Primary responsibility: Working closely with KYC manager to enhance the branch wide KYC program. Actively participate in the upcoming KYC remediation project.
• Assist the KYC manager to develop, maintain, implement and further enhance a branch-wide KYC program based on the enhanced KYC procedure.
• Assist the KYC manager to develop, maintain, implement and further enhance a branch-wide customer risk scoring methodology.
• Assist the KYC manager to develop, maintain, implement and further enhance a periodic transaction analysis methodology.
• Assist the KYC manager to develop KYC system BRD and liaise with third party vendor in KYC system implementation.
• Track and report KYC remediation status to the KYC manager.
• Provide ongoing trainings to the relationship managers in business departments.
• Support the KYC program and BAU functions.
• Assist with addressing internal audits and regulatory exams inquiries.
• Manage special projects as required.
• Bachelor's degree in finance, related field or equivalent experience.
• Working experience with BSA/AML, CIP/KYC, USA Patriot Act and OFAC as well as other relevant BSA/AML laws and regulations.
• 3-5 years of AML/KYC/CDD/EDD related working experience, specifically in the correspondent banking and trade finance areas.
• Working experience from large U.S. or foreign banks is preferred.
• Solid knowledge in commercial banking products/services.
• Excellent problem solving, oral, and written communication skills.
• Experienced in remediation planning, progress monitoring and evaluation.
• Experienced in policy/procedure enhancement.
• Great team player and self-starter.
• CAMS certified a plus.
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