Munkavégzés helye: Budapest V. kerület (Pest megye)
Jelentkezési határidő: 2022. március 30.
Várható kezdés: 2022. március 31.
Cushman & Wakefield
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Qualifications (education) required for filling the position:
Educated to degree level (BSc) or equivalent
Other professional qualifications required for filling the position:
At least 2 yrs experience within similar Business Administration or Risk & Compliance role dealing with B2B checks is required, preferably within a professional services environment
Demonstrable experience of EU CDD/KYC/AML process
Knowledge of EU Money Laundering regulations, POCA, UN, EU, UK, US sanctions protocols
Experience of using online company information resources (e.g. Dun & Bradstreet, Company registries, Credit Safe, Experian, Attus watchdog, Worldcheck)
Foreign language skills required for filling the position:
Knowledge of any other European language is an advantage
Required skills for filling the position:
Attention to detail with an understanding of data quality controls
Excellent data administrative and organisational skills with the ability to prioritise
High degree of proficiency with Microsoft software packages including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Organised and with strong data administration skills
Strong IT skills with a good knowledge of Microsoft desktop applications, collaboration tools (MS Teams/Skype), Email, Databases, and online Web resources
Confident and professional telephone manner with good communication skills
Fluent English speaker
Capable of working independently within a multi-national team
Comfortable working within an agile change culture
Calm, professional outlook with the experience of working under pressure and within a busy environment
Angol - Felsőfok, szóban és írásban
Undertake Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/CDD checks and investigative analysis on all new and existing client instructions in accordance with the legal statutes and internal policies
Investigative analysis to cover a broad range of high-risk factors including PEP involvement, high risk jurisdictions, sanctions information, financial due diligence, intelligence and other reporting systems.
Process new client file opening requests and re-verification of existing clients.
Process queries received into the team workflow inbox and other tasks to ensure internal SLAs are achieved including hand-offs to other departments.
Liaise with PA's, fee earners, partners and the Risk and Compliance team on potential AML issues, technical and general queries.
To feedback on outcomes and follow up on requests for further information or remedial action, including enhanced due diligence and ongoing monitoring
To be responsible for storing and archiving results, paperwork packs and documentation in accordance with laid down procedures.
To contribute to data quality reporting as required
Assist with compiling Management Information ('MI') Statistics for stakeholders.
Undertake project work in relation to BAU workflows, risk monitoring systems and controls.
To provide administrative support for the UK Practice Management systems