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Financial Crime Officer (Part Time)

Triodos is a bank that is rooted in sustainability. We exist to use money to benefit people and the planet, bringing together savers and investors who want to change the world for the better with sustainable enterprises doing just that.

Location: Bristol
Contract: Permanent
Date added: 05/07/17
Apply before: 19/07/17

Triodos Bank is one of the world's leading sustainable banks. Our mission is to make money work for positive social, environmental and cultural change. This is an exciting time for the right person with a strong commitment to our mission to join a growing bank. Our Legal and Compliance team helps to ensure that Triodos Bank UK adheres to all applicable laws and regulations and safeguards customers' interests. The team have a wide range of roles and responsibilities, which include developing and maintaining the compliance framework; identifying, mitigating and monitoring risks, providing guidance and query resolution for the business, and preventing the Bank from being used for financial crime; including fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing.

We are pleased to be recruiting for the role of Financial Crime Officer on a part-time basis of 3 days per week. Reporting to the Head of Legal and Compliance, with a responsibility to ensure the business adheres to regulatory requirements in relation to the prevention of financial crime. Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Processing to conclusion Suspicious Activity Reports received from co-workers and providing guidance on financial crime related queries from co-workers
  • Assisting in the continual development of the financial crime framework; to include anti-money laundering, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption, countering terrorist financing, market abuse and fraud
  • The proactive development and delivery of continual education and training to the business on technical areas with the specialism in Financial Crime (Customer Due Diligence (CDD), terrorist financing, and fraud)
  • Developing and maintaining the branch's Financial Crime policies and procedures with focus on those impacting the prevention of financial crime, including coordination and influence with Group policies
  • Assisting the first line control function with a continual assessment programme of the UK fraud and AML monitoring parameters to ensure the alert generation remains appropriate and effective for the UK current risk profile of products, services and customers
  • Ensuring anti-financial crime knowledge remains up-to-date, chiefly through reading, but some ad-hoc seminar attendance may be required
  • Providing guidance to local functions on prevention of financial crime, following up any concerns to deliver effective mitigation of the regulatory risk
  • Assessing the level of risk and, in conjunction with the Head of Legal and Compliance, delivering judgement in relation to the prevention of financial crime, also anticipating risks and where appropriate challenging the business, so that innovative and clear solutions are achieved
  • Producing required reports and action plans for the UK Head of Legal & Compliance including those for Core Management Team and Group Compliance such as MLRO reporting and assessments. Plus external reporting, as required, to FFA UK and CIFAS
  • Project Management of Legal and Compliance led Financial Crime Projects
  • Complete and report on second line financial crime related Compliance monitoring (including QA on Customer Due Diligence processes performed by the first line)

You will have experience gained in a financial crime compliance related role within financial services would be required; desirably relating to banking, savings and investment products. A knowledge of the UK financial sector regulators and UK / European regulations including, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), UK anti money laundering (AML) regulations, terrorist financing, and more general compliance matters. A compliance qualification would be preferable. In return for your commitment and hard work, you will receive a competitive basic of up to £35,000 (pro rata) depending experience, plus a benefits package including:

  • Non-contributory pension scheme from your first day of 5% in year 1 and 10% from year 2 onwards 
  • Life Assurance - x 4 basic pay 
  • Income Protection - 75% of basic pay after 13 weeks sick and following six months service 
  • A wellbeing allowance - £50 a year to spend on a hobby, interest, pampering or something else to improve your wellbeing 
  • 25 days (FTE) plus bank holidays per annum 
  • A buy and sell holiday scheme of up to 5 days (FTE) 
  • Voluntary benefits, including discounts and childcare vouchers

Please email your CV with a covering letter explaining why you would like to work for Triodos and be suitable for the role to HR@triodos.co.uk, including salary expectations.

Please note, Triodos Bank reserves the right to bring forward the closing date of any of its job vacancies in the event that we receive a suitable number of high quality applications from which to make a shortlist. Therefore, we recommend that you apply for one of our roles as soon as possible rather than wait until the published closing date. Triodos Bank is a Living Wage employer and embraces diversity in the workplace.

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