Senior Financial Crime Analyst
Export Development Canada
Ottawa, ON, CA
2d ago
source : PostJobFree

Team & Job OverviewThe Business Integrity Team is responsible for enabling the business by providing insightful analysis of the non-credit risks of the transactions and relationships in which EDC participates, in-line with EDC’s commitments to conduct its business in a responsible and ethical manner.

The BI team performs enhanced due diligence to analyse and assess the Financial Crimes (bribery and corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, sanctions and external fraud) and other non-credit risks of the business and provides advice on possible risk mitigation strategies.

The team also plays a key role in advising EDC’s leadership on the likelihood and severity of potential impacts of these matters on EDC.

The team also provides resources and advice to help Canadian exporters develop and implement appropriate systems to manage financial crimes and reputational risks.

  • Key ResponsibilitiesPerform enhanced due diligence associated with transactions, produce risk ratings, and present findings and recommendations to business teamsResearch, analyze and synthesize data from multiple sources and document findings in a written work productIdentify risk indicators for bribery and corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, and sanctions violationsClearly communicate risk assessments and potential impacts to EDC in written reports and in verbal presentations to EDC leadershipMeet production and quality standards for completing assignments and follow applicable policies, guidelines and proceduresComplete quality control reviews of colleagues’ work, delivering clear verbal and written feedbackIndependently assist analysts with workflow items and administrative tasks as they ariseComplete complex work assignments with minimal supervision and feedbackIdentify areas for efficiency and provide actionable feedback to leadershipCoach analysts on the most efficient means for completing their required tasksProvide coaching to analysts who have difficulty meeting quality and / or production metricsAssist with advanced tasks as necessary, including communication with internal and external customers and creating specific job aids and training toolsScreening CriteriaUndergraduate Degree in Business Administration, Financial Accounting, or other related fieldMinimum 6 years’ experience in Financial Crimes Enhanced Due Diligence or related experienceExpert knowledge of risk management principles and practicesProficiency with research, conducting investigations and risk analysisStrong and effective written and verbal communication and influencing skillsWillingness to adapt in a fast-paced work environment;
  • strong sense of urgencyAbility to prioritize work flows and ensure deadlines are metAssetsBilingual in both official languages (French and English)Preferably some work experience in compliance-related roles within the financial services and consumer banking industriesRelated professional certification such as CAMS, Trace TASA, CFE, CFF, CFCS etc.

    Experience with project management, multi-tasking and interacting with multiple stakeholdersExperience working with Microsoft Excel at the intermediate and / or advanced levelLocationPlease be advised that this position is based at our Head Office in Ottawa.

    Relocation assistance is available for eligible candidates.Salary Range$87,300 - $131,000, plus 15% performance-based incentiveHow to applyInterested candidates are encouraged to go through the application process on livewire on or before Friday, February 21, 2020, 11 : 59 p.

    m. EST.If selected for an interview, please advise us if you require special accommodation.Schedule : Full-time

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