SIEL is expanding its Financial Crime Compliance Team and is looking to appoint an individual to assist in the design, execution and on-going support of its Financial Crime framework. SIEL defines financial crime as Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Bribery and Corruption, breaches of Data Security (including Cyber Security), Fraud (including Cyber Crime), Market Abuse, Tax Evasion and breaches of Economic and Financial Sanctions.
The successful candidate will be providing second line support and oversight to SIEL in all of these categories, in some instances acting as the first point of escalation for the business and directly supporting the Money Laundering Reporting Officer ("MLRO"), Data Protection Officer ("DPO") and other relevant senior managers. The candidate will also have the opportunity to deputise for the MLRO and DPO in certain ad hoc instances and management committees, with an opportunity (with training and support) to progress to a formal Deputy status over time.
What you'll do:
You will be involved in establishing the basis on which a risk-based approach to the prevention of financial crime is put into practice by Senior Management ;
You will perform regular assessments of the adequacy of all Financial Crime systems and controls and, in conjunction with the Head of Financial Crime, oversee the implementation of appropriate enhancements designed to ensure continuous compliance with applicable laws and regulations;
You will review and investigate AML, Fraud and Market Abuse related suspicious activities; and
You will review and advise on suspected data protection breaches and Subject Access and Right to be Forgotten Requests (in conjunction with the SIEL Data Protection Officer);
You will provide financial crime compliance subject matter expertise and other support as required for SIEL's UK business.
What you'll bring to the table:
Demonstrable anti-Financial Crime work experience, including some monitoring experience.
Good general knowledge of financial crime legislation and regulation.
Strong organisational, research and technical information gathering skills.
Good communication skills (written and verbal), including report writing
Attributes we value:
Intellectual capability and analysis - ability to undertake comprehensive assessments and provide clear feedback and reporting
Capable and effective communicator
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently, with limited supervision and to work well under pressure. Meeting deadlines without deterioration of quality of work
Strong team work ethic and commitment to department successfully meeting its objectives
SEI is an equal opportunities employer and so much more...
Now in our 50th year, SEI is a leading global provider of investment management, investment processing and investment operations solutions. Reflecting our experience within financial services and financial technology our UK office is based between the City of London and the growing technology hub of Shoreditch. The open plan nature of our office space, flowing lines and numerous art installations are designed to encourage innovation and creativity in our workforce. We recognise that our people are our most valuable asset and are (literally) invested in your success; we know that a healthy, happy and motivated workforce is key to our continued growth. We are focused on ensuring a healthy work-life balance and offer our employees benefits which include private medical care for you and your family, access to GPs online for appointments, enhanced family leave, volunteer days, access to thriving employee networks and not forgetting free fruit twice a week.
SEI Investments (Europe) Limited ('SIEL') is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 191713).
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