A leading Investment Bank based in the City of London have an urgent requirement for an Onboarding Analyst, the role is paying between £47000 – £50000 with excellent benefits.
Member of a Global team with physical presence in London, Paris, New York and Hong Kong. Core Mission is; ‘To deliver an excellent Regulatory Onboarding service to the Global Markets Division, through a combination of outstanding execution capability and deep technical knowledge.’
* The primary focus of the role will be on KYC analysis, across both new Onboarding and Periodic Reviews. This will be a direct client-facing role, with constant client contact.
* There will also be the opportunity to gain experience across a number of other Regulatory Onboarding topics, including; . Dodd Frank . EMIR . FATCA/AEOI . Prime Brokerage
* Ensuring service delivery is balanced with robust operational integrity, managing core Onboarding related ‘life cycle’ issues, including; . Periodic KYC Review, . Delivery of associated regulatory remediation topics, . Managing all necessary portfolio and Relationship Management controls, . Implementation of Filiere Tiers/FS-driven initiatives, . Rolling programme of wider continuous improvement initiatives, to enhance efficiency and integrity,
* Ensuring effective delivery of GMD’s Onboarding obligations, as well as developing extensive practical and market knowledge; . Maximising adoption of Onboarding ‘best-practices’ through constant interaction with clients, peers and industry bodies, . Establishing and maintaining strong knowledge of regional Onboarding practices and regulatory requirements, . Representation in all relevant regulatory adherence meetings and committees,
Experience Required . Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in KYC Onboarding and/or remediation in a financial services industry or regulatory environment. . Experience dealing with broad range of counter-parties, particularly financial institution clients, asset managers, insurance companies and hedge funds. . Clear communication ability across diverse audiences . Flexibility to be able to simultaneously work on various different proposals/reviews across different client groups . Strong “fact-finding” skills . Ability to meet deadlines, both external and internal . Confidence to deal with client contacts at both equivalent and more senior levels . Ability to be an effective team player and to develop sound working partnerships . A self-starter – ‘self-teaching’ skills are critical to the role. . Politically Exposed Persons (PEP’s) . Enhanced Due Diligence . Adverse Information . Remediation/Review
If you feel that you have the required skills and looking to work for a Leading Investment Bank please do apply.