Position
Client Onboarding & Periodic Review Analyst


Recruiter
cerFinancial


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
13 January 2016


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Our client a prestigious private bank are urgently seeking a candidate with strong experience of Periodic Reviews and Client Onboarding to join a growing team in London on a 12 month fixed term contract.

Responsibilities of the Client Onboarding & Periodic Review Analyst will include:

Identifying any potential KYC/AML risks in the Bank and report the findings to the Head of Financial Crime Compliance when necessary.

Supporting the Head of Financial Crime Compliance in the management of AML, CTF and KYC issues.

Keeping up-to-date with market and regulatory developments.

Reviewing department procedures and suggesting system process improvements.

Assisting the business as and when required on KYC/AML related queries and providing advice/guidance.

Conducting reviews of new prospects and existing clients, assessing the risk profile and KYC documentation.

Ensuring Management information is updated and compiled.

Successful Client Onboarding & Periodic Review Analyst will have:

Previous demonstrable experience of carrying out periodic reviews of client records

Strong working knowledge of client onboarding processes and the relevant regulations.

The ability to effectively interrogate Internet sources.

Strong computer knowledge.

The ability to research and investigate data from various information sources.

Fantastic communication skills.

Why not call me, Spencer Herbert now to discuss the Client Onboarding & Periodic Review Analyst role. Calling for a confidential chat does not commit you to handing in your notice!

cer Financial are committed to providing one of the premier financial recruitment services as such we will meet you in person and start with an appraisal of your career and then coach you through the interview process, depending on your level of competence.

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