FCIO Analyst’s prime responsibility is to support Line Manager to meet their obligations in terms of local laws, regulations and Group Policies and Standards for the prevention with as to AML & Terrorist Financing and Sanctions.
To provide pro-active support to FCIO Team and ensure all Group standards of conduct are followed, so as to protect and enhance the reputation of the Bank with its regulators and avoid significant financial loss.
To promote, throughout culture and practice of Compliance within FCC with the letter and spirit of regulatory requirements and ethical standards in the conduct of business.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Undertake initial investigation of alerts to identify AML / CTF risks by applying risk based approach. Timely reviewing and closure of Alerts as per process and guidelines.
Assist Seniors and Line Manager in developing effective controls and procedures relating to standard procedures.
Undertake responsibility in identifying Suspicious Individuals & Entities and initiating a review of suspicious cases and any systems exception reports.
Investigate meticulously True Matches for escalation where required and inform Seniors for review and escalation to Line Manager.
Accept responsibility for timely closure and continuous improvement of quality in FCC function.
Ensure Gap identified (if any) during investigation and Sanctions linkages are reported and escalated in a timely manner.
Ensure timely reporting and escalation of significant issues to relevant management under conformity from Line Manager.
To assist Line Manager in ad-hoc assignments and group projects.
Provide active support in system enhancement, new system implementation, testing and highlighting any anomaly (i.e. UAT/UVT/DR Drills etc.).
To accept challenges as a team member in guiding right direction to analysts and instrumentalzing work expansion within FCC.
Qualifications and Skills
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Timely reporting and escalation of significant / High Risk issues.
Highlighting potential gaps with correct justification and in- depth analysis performed.
Successful system implementation (minimal or no operational risk issues).
Compliance with Local Regulatory and Group AML Policies & Procedures and Sanctions.
IN RELATION TO AML, THE JOB HOLDER SHOULD POSSESS:
Professional with Core Compliance or business skills and that contribute to positive working relationships with counterparts in the Unit and the business.
Understand basic and key knowledge of applicable AML Laws and Regulations of Pakistan and the ability to interpret and apply them to actual situations.
Detailed understanding of relevant policies and standards on AML and Sanctions.
Basic knowledge of banking products and support structure.
Strong written, verbal, analytical and communication skills
Personal authority, integrity and decision making skills.
Should be able to deliver in pressure and provide reasonable solutions in the improvement of work.
Must possess ability to assess risk, excellent interpersonal skills and multi cultural awareness and sensitivity.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to complete tasks in timely manner. Self-motivated and self-reliant, with the ability to provide practical and effective advice.
Sound working knowledge of MS Office suite particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
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