Dublin | Ireland
The Group Financial Crime Unit provides support to the Group by way of both Fraud & AML activity monitoring. The unit interacts daily with the Distribution Channels and other Business Units in relation to financial crime matters.
The role holderwill investigate accounts/policies/products where potentiall suspicious account activity isidentified, ensuring that the suspicionis validated or discounted. Recording robust notes to support the case findings and engaging with internal/external stakeholders in relation to accounts where additional action may be warrented.
Investigate and make decisions on manual STR`s & system automated Alerts in an efficient, accurately & timely manner.
Ensure that the information collated on both internal & external customers is accurate, clear and not misleading. Escalate any concerns where applicable.
All activities completed accurately and within agreedtimeframes and SLA`s Carryout daily queries and ad hoc requests/tasks to completion
Ensure that legislative/regulatory breaches do not occur as a result of non-compliance with policies.
Support the transition of new business products and develop competencies/ cross training on new products and services as required.
Assist in the preparation of internal/ external audits/ reviews carried out by the appropriate governing bodies
Essential Skills & Experience:
Desirable Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles will not be accepted for this role.
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