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The company's responsibilities related to Anti-Money Laundering span every business, function and region - and apply to every customer and client of the firm. The AML/Sanctions Consent Order requires that Company Chase make specific process and system improvements - on top of more immediate procedural changes - and drive greater consistency in its approach to AML across the company.
This position will be part of Company's Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance / Anti Money Laundering (AML) Investigations Team, responsible for monitoring and identifying suspicious activity as it relates to protecting the firms Lines of Business.
The successful candidate has strong independent responsibility and demonstrates compliance knowledge in working with both international and domestic clients and products, in addition to large multi-national corporations. This position requires leadership skills, proven investigatory abilities, prioritization skills, and a willingness to tackle new and difficult challenges. In addition, this candidate must have banking system and investigative knowledge. The candidate will be expected to interact with AML management, all lines of business, and the firm's legal, audit and risk departments. This position requires the individual to exercise sound judgment, and high quality standards when conducting investigations.
Collect and document data, including alert, investigation, or Suspicious Activity Report history; Know Your Customer information; relevant account and transaction data; plus any other required information to assist the investigation
Review and analyze underlying data gathered to assess reasonable cause to escalate an alert to Investigations or to clear the alert
Disposition and fully document all alerts, including supporting data, analysis and rationale for disposition, within the case management system in a timely manner
Build relationships with AML Investigations units, effectively communicating and transferring information for case investigations