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EY Financial Crime Business Consulting - Senior Manager in London, United Kingdom

Financial Crime Business Consulting - Senior Manager

Consulting

Requisition # LON00IJC

Post Date Aug 19, 2020

AboutEY

EY Financial Services Organization (FSO) works with leading financial services clients globally. We are consistently growing our advisory practices, outpacing competition. We work as one borderless organization - 15,000 employees across 30 countries – building teams who have the skills and experience our clients need. For you, this means exciting opportunities to:

  • Work with global financialservices clients, locally and internationally, to come up with innovativesolutions to complex problems

  • Team up with thebest people on diverse and challenging programmes

  • Share knowledgewith people known for their world-class expertise and insight

  • Be exposed todifferent business cultures and develop an international network ofcolleagues and clients that will last a lifetime

  • Help shape thefuture of financial services

Financial Crime Consulting

Our Financial Crime Consulting team sits within EY’s broader Financial Crime & Forensics solution, which consists of around 160 professionals who advise and drive change for the firm’s banking, capital markets, insurance and asset management clients on Financial Crime. Our Financial Crime Consulting team specialises in topics, including:

  • Financialcrime policy and governance

  • Implementationand oversight of financial crime managed services solutions

  • Anti-moneylaundering transaction monitoring

  • Customerscreening/payment filtering for Sanctions, PEPs and adverse media

  • KYCand customer on-boarding

  • Marketabuse controls

  • Financialcrime risk assessment and risk models

Within the Financial Crime Consulting team, we have regulatory advisory specialists who apply a wide range of regulatory knowledge and technical skills to undertake:

  • Regulatoryreviews

  • Draftingand implementation of policies and procedures

  • Formationand operation of managed services solutions

  • Operatingmodel analysis and design

  • Designand implementation of control frameworks

  • Testingand optimisation of control frameworks

  • Creationand execution of financial crime risk assessment methodologies

  • Remediationactivities, including file review and alert management

The Role

We are looking for financial crime regulatory specialists at Senior Manager level to join our growing team.

Skills and attributes for success

· Desire to build / develop a career in advising our clients with improvements and industry insight in the financial crime area

· Strong interest and commitment to understanding and developing leading edge financial crime prevention solutions to our industry clients

· High level of drive, commitment to achieving solutions and ability to work under pressure

· Flexibility to rapidly understand complex problems and rationalise these into workable solutions which can then be delivered

· Appreciation of EY’s solutions / go to market abilities and how these service client needs

· Strong written and verbal communication, presentation, client service and technical writing skills, coupled with a strong interest in further developing and integrating operations with technology skills

· Strong team player

To qualify for this role, you must have

· 8years’ experience in financial crime gained either through a consultancy, a financial services firm or with a regulatory body or law enforcement

· A strong network across the financial services sector, including banking, capital markets, insurance or asset management

· A proven track record of sales and business development experience

· Demonstrable success in leading high performing teams and delivering large-scale projects

· Extensive knowledge of the financial crime regulatory landscape, gained through activities such as policy review and implementation, risk assessment and control framework design and testing

· Experience in any of the following domains: AML (KYC and/or Transaction Monitoring), Sanctions, Market Abuse

Ideally,you’ll also have

· Practical experience in some of the following areas: policy and procedure review and implementation, financial crime risk assessment, suspicious activity reporting and investigations, sanctions advisory, market abuse controls and high-risk areas such as correspondent banking, trade finance, PEPs

· Experience leading remediation programmes covering KYC, TM or Screening. Proven ability to sell, lead and deliver complex remediation programmes, or leading BAU operations teams.

· Experience in designing and implementing financial crime target operating models

· A background in consultancy, as well as industry experience

· A compliance qualification (e.g. CAMS, ICA diploma)

What we look for

We are interested to hear from people with the right attitude for the job! That’s naturally entrepreneurial people that feed on the energy of a thriving global team. You’ll need a balance of technical and analytical skills, a creative approach to work and strong communication skills. If you’ve got big ideas, as well as the confidence to voice them, this role is for you.

What working at EY offers

We offer a competitive remuneration package where you’ll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with FlexEY you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions.

EY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.

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