About the Financial Integrity Network
FIN is comprised of a unique set of professionals who have operated at the forefront of counter-illicit financing in the private and public sectors. Our clients include governments, global banks, and non-bank financial institutions grappling with the challenges of an evolving financial integrity environment.
As our business grows, we're seeking strong candidates with a proven passion for and technical expertise in the regulatory aspects of financial crimes compliance, including sanctions, anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing, and anti-bribery and corruption.
The Senior Associate – AML/CFT Regulatory Affairs will serve a critical role in the Financial Integrity Network (FIN)’s continued growth by driving and managing the development of anti-money laundering/counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) work product and services, including through product design and quality assurance, oversight and direction of FIN Associates, and client engagement and business development in support of FIN Principals.
General Duties and Responsibilities
Provide expert level quality assurance in reviewing all AML/CFT work product, including for:
- Existing commercial clients covering primarily global and regional banking and non-banking financial institutions;
- Prospective business development covering jurisdictions, financial institutions and sectors, and other vulnerable companies and industries; and
- Policy work for think tanks, government interaction, publications, speeches, and media.
- Assist in managing and overseeing FIN Associates in the design and development of AML/CFT work product, including by:
- Directing, shaping, and editing Associate AML/CFT work product;
- Creating, and developing new or existing AML/CFT products or services for existing or prospective clients or markets; and
- Assisting in tasking and managing Associate workload.
Support FIN Principals in client engagements and business development, including by:
- Serving as an AML/CFT expert trainer in FIN’s training programs for various clients;
- Serving as an AML/CFT subject matter expert in client engagements and meetings; and
- Participating as an AML/CFT subject matter expert in various conferences, workshops, or symposia.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
- Plan and conduct examinations to evaluate the financial crimes compliance (FCC) programs, systems, and controls of FIN-client financial institutions and/or jurisdictions;
- Assess the quality and effectiveness of FIN-client FCC programs, systems, and controls in relation to global standards and supervisory expectations (e.g., OCC, FED, SEC, FDIC, OFAC, etc.);
- Produce reports for and present work product to FIN clients in support of relevant FCC findings; and
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of FCC laws and regulations pertinent to FIN clients and supervisory expectations.
At least four years of professional experience in AML/CFT compliance and policy, including project management experience; and
Minimum of five years experience working in one or more of the following roles:
- Financial institution FCC officer;
- FCC bank auditor;
- FCC bank examiner (e.g., OCC, FED, SEC, FDIC, etc.); or
- FCC consultant;
- Expert-level understanding of AML, BSA, and OFAC laws and regulations and relevant supervisory expectations;
- Advanced knowledge of FCC best practices for global financial institutions; and/or
- Experience assessing, validating, designing, or managing various FCC controls, automated monitoring systems, transaction surveillance, operations monitoring, reporting, and/or interdiction systems.
Compensation and Career Path
Market competitive and firm centric--to be discussed.