Are you looking for a Part-Time remote role? We are looking for a Financial Crime Manager to join our clients team on a part-time basis. The role will be working up to 21 hours per week and can be remote working after the 2 week induction period.
As the role of Financial Crime Manager and MLRO (SMF17) you will be responsible for the oversight and maintenance of effective financial crime systems and controls and the design of the Bank’s financial crime control framework and policies.
Key responsibilities of the Financial Crime Manager
Undertake the role of MLRO (SMF17) ensuring that appropriate AML arrangements are in place and that the relevant legislation is complied with. Arrange for regular reviews to be undertaken to monitor the effectiveness of AML policies and procedures
Maintain/enhance a comprehensive strategy for the business which includes financial crime risks.
Provide advice to business departments on regulatory obligations relating to anti-money laundering (AML), counter terrorism financing (CTF), financial crime (FC) and allied subjects, and on the creation and implementation of regulatory compliant policies and procedures.
Produce appropriate MI/reports, as required.
Experience required of the Financial Crime Manager
Experience in compliance or risk departments in a retail financial services environment (e.g. small bank, building society, large credit union or community bank)
Design and implementation of Financial Crime monitoring programmes
Good knowledge of PRA/FCA and other rules relevant to AML/CTF/FC and experience of liaising effectively with the regulator.
An understanding of the key financial crime risks and controls that exist in the principal operational areas of a small Bank
Experience working as, or reporting to, an MLR
If you feel you have the skills needed for the Financial Crime Manager please don't hesitate to apply online attaching your CV.