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KYC/AML Analyst - German or Dutch fluent

  • Location City of London
  • Job-type Contract
  • Reference BBBH106685

My client is looking for German or Dutch fluent KYC/AML Specialists.

The Client requires contractors for remediation of LOW/MED/HIGH Risk category files which are comprised of corporate clients based all around the globe.

The role will require the following experience:

  • Review of existing KYC information and documentation held on file (repositories and document storage tools)
  • Review of the existing Anti Money Laundering (AML) policy and related procedures to identify new requirements, tops up or renewal of information/documentation held on file
  • Collating and reviewing KYC docs in accordance with the companies AML policy requirements to identify AML risks associated with the client, and assess overall risk
  • Construction of KYC files with the required information and documentation in accordance with policy
  • Notification to the relevant teams where client outreach is required for information/documentation which cannot be collected publicly.
  • Escalation to the appropriate teams where information cannot be sourced or provided or where prior exceptions have been granted on existing files.
  • Client Outreach where required. Communicating with clients and their clients to obtain information and documentation required to complete KYC/CDD reviews. Able to communicate reasons why certain documents are required.
  • Carrying out checks of files before assigning to the Lead/Second Line for sign off and approval
  • Doing screening using systems to identify Sanctions, PEPs, and Adverse Media in relation to the entities and related parties within the policy and procedure
  • Ensure you keep accurate MI for the duration of the delivery to cover productivity, overall status, issues and escalations
  • Experience (AML/KYC due diligence roles) within Capital Markets, Corporate /Investment Bank and Financial Institutions
  • You will need knowledge of AML/KYC regulations and industry guidelines
  • Understanding of the possible implications of financial sanctions on banks and financial institutions (OFAC, HM Treasury, EU and UN sanctions)