KYC Analyst SOW (HA-33918955)
- 2-4 years of experience working with Private Banking Source of Wealth Remediation work.
- Basic knowledge of project management.
- On boarding KYC Clients experience
- Responsibilities for the Level 1 review include KYC write-ups, gap identification, working with Level 2 of compliance, document corroboration, and BAU work.
- Understanding of Source of Wealth/ Funds Corroboration.
- Ability to map out the SOW Journey.
- Experience working with MAS and similar regulators in the region.
- KYC and periodic review experience is beneficial.
- Gap identification, BAU project work, document corroboration.
- Ability to carry out the role remotely and independently.
- You may have experience in the financial services industry, as a regulator, or in a Big 4 professional firm.
- Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and manage projects.
- Strong analytical, presentation and report writing skills.
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, and Excel.
- Good written and proficient oral communication skills in both English is a must.
- Soft skills: Investigative mindset, innate professional skepticism, and ability to carry out plausibility testing.
- Soft skills: Ability to collaborate while working remotely and independently for 90% of the time.
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