Western Union Analyst, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance in Sydney, Australia
Job Title: Analyst, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance
Requisition #: 1803206
The Opportunity: Does playing a critical role in protecting customers sound exciting to you? How about working for a global fintech company on an advanced team that is passionate about preventing money laundering and other illegal financial transactions?
We’re seeking anAnalyst, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance for our Sydney based office. In this role, you will assist the APAC Compliance team to carry out all tasks required to ensure compliance within our Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorism and Licensing obligations as well as company policies.
Sound interesting? Hereare some specifics:
Assist the APAC regionalcompliance team to administrate the regional compliance frameworks tomonitor and ensure all tasks are relevant, valid and being completedaccordingly.
Assist central compliance inreporting and monitoring improvements for issues that arise from frameworktesting.
Conduct quality checks on newand existing clients with KYC and reaccreditation when required, includingchecking accuracy of data for clients being set up on internaltransactional systems.
Monitor, analyse andinvestigate client transactions, and where applicable, report anyunusual/suspicious activity to the appropriate authorities.
Monitor, analyse andinvestigate Salesforce cases, and where applicable, escalate and followthrough in seeking assistance from management and/or other complianceteams.
Work in conjunction with othermembers of the Compliance team in the development and administration ofpolicies and procedures, and compliance trainings.
Assist with all mattersrequested by Internal/External Auditors and Examiners.
Back up the FinancialInstitutions Compliance Officer as required.
What you will need tosucceed:
2+ years previous experienceworking in a financial institution (bank, securities and/or investment,corporate foreign exchange).
1+ years previous experienceworking in the compliance areas including an understanding of anti-moneylaundering legislation, Corporations Act, and company policies.
Exposure to risk managementpolicies and processes as it relates to the business application ofinternal and external risk factors (operational, legal, reputation,market) impacting a business or corporate foreign exchange operation.
What will make you standout:
The ability to work with othersincluding building external relationships, such as government agency andregulators.
Strong interpersonal,organizational and communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft OfficeToolkit, Adobe, and Internet.
What it’s like here:
The Payments Business Unit of Western Union is one of the world's leading providers of international business payments and foreign exchange. With access to over 130 currencies, we enable companies of all sizes as they move money across borders via a financial network that spans over 200 countries and territories. We’re disrupting fintech with our groundbreaking digital B2B platform, WU EDGE, which helps companies spend less time handling international payments and worrying about foreign exchange exposure, and more time growing their businesses. And we’re just getting started!
Being on the Western Union team means being tenacious and goal-oriented. It means taking risks and quickly finding the path to success. It means having integrity, and finding ways to make things work. It means thriving as part of a diverse, global team of over 10,000 people who are committed to movingmoney for better . It means being driven to win, and to do work that makes a difference… on a global stage. Sound like you? Apply now!
Inclusion and diversity are fundamental to our culture and success. Achieving our common vision depends on people with diverse backgrounds working together on teams. Who knows, your unique point of view could be the key to our next groundbreaking idea. We’d love to explore that possibility!
We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy or related medical conditions), national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status or other protected category.