Financial crime threats the firm faces now and in the future, pioneering the techniques and technology that protect our business, our customers, and the many communities in which we operate from the harms associated with financial crime. FC harnesses intelligence, analytics, technology, investigation, information sharing, and public-private partnership to achieve this end, always seeking the most effective and efficient means.
- Assist Complex Cases, where approved by Regional Head of Investigations.
- Communicates regularly with the business to ensure that financial crime risk is mitigated as effectively as possible.
- Undertakes professional, timely, globally consistent investigations and effectively communicates with regional and global stakeholders.
- Provides timely management information, demonstrating efficiency and qualitative metrics.
- Identifies and escalates the most significant and sensitive investigations to the Regional Head of Investigations to ensure appropriate prioritization, resourcing, and investigative strategy.
- Refers investigative findings and recommendations to other parts of the firm for follow-on action to aid risk mitigation.
- Ensures the quality and consistency of investigations, report-writing and the adequacy of resourcing across the investigative program.
- Operates within the firm’s Major & Complex Cases investigative programs across regions and countries related to fraud, anti-money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption.
- Personally provides the subject matter expertise necessary to ensure investigative product is of the highest standard; ensuring that investigators are competent in all financial crime typologies.
- Assist the Regional Head to implement compliance with any variation from global procedure and provides input on the processes
- Assist the Regional Head in their interaction with Regional law enforcement, security and regulatory agencies, and financial intelligence units, in furtherance of public-private partnership, information sharing, and training initiatives.
- Excellent organisation and analytical skills
- Capable of picking up, and applying, new ideas/concepts quickly
- Very strong written and verbal communication skills
- Adaptability and flexibility
- Enthusiasm and a positive ‘can do’ attitude
- Existing Fraud Operations / Investigations; I&A; or Branch or Direct experience preferred but not essential
- Knowledge of bank enquiry systems
- A motivated self-starter who has the ability to work effectively alone and under pressure
- Excellent decision-making / influencing skills
- Good PC skills and knowledge of Microsoft software
- The ability to work accurately and to remain calm and controlled under pressure whilst performing all functions of the role
- Strength in one of the following (or a reasonable combination of these): Extensive financial crime experience, In-depth knowledge of financial industry regulatory reporting regime (FINTRAC filing), Proven Sanctions Experience
- Excellent inter-personal and customer service skills
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Vancouver, BC, CA
Application Deadline: N/A