|Company||Financial Crime Analyst (Windhoek)|
|Location||Windhoek, Khomas, Namibia|
Job Purpose: To assist in the Investigation of Fraudulent, Unusual and Suspicious Transactions which fall within the ambit of Financial Crime.
The Financial Crime Analyst should assist the Financial Crime Unit (comprising of Forensic Services and the AML, CFT, Sanctions Offices) to ensure the efficient identification, monitoring, analyzing and investigation of fraudulent and suspicious activities and transactions in the NNH Group and timely reporting to Nedbank Group Forensic Services (GFS), the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) at Bank of Namibia and relevant stakeholders including law enforcement. The Financial Crime Analyst should further assist the Financial Crime Unit with administration and effective communication with GFS, the FIC and other relevant stakeholders regarding fraudulent and suspicious activities and transactions.
|Industries||Banking / Finance & Investment|
Ensure the efficient and adequate identification, monitoring, analyzing and investigation of fraudulent and suspicious activities and transactions relating to financial crime which pose a risk to the Bank.
Ensure timely, efficient reporting of fraudulent and suspicious transactions to the relevant parties in the Financial Crime Unit.
Obtain documentary proof of fraudulent and suspicious transactions and ensure effective record keeping of such transactions identified, investigated and reported to the relevant authorities in line with the requirements of applicable legislation and policies.
Ensure the timely execution of instructions received from Regulatory and Statutory authorities.
Assist the Financial Crime Unit in engaging with the FIC and relevant stakeholders to build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships and the investigation of fraudulent and suspicious transactions and activity.
Maintain a current understanding of financial issues, including policies, procedures, regulations, industry best practice, criminal typologies and developing trends.
Add value to the NNH Group by Identifying and investigating systemic procedural weaknesses and the
Bank’s level of compliance relating to the requirements of relevant legislation, frameworks and policies
Prepare FCU weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly reports.
Assist in the training of staff on AML Matters
Integrity, honesty and high ethical work standards
Conceptualization and ability to see the big picture
Analytical and Investigative Thinking
Innovation and out of the box thinking
Passion for results
Resilient and hard working
Educational & Experience Requirements:
•A Certificate in Money Laundering Control, preferably a B-Degree or Diploma in Criminal Justice and Forensic Auditing Services.
•2-3 years’ experience in the financial services industry or 2-3 years law enforcement.
•Excellent knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook Office.
•Professional certifications relating to Fraud and Money Laundering will be an added advantage.
|Job Closing Date||15/07/2019|