Financial Crime Consultant

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Our client a leading financial services company is looking to hire a Financial Crime Consultant to join the Financial Crime Compliance Team in Malta. The department continues to grow at a very fast pace in the areas of AML/CFT, Compliance, Sanctions, Anti-bribery and Corruption. If you are passionate about regulation and compliance and looking for a dynamic role which provides unique opportunities to develop both personally and professionally, we would encourage you to submit your application to join to GRS for this Malta based role.
  • Assist in Independent tests and audits as needed in the areas of AML/CFT, Compliance, Sanctions, Anti-bribery and Corruption. Carrying out fieldwork, documenting findings and drafting reports to present findings and recommendations to clients
  • Engage in data analysis and the drafting of reports; such as those forming part of risk assessments required in terms of regulatory frameworks in place
  • Drafting policies and procedures to support clients in their day to day compliance
  • Liaise and collaborate with colleagues across the Firm on other Regulatory and Compliance areas
  • Participate in training programs and stay up to date with changes to regulations
  • Assist with Compliance related deliverables such as drafting/updating Compliance manuals, Compliance Risk assessments and compliance monitoring programmes
  • A relevant degree; such as Bachelor's and/or Master's Degree in Advocacy, Criminology, Banking & Finance or in a compliance related subject matter
  • Hold an AML MQF Level 6 /  ICA / ACAMS qualification, or is in the process of sitting for such studies or commit to get it in a year
  • Have a solid understanding of AML/CFT and Compliance principles
  • Possess knowledge of Maltese AML regulations and financial crime risk management would be considered an asset
  • An apt to manage competing priorities and possess strong organisational and planning skills
  •  Proactive in your approach and consistently eager to collaborate with others
  • Eager to learn and invest time to keep up to date with the latest developments and assess their impact
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent written and communication skills with no compromise on quality
  • Confident to deal with different customers on a day to day basis
  • The ability to take initiative and produce work both independently and as part of a team, with minimal supervision
  • Be business oriented and able to identify opportunities of growth
  • At least 2-years of experience in the Financial Crime Compliance field
  • Continuous personal and professional growth through the Learning and Development Program
  • A dedicated Career Coach assigned to you to focus on helping you set your career path and reach your personal and professional goals
  • A Wellbeing Program, which includes an Employment Assistance Program, Nutritional Program and Fitness initiative 
  • Annual performance appraisals
  • A dynamic, diverse and young environment 
  • International opportunities 
  • An open door policy 
  • Regular social and sports activities 
Due to the high volume of applications we receive at GRS Recruitment, only shortlisted candidates will be responded to.
To apply for this position, please email your CV to Sarah Miceli, quoting the above job reference.




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    15 March 2024
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