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Data Analyst - Financial Crime

London, United Kingdom, Permanent

Posted: 10 hours ago


Leading private bank based in the City is looking to strengthen their already leading-edge Financial Crime team with the addition of a detail-orientated Financial Crime Data Analyst. The Financial Crime Team is of a high calibre, analytically and is looking to further their financial crime strategy and capabilities. The team is high-performing and produces market-leading work, whilst maintaining an envious work-life balance (hybrid working available).

As a Financial Crime Data Analyst, you'll be focusing on strengthening the data analytics, assessing algorithmic rules performance, liaising with IT, vendors and attending industry events and representing the bank at industry forums. Using your initiative and natural curiosity, you will identify patterns and trends in the data and present your findings to the team and vendors and at times, challenging existing thinking. Overall your work will contribute to the general oversight and controls of the department through your business analysis.

What you will be doing:

  • Proactive identification and investigation of financial crime risk, through data analysis and interrogation, in response to external events including regulator actions, investigations and media reporting.
  • Utilising data to undertake financial crime investigations into customers, transactions and patterns of activity.
  • Identifying problems and recommending enhancements based on the assessment of Financial Crime systems and processes.
  • Liaising with IT and vendors and interacting with the industry making sure you are abreast of events taking place at other institutions and using this information when analysing data
  • Developing a good command of the banks Financial Crime tools and integrations.
  • Supporting other key financial crime initiatives across the Bank, to make sure that relevant risks are appropriately managed

Requirements for the role:

  • Strong Excel skills with experience in data analysis or investigative roles, the ability to conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses of large and complex data as it relates to the project requirements is essential to this role
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to present information to a number of audiences - including non-technical, challenge thinking and build relationships across the business and throughout the industry is essential
  • Experience working in financial crime or anti-money laundering and/or using technology to mitigate related risks would be desirable but is not essential
  • A collaborative approach to work
  • Initiative and naturally inquisitive

This vacancy is being advertised by Montpellier Resourcing Limited. The services advertised by Montpellier Resourcing Limited are those of an Employment Agency.

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London, United Kingdom