processes in a leading financial institution!
Working with us, you will play
a part in building a better bank that fulfils a meaningful role in society. We
aim to help our 11 million customers around the world improve their lives and
reach their goals. To protect our customers and society as a whole, we dedicate
our best minds and latest technologies to stop money laundering, financing of
terrorism, bribery and corruption and other financial crimes by denying the
criminals access to the banking system. Our scope is international, as we are
the leading bank in the Nordic region with activities around the world, and we
must be always up to date on the lookout for new threats and proactive
responses. The task is exciting and intellectually rewarding. Are you up to the
As a Senior
Data Steward you’ll join Group Financial Crime Prevention (GFCP) at Nordea’s
Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, where we continuously work towards our vision
to have Nordea known for its excellence in protecting customers and society
from financial crime. Our key focus points are Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and
Sanctions area solutions and improvements. We ensure on-going compliance with
regulatory requirements and deliver solutions and services that help
proactively and effectively fight financial crime.
objective will be to support the Transaction Monitoring Data Asset Owner in
planning, supervising and controlling the management and usage of data within
Group Financial Crime Prevention unit through implementation of data governance
structures, routines and processes. You have several years of senior experience
in data management tasks in banking and financial institutions and will be able
to adapt to Nordea’s own definitions and systems in no time.
include, but will not be limited to:
of data standards, including definitions, business rules and data quality
and mapping of data asset -specific standards (data dictionary, data
quality and other business rules);
IT architects and projects in mapping of technical tables and fields to
data asset -specific standards;
compliance with the data standards and defined data quality targets;
with data owners, Data Protection Office and other departments.
Who are you
Ownership. Passion. Courage. The four key values that guide us in being at our best
and that we expect all our colleagues to be committed to. We imagine that you
enjoy learning and are excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re
dependable and willing to speak up – even when it’s difficult.
- You have
strong previous experience in working with data and databases. Concepts /
query languages as SQL, etc. are not strange to you. You have also tried a
bit of VBA programming, Python or something similar. At the same time, you
are not a quant person – the challenge to work with describing the data,
communicating with stakeholders, mapping processes, developing quality
standards etc. is more appealing to you than pure mathematical work with
- You have
previous experience in AML area, preferably in Transaction Monitoring, at
a senior level. You are well familiarized with different reports /
monitoring scenarios banks apply to detect unusual / suspicious
transactions. You have also good understanding about how data flows in a
bank between different systems;
- You have academic degree in Economics, Finance, IT
and/or Computer Science or Engineering;
English. You will be expected to freely communicate with and present to
colleagues and managers at various levels of seniority;
interpersonal and stakeholder management skills. You will do well if you
enjoy collaboration in diverse and multicultural environment;
- You are
reliable with strong commitment and sense of ownership for your tasks and
- You have
experience leading your peers while being able to take a hands-on approach
to delivering results.
Job location will be Tallinn, Estonia, in our modern offices in Ülemiste City. The position is likely to require some travel to other Nordea international sites.
Please send us your CV and separate
motivation letter in English. No candidate will be considered without a well
written motivation letter in English. We will contact the successful candidates in few weeks.
We consider only applicants
with existing work permit in EU and expected residence in Estonia at the time
We believe that diversity
improves team performance. Therefore, we strive to form teams with a mix of
people of different genders and ages, and with different backgrounds and
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