The primary focus of the Senior Financial Crimes Investigatoris to conduct investigative reviews of assigned cases representing potential unlawful activity such as fraud and money laundering financial crimes. This role will conduct comprehensive reviews of transactions, behaviors, and actions including those of customers, agents, employees, and third parties relevant to potential violations of laws, regulations, rules and policies.
What you'll be doing:
Conducts investigations, prepares thorough documentation and recommendations to senior leaders.
Ensures accurate and timely regulatory filings, including, SAQ’s (Suspicious Activity Reports), and unusual activity reports.
Prepares reports and quality reviews of all regulatory and sponsorship filings prepared by others to ensure accuracy, thoroughness, and timeliness in meeting investigative and reporting obligations.
Performs dashboard and trend analysis to determine effectiveness of controls, including monitoring and detection capabilities; and provides recommendations for improvements/enhancements.
Serves as key stakeholder and contributor to people, process and technology improvements that impact transaction and behavioral monitoring, and reporting requirements.
Manages through to completion compliance for National Security Letters, and requirements of Sections 314(a) and 314(b) of USA PATRIOT Act.
Serves as the liaison with local, state, and federal law enforcement authorities.
Represents financial crimes monitoring and detection during audits and exams.
What we need from you:
Bachelor's degree or a combination of relevant and related experience and education
Minimum 5 years’ experience investigating financial crimes, preferable in the financial services arena, payments in particular.
Experience working for or closely with a law enforcement agency.
Must have a minimum of one of the following professional security certifications: Certified Professional Criminal Investigator (CPCI) Certified Anti-Money Specialist (CAMS), CFSSP, CPP or CFE.
Subject matter expert in investigations with the ability to teach less experienced investigators.
Excellent writing and analytical skills.
Strong strategic and communications skills with ability to operate well at all levels of an organization as well as externally.
Ability to establish trusting relationships
Exercise considerable judgment and discretion in scenarios that are complex and highly sensitive, consulting with legal counsel as needed.
Direct Reports: None
Travel Requirements: 20%
License and Certification Requirements (1 or more) : CPCI, CAMS, CFSSP, CPP or CFE
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