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U.S. Dollar Clearing Compliance Analyst
- Opportunity to join a pretigious advisory firm
- Potential to be invited for additional compliance projects in the future
About Our Client
Prestigious advisory firm which offers growing opportunities in both their Midtown, Manhattan and Princeton, New Jersey office(s). Joining the advisory team as a U.S. Dollar Clearing Compliance Analyst could lead to prolonged or additional opportunities within the firm.
The Advisory Firm is seeking a U.S. Dollar Clearing Compliance Analyst to join their team in their Midtown, Manhattan or Princeton, New Jersey office. A majority of this work flow will consist of clearing or identifying suspicious activity for foreign transactions, fund transfers, or international payments which are yet to be converted into U.S. dollar currency. Components of this work flow will include experience with correspondent banking, preforming EDD/CDD/CIP on such entities, and familiarity with clearing platforms or policies such as ACH, SWIFT, Chips, and the United States Office of Comptroller of Currency. Our client is only seeking professionals with direct experience in currency clearing and AML/BSA related subject matter. Training will be provided as well.
The Successful Applicant
U.S. Dollar Clearing Compliance Analyst: * Bachelor's Degree is a MUST * 1-3 years of AML/BSA experience required, including EDD/CIP/CDD * 1 year or more of currency clearing is required * Familiarity with correspondent banking and AML related monitored entities * Familiarity with ACH (clearing house payments), CHIPS, SWIFT, and/or Fedwire. * Familiarity with fund transfers, international or global payments is a plus * Strong foundation of online research and desk-based investigative techniques * Ability to handle multiple alerts * Knowledgeable of Banking, USA Patriot Act, BSA requirements and other regulatory trends * Banking experience is a plus * Additional certifications such as CAMS, CFE, JD are a plus
What's on Offer
Competitive hourly rate and benefits through Michael Page. Potential to go from temporary employment to permanent employment.