The Financial Crime Compliance team is responsible for establishing the policies and standards for FIL's Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions, Anti-Fraud and Anti-Bribery & Corruption programmes; monitoring the implementation of those policies and standards by the first line business and operational teams; and providing advice and training on financial crime issues.
Purpose of your role
This role is a mid-level position undertaking a range of financial crime compliance responsibilities but with particular focus on the oversight of client screening, sanctions compliance, monitoring and MI development, implementation and oversight.
Second-line SME on client screening (PEP, sanctions and negative media), including the configuration and testing of client screening systems
Advising on sanctions compliance issues, particularly within an investment management context
Advising on implementation of new standards for monitoring of key controls and dealing with issues that arise from the monitoring
Collation and assessment of management information and distillation of key messages for senior management
BAU Advice on financial crime compliance queries including KYC, fraud and ABC
Experience and Qualifications
Experience of financial crime compliance in a UK regulated firm and/or a recognised qualification in financial crime compliance
Detailed knowledge and understanding of sanctions requirements in UK, EU and US and experience of applying those requirements in an investment management context
Excellent written communication skills
Experience of financial crime compliance in an asset management firm
Experience of designing or conducting second line monitoring controls
Experience of implementing management information standards
Great minds, better together.
Fidelity International is an equal opportunities employer and is commited to a policy of treating all its employees and job applications equally.