The Financial Crimes Advisory (“FCA”) Senior Consultant will be exposed to an array of client Anti-Money Laundering (“AML” / Bank Secrecy Act (“BSA”) / Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) engagements.
Engagements generally include:
- AML / BSA / OFAC Program Reviews such as independent audits, program / policy / procedure development, gap analysis, risk assessments, training development, staffing models and Testing, Monitoring and Review (“TMR”);
- Model Risk Management such as data quality analysis, model validation, and tuning / optimization;
- Customer Reviews such as Know Your Customer (“KYC”) methodology / implementation and remediation support;
- Transaction Reviews such as Lookback planning and implementation;
- Operational Services such as building strategic frameworks for Suspicious Activity Reporting (“SAR”), Currency Transaction Reporting (“CTR”), KYC, and Watch List Management (“WLM”) programs
In addition to the aforementioned, Senior Consultants must be capable of the following:
- Demonstrating subject matter expertise in AML / BSA / OFAC, economic sanctions, cyber-crime, counter terrorist financing, bank fraud, anti-corruption, and bribery.
- Provide administrative, research, analytical, and report writing support to client engagements.
- Draft memorandums, request lists, and other types of client correspondence.
- Participate in thought leadership initiatives such as white paper development and social media publishing.
- The employee shall review and adhere to the terms of all firm policies during employment and applicable policy terms after employment ends. The employee shall review, sign and adhere to all company acknowledgments including, but not limited to:
- Confidentiality and Security Acknowledgment Form
- Confidentiality Policy
- Company Communications & Social Media Acknowledgement Form
- Employee Policies Acknowledgment Form
- Non-Disclosure Agreement
- Bachelor's Degree in Business, Political Science, English or related field
- Four or more years of financial crimes related experience (e.g.; anti-money laundering, fraud, economic sanctions, anti-corruption and bribery). Experience may qualify from government, industry, and/or consulting.
- Financial crimes experience must be derived from at least one of the following:
- Industry with exposure to both programmatic and operational responsibilities;
- Government exposure to policy development, intelligence or criminal investigative activities;
- Consulting with exposure to advisory specific work; production oriented contract work is not considered applicable.
- Five or more years of relevant financial crimes related experience
- Advanced Degree such as a Juris Doctorate, Masters of Business Administration or related field
- One of the following relevant certifications (CAMS, CFCS, CFE, CAFP, CIA).