AML Compliance Manager AML Compliance Manager …

Selby Jennings
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
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Negotiable
Selby Jennings
in Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Negotiable
A prominent multinational investment bank and financial services company is currently seeking a highly driven, responsible and enthusiastic AML Compliance Manager, who will directly report to China AML Compliance Officer in Beijing. They will be in charge of assisting the governance, supervision, and assessment of the AML Program. The role may be available both in Beijing or Shanghai.

The required qualifications

  1. a) Knowledge:
  • Must hold a Degree in Business, Accounting, Law or related disciplines. Other relevant qualification preferred e.g. CAMS.
  • Must have relevant years of AML compliance experience. Or relevant experience in international banks and total 10 years of relevant experience in the compliance field.
  • Must have comprehensive and thorough knowledge and understanding of the regulatory requirements.

  1. b) Skills:
  • Be able to work with minimal supervision and be able to address, analyze and resolve issues with minimal assistance.
  • Self-motivation, independence and friendly personality with good communication skills at all levels is desired.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills both in English and Chinese.
  • Good understanding of banking business and operations.
  • Strong investigative and analytical ability and detailed oriented.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain relationships between the bank and AML regulatory and other authoritative bodies
  • Periodically review AML policies and procedures; ensure AML policies and procedures are compliant with applicable legislation and enterprise AML requirements, and are timely submitted for approval and filed to related regulators.
  • Advise business and 1st line functional departments of the applicable AML Program requirements, changes in legislation, regulator expectations, and developments in AML practices, and maintain or facilitate the access to current legislation;
  • Handle AML related escalations, e.g. PEP, STR and Sanction, etc.
  • Conduct assessment result review for Inherent Risk Assessment and Control Effectiveness Assessment;
  • Develop AML training programs and oversee the appropriate delivery;
  • Prepare and timely submit internal and external reports;
  • Assess AML risk of new products/initiatives;
  • Support Corporate Audit to conduct effectiveness testing;
  • Cooperate with respective stakeholders for regulator on-site inspection;

It is urgent mandate, if you are interested in this role, please don't hesitate to apply.

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