AML Senior Administrator

Job Ref: LF 22307
Posted: 2020-03-25
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Our client, a Private Equity Firm Based in Guernsey, is seeking to recruit an AML Senior Administrator.


Guernsey, Channel Islands


Assist in the day to day management of enquiries from the business relating to AML/CFT within the AML Department.
Provide advice and guidance to all aspects of the business in accordance with the AML/CFT policy and in line with the AML/CFT Handbook.
Support the AML team in the provision of direct support and oversight.
Assist the AML Manager in the collation of Management Information (MI), providing oversight.
Offer support with drafting the MLCO/MLRO Licensee Board Reports.
Manage the satisfactory completion of customer due diligence on new and existing relationships and on-going monitoring obligations in accordance with the provisions of the relevant legislation and the Company’s risk and AML/CFT framework.
Provide assistance to the AML team engagement in the pursuit to maximise the use of technology in all processes in order to control risk and improve efficiency and suggest and specify technology improvements in pursuit of efficiency wherever possible.
Assist with the AML team support to the business in the efficient on-boarding of new clients and fund closing.
Ensure that the Company meets its regulatory requirements and update the AML Team Manager, the GHC and respective Boards with relevant regulatory information and changes.
Assist with implementing a scalable annual AML/CFT client review programme.
Offer support with the final review of all relevant AML/CFT tasks and oversight of tasks.
Provide management information and statistics.
Assist with the on-going tasks of the AML team.
Provide AML/CFT advice and guidance to the business.
Review AML/CFT training requirements and assist as required.
Support and liaise with The Operations Manager to continuously improve processes and systems.
Review the sanctions monitoring alerts and negative news screening results and undertake any actions as required.

Skills / Qualifications

The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor's or a relevant professional qualification such as, The International Diploma, Compliance/AML/FCP or Certified AML Specialist (CAMS). An excellent knowledge of Guernsey AML/CFT, legislation is essential to the role, as is the ability to deliver pragmatic solutions to AML/CFT related issues. The successful applicant will have an understanding of the concept and use of sanctions and customer screening tools, with the ability to monitor systems and suggest changes to system and processes in line with technical change. They will have solid interpersonal and relationship management skills at all levels, with a confident delivery of solutions to support the business. The role will suit a self starter who is capable of working with light supervision and processes a high level of integrity, trustworthiness and confidentiality and has a commitment to continuous professional development.

How To Apply

For further details please call 711188, or email
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