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Compliance Analyst

Experis Finance is currently seeking a Compliance Analyst to support AML investigations at our Phoenix based financial services client.


This is a 3-6 month contract based role that will work with a diverse team responsible for performing and executing the firm's Enhanced Due Diligence processes. The position will report to the Senior Team Manager.
Additional responsibilities:



  • Verifies our client's identity

  • Conducts risk based investigative searches

  • Works with 3rd party software resources and conducts open source internet research to understand the nature and purpose of the clients' accounts

  • Creates risk memos for each account

  • Manages daily batch of high risk profiles

  • Identifies and recommends solutions to issues impacting Risk and Controls

  • Builds and manages relationships with the IS and AS Organization Account Teams, International Teams,

  • Financial Consultants, CVRC and AML Investigations and Monitoring Teams

  • Additional projects and tasks based on business and regulatory needs


Requirements:



  • Experience in transaction analysis, use of online research tools and report writing

  • Experience in AML and OFAC policies and applicable regulatory requirements

  • Flexibility and adaptability in handling change and understanding of how that change will impact the team as well as internal business partners

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment

  • Solid understanding of various corporate structures and purposes behind such structures

  • High level of attention to detail with the ability to solve problems and think analytically

  • Organized and strong ability to prioritize while coordinating multiple processes

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Experience with MS Office suite of applications

  • Actimize & LexisNexis would be a plus


Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)


 

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