Sanctions and Financial Crime Advisor

55000.00 - 60000.00 GBP Annual + GBP55000 - GBP60000/annum
07 Aug 2017
15 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Our client, a global general insurance company are looking for a Sanctions & Financial Crime Advisor to help deliver effective day to day management of trade and economic sanctions compliance for the EMEA region.

Your key duties would be to:

* Ensure the business are aware of relevant regulatory and legislation obligations and requirements in respect of sanctions compliance.
* Produce clear, concise and commercially applicable guidance, reports and advice for review by all tiers of management within the organisation and by senior personnel at external agencies and organisations.
* Create, review and continually review policy, procedure and process documents, to improve efficiency.
* Design content and where appropriate deliver training and presentations on sanctions and financial crime matters to employees at all levels within the organisation.
* Where necessary, to undertake investigations of potential sanction issues or breaches with subsequent liaison with relevant external agencies, or liaison with internal parties such as Global Compliance and / or Legal, as applicable.
* Conduct desk top investigations and enhanced due diligence checks, using a variety of tools, liaising externally with third parties where necessary, to fully understand sanctions and other financial crime issues and potential breaches.

Required experience and knowledge:

* Experience of working within the financial services industry.
* Significant experience of sanctions related roles, and providing sanctions advice.
* An understanding of the legal and regulatory framework relating to sanctions, particularly OFAC, HMT, UN, and EU.
* An understanding of the external reporting requirements for sanctions and financial crime, including OFAC, SEC, HMT, UN, OFSI, FCA and NCA.

If you are interested in this Sanctions and Financial Crime Advisor position and have the relevant skills and experience then please apply now