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An expert in Anti-Money Laundering Compliance, Know Your Customer and regulatory compliance, within banking, payments, or FinTech. You’re an experienced leader and strategic thinker who is excited about helping clients untangle complex problems and develop new solutions. You’ve built large programs, from the ground-up, love big challenges and are ready for a new one.
You understand the complex problems that banks and FinTech organizations face when it comes to AML/KYC, and are excited about finding innovative ways to effectively and efficiently meet regulatory obligations. You are skills at building trusted relationships within your own organization, with clients, and with ecosystem partners.
- Implement Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) Know Your Customer (KYC) technology solutions including Customer Due Diligence (CDD) platforms
- Conduct reviews of Customer Identification Program (CIP)/CDD processes and operating models to determine effectiveness
- Support and share knowledge with project teams and use analytics to find new ways of working that put people and process first
- Manage project teams, deliverables and budgets across workflows
- Attract new business by creating thoughtful proposals and building strong client relationships
- Show clients where and how to benefit from a more flexible workforce
- Use design-led thinking to improve customer experience
- Help grow the practice by championing Accenture initiatives and products
- Stay on top of how new regulations and technologies affect our clients’ businesses – and ours
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Here’s what you need:
- 5 years working in risk and regulatory compliance within in any of the following industries: financial services, health & public service, communications/media/technology, or resources
- 3 years focused on Anti-Money Laundering/Financial Crimes Compliance
- 3 years in risk and regulatory management consulting from a competitive firm
- Bachelor’s degree
Bonus points if:
- You have at least 3 years in AML process design and re-engineering
- You know all about AML Transformation including client lifecycle management, advanced analytics for AML/KYC/Sanctions, and AML Technology implementation
- You understand front- and back-office operations
- You have experience working in FinTech or with FinTech clients
- You’ve worked with tech vendors in AML/Financial Crime, risk and compliance before (and they still like you)
- You‘re a great meeting facilitator and communicate clearly in person and on the page
- You’ve brought in new business and negotiated complex deals
- You’ve got an MBA after your name or another type of advanced degree
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