Regulation, Compliance & Anti-Financial Crime
Regulation, Compliance and Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) protects the integrity and reputation of Deutsche Bank. It manages the Bank'
s risks and help to avert unintentional rule breaches and conflicts of interest. At the same time, we also advise the bank on ethical conduct and governance issues and keep the bank up to date on regulatory and political challenges.
The Client Intelligence Unit (CIU) is responsible globally for the Correspondent Banking Enhanced Due Diligence (CB EDD) programme, FinTech Review programme, and Global Corporate Review programme.
The CIU undertakes research of open sources and internal information, conducts onsite visits, and reviews clients' financial crime compliance programmes, in order to assess the regulatory risks clients pose to Deutsche Bank.
There is currently a need to undertake onsites in connection with the CB EDD, FinTech and Global Corporate Review programme.
This person would also be expected to represent and engage with senior business and AFC stakeholders, and provide financial crime advisory advice.
Roles and responsibilities :
The role holder will be required to :
Execute and provide leadership to the CB EDD programme in the APAC region, including dealing with senior business and AFC stakeholders, and leading visits at our clients' sites.
Supports the continued build out of the CB EDD programme, and help implement the global CB EDD programme in the region.
Where required, to lead on FinTech and Global Corporate Review onsites.
Provide financial crime advisory services to regional senior business and AFC stakeholders.
Work with the Regional Head of CIU to address issues around the correspondent banking, FinTech and Global Corporate Review programmes.
Assists local AFC on relevant projects and initiatives including Client Risk Reviews for the relevant region, where clients have cross-
jurisdictional or cross-divisional characteristics.
Skills and qualification :
Recognising the need to drive the long-term success of the programme, and the current size of the team, the successful person will need to possess a can do attitude'
and have exemplary communication skills.
You will have :
Substantial experience (10 years plus) in financial crime compliance gained from working in a financial institution, with particular experience in correspondent banking
Good working knowledge of banks' financial crime compliance programmes
The ability to build relationships with senior business (e.g. Global Transaction Banking) and AFC stakeholders
Experience of FinTechs, and a good understanding of financial crime risks associated with global corporates
Asian language skills e.g. Mandarin
You will be :
Experienced in providing financial crime advisory services to relevant senior stakeholders
Able to operate well independently or within a team.
Experienced in working within a global team in a multinational organisation
Of graduate calibre with good knowledge of APAC and regional and global AML rules and regulations, applicable to a global investment bank
Able to manage senior stakeholders and have good organizational skills
Able to grasp complex issues quickly and be flexible
Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
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