Treliant is a multi-industry consulting firm that services organizations around the globe. Our firm services financial institutions, consumer-oriented businesses, other corporations, and law firms. As a firm of leading professionals from industry and government, we assist our clients in navigating regulatory requirements and on best practices, while meeting strategic and operational objectives. We partner with clients as trusted advisors and via managed services including through secondments, interim resources, and other outsourcing strategies. Our advisory and assurance services and specialized, high-quality business solutions strengthen our clients’ corporate and regulatory compliance programs, risk management, and business performance. We also provide comprehensive support for corporate and regulatory investigations, litigation, and as government agency monitors and independent consultants. We serve companies from Main Street to Wall Street and across the globe. For more information, visit www.Treliant.com.
Treliant’s Global Financial Crimes Compliance service line has an immediate opportunity available for a Financial Intelligence Unit Investigator. On a project basis, the following duties/skill are required:
- Review and independently assess cases derived from Anti-Money Laundering/Bank Secrecy Act suspicious activity monitoring and Economic Sanctions/Office of Foreign Assets Control screening conducted by Treliant or client.
- Review and independently assess Customer Due Diligence (CDD) and Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) cases derived from customer profile monitoring to ensure complete and accurate Know Your Customer (KYC) profiles and Customer Identification Program (CIP) requirements.
- Utilize transaction monitoring and case management systems (as available), vendor solutions, and open source tools to conduct investigations.
- Compare observed activity with client KYC and expected activity profiles for anomalous transactions or behaviors.
- Prepare observations from review and analysis through compiling of review notes, documentation and resolution.
- Interact with various client compliance and operational staff, customer service areas, and management in conducting review.
- Determine whether suspicious activity reports should be filed based on case investigations.
- Prepare and submit suspicious activity reports to appropriate government agencies.
- Knowledge of government regulatory requirements and expectations for identifying unusual or suspicious activity in connection with financial transactions, related to economic sanctions (e.g., OFAC), and the requirement to file suspicious activity reports.
- Five (5) years of experience conducting Anti-Money Laundering/Bank Secrecy Act and/or Economic Sanctions/Office of Foreign Assets Control investigations at a financial institution.
- Strong analytical skills derived from previous experience in a Financial Intelligence Unit or similar investigative setting including former law enforcement.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills a must to work effectively with all levels of consultants and client staff.
- Ability to work well with others, along with independently and with minimal supervision.
- Strong organizational and time management skills and ability to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously.
- Proficient in various software applications including Excel, Word, electronic mail and banking systems.
- Experience with Lexis Nexis and Negative News Searches.