Financial Crime Oversight Manager, Mandatory Reporting Financial Crime Oversight Manager, Mandatory  …

ANZ
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
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Competitive
ANZ
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Competitive
See job description for details
  • Build your career your way
  • Build collaborative relationships to enable objectives to be achieved
  • An opportunity to be an active part of a high performing and engaged team
About The Role
Role Location: 833 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008
Role Type: 24 Months Fixed Term
Reporting to the Financial Crime Oversight Lead, your role is part of ANZ’s Financial Crime Governance & Oversight team that sits within the Financial Crime Portfolio. The oversight team is responsible for globally assessing and determining the health of financial crime risks and providing a view on the level of risks as well as providing support to improve the management of those risks.
As the Financial Crime Oversight Manager for Mandatory Reporting, you will work with Financial Crime Oversight Lead, Divisional and Business stakeholders to ensure that key AML/CTF and Sanctions reporting obligations have adequate process and controls in place and are operating effectively in meeting compliance. This will entail undertaking activities from testing of data to identify or confirm issues, reporting writing, information gathering and surveying ANZ locations, interacting with financial crime and other staff in those locations. The oversight function is responsible for ensuring the Financial Crime Leadership team and Senior Management is made aware of any potential unacceptable risks, and appropriate escalation of identified matters to relevant business or risk stakeholders.
About You
To grow and be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following:
  • Financial crime or assurance knowledge.
  • Strong results and customer focus
  • Strong communication skills
  • Broad based Compliance experience with knowledge in Financial Crime and regulatory reporting including experience in dealing with regulators and/or government agencies
  • Establish collaborative working relationships and be able to build strong collaboration and networks both internally and externally
About ANZ
At ANZ, everything we do boils down to ‘why’ – our purpose – to shape a world where people and communities thrive. We're just as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career.
We are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising our people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy.
A happy workplace is a thriving one. So to attract and keep the best talent, and say thanks for the hard work, we make sure all our employees are rewarded.

We work flexibly at ANZ and encourage you to talk to us about how this role can be flexible for you. Some of the work we do can be done from home, and some from an ANZ workplace – it’s all about what works for your team, and above all else, our customers!

We want to make sure everyone has an inclusive and supportive experience throughout our recruitment process and when joining ANZ. If you are a candidate with a disability, and require adjustments to our recruitment process or the role itself let us know how we can provide you with additional support.
To find out more about working at ANZ or to view other opportunities visit www.anz.com/careers. You may apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and searching for reference number AUS139591

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