Financial Crime Consultant – (P/T, job-share or F/T)
Financial Crime Consultant – (P/T, job-share or F/T)
Location: Swindon or London (other locations will also be considered)
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Financial Crime Consultant to join the UK Compliance team in Swindon. This is a varied and interesting role supporting a number of AML / Sanctions and Financial Crime processes. The role will ideally suit individuals with extensive Financial Crime regulatory and practical application knowledge and, in particular experience in designing and communicating Financial Crime Policies, procedures and other governance related activities.
This role is available part-time, job-share or full time. This is because we want the best people for our roles, and we recognise that sometimes those people aren’t available full-time.
Provision of AML, Sanctions and other Financial Crime Advice and support to all areas of the UK business including assessment of operational processes, policies and procedures and assisting in review and updating them as required and in line with the Financial Crime Framework and both local and Group policies
Reporting including working with relevant business areas and leading the production of annual Risk Based Approach reviews and supporting annual MLRO Board reporting
Supporting production and management of key financial crime framework components including risk assessment documentation, process maps and procedure guides
Support and where appropriate manage key external reporting requirements e.g. regulatory reporting and submissions
Coordinator of UK Nominated Officers in respect of SARs, External Enquiry, PEP and Sanctions investigations including advising on and where appropriate making external reports to NCA, OFSI and other law Enforcement and regulatory agencies;
Undertaking 2nd line of Defence monitoring of first line activities, conducting reviews and producing relevant internal and external reports and tracking resolution of issues arising, supporting more junior staff and performing quality assurance for other investigators.
Managing Financial Crime project activity, including training and support of AML /Sanctions Networks, Supporting Group Policy development, implementation and maintenance and ad hoc projects as may be required.
Strong business partnering and communication skills
Knowledge and understanding of Life and Savings and General Insurance market in the UK including distribution arrangements
Extensive Financial Crime regulatory and practical application knowledge and, in particular experience in designing and communicating Financial Crime Policies, procedures and other governance related activities.
ICA Financial Crime / Sanctions / AML Diploma or Advanced Certificate or similar
We offer an excellent lifestyle benefits package which includes:
Industry leading Defined Contribution Pension scheme where employer contributions are 12 % of base salary
25 days holiday plus an additional 3 volunteering days
Full private medical cover/ contribution to medical cover
- Car Allowance
- Discounted gym membership
- Discounted technology offers
- Virtual GP appointment
- Home workers allowance
- Plus many more!
At Zurich we will consider requests for flexible working on hiring. Many of our employees work flexibly in many different ways, including part-time, flexible hours, job share, an element of working from home or compressed hours. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you may need.
With about 55,000 employees serving customers in more than 170 countries we aspire to become the best global insurer as measured by our shareholders, customers and employees. If you're interested in working in a dynamic and challenging environment for a company that recognises and rewards your creativity, initiatives and contributions - then Zurich could be just the place for you. The success of our business is built on the contributions of our highly talented employees - people who work every day to position us at the forefront of the insurance industry. We therefore look to hire great people and we encourage those people to give their best.
You’ll feel the support of being part of a strong and stable company. A long-standing player in the insurance industry, we make every effort to address the career development needs and plans of our employees to ensure their success in the future.
At Zurich, we aim to have a diverse mix of employees that reflects our customers and the communities in which we live and work. Zurich is a workplace that values different opinions, respects personal needs, and provides equal opportunities for all, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, disability, marital status, gender identity, pregnancy/maternity status and sexual orientation. Our approach ensures that Zurich is a place that values different opinions, respects personal needs, and provides equal opportunities for all. We are committed to continuous improvement and we offer access to a comprehensive range of training and development opportunities. Zurich is passionate about supporting employees to help others by getting involved in volunteering, charitable and community activity through the Zurich Community Trust.
So make a difference. Be challenged. Be inspired. Be supported, Love what you do. Work for us.