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AML Investigator

Reference ID: 1051137_1473783985
Banking, Finance and Insurance
Full Time
Burnaby, BC     

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AML Investigator

Your new role
Reporting into the Anti-Money Laundering investigations Team Lead, you will be required to review and analyse customers' accounts to identify and report on suspicious money laundering and terrorist financing transactions. In this job, you will receive referrals from multiple internal sources and investigate suspicious activity and red flags by conducting internet research, reviewing internal and external databases, as well as reviewing and conducting internal correspondences, as required. You will then recommend a course of action for said customers, fluently discussing internal procedures and policies, and regulatory guidelines.

What you'll need to succeed
You have exceptional written communication skills. You are able to think on your feet and can ask a range of questions. You are extremely analytical and have 1 - 3 Years of experience in a Banking or compliance environment. You are a team player; professional proficiency in a Second Language is an asset, as well as an understanding of Anti-Money Laundering typologies and experience with FINTRAC F2R suspicious transaction reporting software.

This is a 6 month contract with a strong possibility of extension for the right individual.
If you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Posted: September 13, 2016
Closes:November 12, 2016
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