Senior Customer Activity Monitoring Specialist – FEC


Over onze client

An international bank


You support the design and maintenance of the global Customer Activity Monitoring methodology and guidance (e.g. generic CAM scenarios and CAM controls, data requirements for the scenarios, Test & CAM validation methodology, alert handling guidance).

You support the design and maintenance of the backtesting and look-back methodology, procedures and templates and provides review and challenge to enhancements to Customer Activity Monitoring risk assessment and/or Generic Set.

You provide business guidance and expert accreditation for the KYC platform via non-continuous expertise support for the global teams.

You provide expertise to any global project that requires your expertise.

Next to your field of expertise you are eager to learn about new relevant topics to further enlarge your scope of knowledge and expertise within the team.

You stimulate cross-border interaction and alignment between people, expertise teams, chapters, Front-Office organisations, and Service organisations both in central and local business lines.

You give and ask for constructive feedback.

Gezocht profiel

Minimum 6 years of relevant work experience in the financial services industry, preferably within Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, Risk, Finance or Information Technology.

Relevant track record of working in the area of KYC and thorough understanding of the current market and regulatory conditions and challenges that the financial industry faces.

Academic level and preferably a certification in FEC or AML expertise areas.

Proactive, Can-Do, No Surprises and Positive mind-set. Overall you have a healthy work ethic and a willingness to collaborate.

Ability to facilitate decision-making to drive complex design issues to a conclusion.

Strong organisational sensitivity; ability to understand and take into account the underlying issues, opportunities and dynamics of an international organisation with multiple functional lines and one hierarchical line and deal with multiple (sometimes conflicting) interests.