City of London
Competitive Salary and benefits Experience
Our client, a large International Bank, based in City of London are urgently seeking an KYC Analyst to join their Financial Crime team on a permanent basis.
You need to have experience of KYC (know your client) and onboarding new clients into a Bank.
If you have the relevant experience, then please contact Darren Winter straight away.Responsibilities of the KYC Analyst will include but not limited to:
- Authorise information/documentation supplied by the business departments for completeness, suitability and accuracy, confirming documentation is fit for purpose and is in-line with internal and external requirements.
- Work closely with the Front Office teams to guarantee that the onboarding / reviews of clients are signed off within the set deadline, offering help and guidance as required.
- The successful candidate will work within the Financial Crime Middle Office as a KYC Analyst. The role will entail the successful onboarding of new clients into the Bank, and the completion of periodic reviews on the existing client base.
- Investigate the customers ownership structure, conduct PEP, negative news and sanction checks, in line with the present CDD Standards, and collect any supportive documentation mandatory.
- Work closely with the CPD - Financial Crime Teams, should the analysts work highlight areas that require more in depth investigation, or second line guidance.
- You could also be required to support with project work or testing of system developments as required.
- Deliver regular and ad-hoc MI reporting as to the status of the files under their control.
- Some recognised training in Anti Money Laundering and KYC, or a qualification / study in these areas would be advantageous.
- Must be results orientated and be adaptable to change, including the implementation of new procedures, systems and supporting other areas as needed.
- Prior experience working within a KYC team in the financial sector, and involvement of CDD requirements for corporate / FI entities, would be a plus.
- Knowledge of the products the Bank offers its clients would also be valuable.