The Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Associate will provide support to the FCC Manager and: minimize the risk of financial, regulatory or reputational loss of SCB Brazil by assisting the business and support units to meet all Financial Crime Compliance (Anti Money Laundering (AML), Sanctions and Anti-Bribery & Corruption (ABC)) requirements of the Group as well as all applicable local laws, rules and regulations.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
- Assist the Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Manager in relation to the following activities: - Provide support concerning Anti -Money Laundering (AML) , Sanctions, Anti Bribery Corruption (ABC) and Client Due Diligence (CDD) advice to the business and functions in Brazil - Interface between the Bank and local regulators, government agencies and law enforcement on FCC matters, including regulatory exams - Provide support related to external and internal risks. - Work with the business and functions to drive the development of appropriate mitigation strategies. - Disseminate and implement Group FCC Policy, Procedures and Standards, as well as ensure appropriate policies and procedures are consistent with the local laws, rules and regulatory requirements. - Identify and communicate, across the business and functions, relevant FCC changes - ensure policies and procedures are amended as required. - Evaluate changes to policies and procedures to ensure they are consistent with group policies and procedures while reflecting standards of 'best practice'. - Work with technology and operations teams to ensure changes to systems and processes are consistent with FCC policies and procedures - Communicate key changes to local laws, rules and regulations which have an impact on the Group. - Provide guidance on proper application and interpretation of FCC-related laws, rules, regulations and policies applicable to the SCB Brazil. - Partner with senior business management in the promotion of a culture of compliance with legal, regulatory and related FCC policy requirements. - Perform regular monitoring reviews on CDD procedures and FCC related-matters as required from Group and local regulators. - Assist in the completion of FCC Global Risk Assessments and any additional risk assessment as required by local regulators. - Prepare Group MI reports and metrics as well as local regulatory reporting on FCC-related matters. - Handle alerts and related routines of the transactions monitoring system and name screening - Execute country ABC controls and procedures - Translate documentation into Portuguese and/or English languages
Qualifications and Skills
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, International Affairs or a related field - 3-5 years of proven knowledge and understanding of FCC-related matters - Proven knowledge of regulatory processes and activities with an understanding of applicable regulatory requirements - A developed ability to identify and assess risk - Proven experience with AML/Sanctions and automated AML screening and monitoring tools - Ability to analyse relevant laws and regulations and correlate regulatory issues to products and business models. - Ability to identify and articulate compliance issues. - Problem solving and solution finding skills - Ability to lead discussions around complex problems with relevant stakeholders - Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, International Affairs or a related field - Fluent English proficiency level for conversation, writing and reading;
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