Posted on :
7 Jan, 2014
7 Jan, 2014
Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.
To ensure that all unusual and suspicious transaction alerts, cases and referrals are investigated thoroughly and all such cases recommended for reporting are promptly reported.
KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Investigation and reporting of SARs to Compliance for Filing to regulators.
• Collation of data for end of month reports
• Review of daily dormant account monitoring reports and escalation of exceptions.
• Handling of transaction monitoring referrals to branches.
• Review of manual and system generated cases on Detica TS.
• Creation of manual cases on Detica TS.
• Review and closure of alerts on Detica CMR
• Performance of Detica QA on Chennai Analysts’ cases.
• Will contribute to ensuring that the bank operates in accordance with legal, regulatory and group requirements regarding the identification and timely reporting of SARs/STRs.
• The ability to critically assess the circumstances surrounding a transaction and to objectively put forward recommendations.
• The ability to understand the regulations that surround the AML/CFT regime in Nigeria and to apply these while taking decisions regarding filing of suspicious transactions.
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
• Minimum of a 2nd Class degree in a relevant course.
• 3-5 years experience in a similar role
• Good Communication and Interpersonal skills.
In compliance with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Act of 2004, all applicants should ensure that they have completed the mandatory NYSC programme. A discharge certificate will be required as evidence of completion of the programme. Where an exemption has been granted, a certificate of exemption will also be required.
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DUE DATE: 13 January, 2014