Citi CBNA - GF Compliance - Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Analyst in Manila, Philippines

  • Primary Location: Philippines,National Capital,Manila

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree

  • Job Function: Compliance and Control

  • Schedule: Full-time

  • Shift: Day Job

  • Employee Status: Regular

  • Travel Time: No

  • Job ID: 17018625

Description

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Perform compliance reviews (on-boarding and maintenance) and AML Investigations in conjunction with countries/regions, particularly in relation to high risk customers

  • Responsible for the appropriate collection and analysis of documents to assist in identifying unusual transaction patterns

  • Conduct research via available Bank systems and commercial databases, as well as the Internet

  • Interface with relevant units and the business in regards to compliance reviews, investigations, as well as other ad-hoc projects

  • Document review findings, ensure awareness of conclusions and prepare a report of findings for Compliance and Business management

  • Draft STRs, recommend relationship retention or termination, and track recommendations and account closures, as required

  • Responsible for communicating with senior managers, members of the Business and other Citigroup AML monitoring units to ensure findings are incorporated in all aspects of the AML control program

  • Conduct QA reviews of case files, case tracking logs and various AML processes

Qualifications

Qualifications/Experience:

  • Graduate degree from a recognized university (Accountancy, Banking, Business, Economics or Law) or relevant professional qualification in financial services or audit

  • Post graduate degree is a plus

  • Minimum five (5) years’ experience in:

  • Conducting AML investigations, including undertaking customer transaction reviews and open source research, with the aim of identifying potentially suspicious activity

  • Conducting Know Your Customer (KYC) related tasks, particularly on high risk customers

  • Preparing/reviewing and/or filing Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs)

  • Familiar with AML typologies and risks associated with banking