Financial Crime specialists required by Big 4
This Financial Crime group has experienced continuous success in recent times and are keen to plan for the future with the addition of shining stars.
The team advice multinational financial services organisations; playing a key part in helping them to develop an integrated, holistic approach to risk and enable them to benefit from their investment in internal controls. This is an opportunity to deliver some of the most significant and class-leading internal audits and risk engagements globally; whilst also gaining the opportunity to team up with their performance improvement professionals in multidisciplinary engagements, helping major global clients to transform and sustain business performance. You will contribute towards growth of the UK team, establishing new business opportunities, managing business relationships and delivering client projects.
In order to be considered you must have experience of financial crime management including anti-money laundering, sanctions, fraud prevention, market abuse, data analysis and monitoring systems; should have experience in the financial services industry, across wholesale banking, retail banking, investment management or general insurance; have practical experience of AML, sanctions, fraud risk, bribery and market abuse, and compliance requirements in regulated businesses; and have experience with the design, development and implementation of internal controls for financial services business processes. You should also have a minimum of an upper second class honours for your bachelors degree in either finance, economics, accounting, engineering or a related field; possess strong interpersonal and leadership skills; and strong analytical skills.
If you are interested in being considered for this fantastic practice group please contact Frances Daniels on 020 7269 6346, or send a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pro-Finance 20-23 Greville Street London EC1N 8SS Contact: Andrew Clark 020 7269 6351
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