Financial Crime MI & Systems Analyst

Sanderson Recruitment Plc

Posted on Feb 9, 2024 by Sanderson Recruitment Plc
Bradford, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Accountancy
Immediate Start
£43k - £43k Annual
Full-Time

Role Specific Accountabilities

  • A key resource in the production, creation and presentation of MI
  • Co-ordinating activities to ensure MI is delivered to stakeholders in a timely and effective manner
  • Identify opportunities and best practise across all risk types that improve control and deliver efficiencies with Data and MI
  • Develop knowledge of financial crime systems and controls used by the Group
  • Triage queries, MI and data request to support business stakeholders
  • Develop accurate reporting that proactively outlines outcomes and deliverables and makes them transparent to internal and external stakeholders
  • Determine data structure and documenting data requirements/mapping
  • Develop a good understanding of the financial crime risks and typologies relevant to the company
  • Rules and scorecard analysis for financial crime systems and controls

Shared Accountabilities

  • Support implementation of Divisional plans and deliverables to deliver overall Group strategic priorities
  • Maintain key external and internal relationships which create value, collaborating to deliver commercial and customer priorities
  • Role model Company Values, champion diversity and challenge behavior contrary to the Values
  • Manage risks associated with team and/or service delivery
  • Uphold corporate legal and regulatory responsibilities
  • Manage and implement transformation and change activity and harness innovation to create a high performing and sustainable business
  • Support all aspects of financial crime systems testing, evaluation and benefit tracking
  • Support the Financial Crime Optimisation team to drive change and increased effectiveness, through the correct use of systems and controls

Skills, Knowledge & Experience

Functional/Technical (Role Specific)

Essential

  • Knowledge in financial crime risk including experience of AML, KYC, Sanctions and Fraud retail banking products and the UK regulatory environment
  • Understanding of both the risk and technical aspects of financial crime controls relating to customer screening and transaction monitoring
  • Evidence of professional learning and development to build and maintain skills and expertise
  • Ability to carry out data analysis using SAS or SQL
  • Strong analytical skills

Desirable

  • Related financial crime qualifications
  • Use of R or Python for statistical analysis
  • The ability to build data models
  • Ability to carry out Financial Crime system testing and evaluation
  • Rules analysis and scorecards administration
  • Presenting MI using Tableau or Power BI

Sector

  • Understanding of financial services industry, markets and competitors
  • Understanding of how financial services organisations operate and the associated regulatory environment
  • Understanding of the Mutual Sector and the needs and interests of Members (desirable)

Commercial

  • Ability to work within agreed parameters
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation, compliance, corporate governance, quality assurance and risk management

Interpersonal

  • Effective communication, engagement and influencing skills
  • Ability to effectively represent the company through maintaining collaborative relationships
  • Drive customer centric business outcomes
  • Build trust and credibility with Stakeholders in order to objectively engage them and where appropriate challenge where appropriate

Reference: 2713708902

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Sanderson Recruitment Plc

Financial Crime MI & Systems Analyst

Sanderson Recruitment Plc

Posted on Feb 9, 2024 by Sanderson Recruitment Plc

Bradford, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Accountancy
Immediate Start
£43k - £43k Annual
Full-Time

Role Specific Accountabilities

  • A key resource in the production, creation and presentation of MI
  • Co-ordinating activities to ensure MI is delivered to stakeholders in a timely and effective manner
  • Identify opportunities and best practise across all risk types that improve control and deliver efficiencies with Data and MI
  • Develop knowledge of financial crime systems and controls used by the Group
  • Triage queries, MI and data request to support business stakeholders
  • Develop accurate reporting that proactively outlines outcomes and deliverables and makes them transparent to internal and external stakeholders
  • Determine data structure and documenting data requirements/mapping
  • Develop a good understanding of the financial crime risks and typologies relevant to the company
  • Rules and scorecard analysis for financial crime systems and controls

Shared Accountabilities

  • Support implementation of Divisional plans and deliverables to deliver overall Group strategic priorities
  • Maintain key external and internal relationships which create value, collaborating to deliver commercial and customer priorities
  • Role model Company Values, champion diversity and challenge behavior contrary to the Values
  • Manage risks associated with team and/or service delivery
  • Uphold corporate legal and regulatory responsibilities
  • Manage and implement transformation and change activity and harness innovation to create a high performing and sustainable business
  • Support all aspects of financial crime systems testing, evaluation and benefit tracking
  • Support the Financial Crime Optimisation team to drive change and increased effectiveness, through the correct use of systems and controls

Skills, Knowledge & Experience

Functional/Technical (Role Specific)

Essential

  • Knowledge in financial crime risk including experience of AML, KYC, Sanctions and Fraud retail banking products and the UK regulatory environment
  • Understanding of both the risk and technical aspects of financial crime controls relating to customer screening and transaction monitoring
  • Evidence of professional learning and development to build and maintain skills and expertise
  • Ability to carry out data analysis using SAS or SQL
  • Strong analytical skills

Desirable

  • Related financial crime qualifications
  • Use of R or Python for statistical analysis
  • The ability to build data models
  • Ability to carry out Financial Crime system testing and evaluation
  • Rules analysis and scorecards administration
  • Presenting MI using Tableau or Power BI

Sector

  • Understanding of financial services industry, markets and competitors
  • Understanding of how financial services organisations operate and the associated regulatory environment
  • Understanding of the Mutual Sector and the needs and interests of Members (desirable)

Commercial

  • Ability to work within agreed parameters
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation, compliance, corporate governance, quality assurance and risk management

Interpersonal

  • Effective communication, engagement and influencing skills
  • Ability to effectively represent the company through maintaining collaborative relationships
  • Drive customer centric business outcomes
  • Build trust and credibility with Stakeholders in order to objectively engage them and where appropriate challenge where appropriate

Reference: 2713708902

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