The financial crimes compliance (FCC) risk associate will play an important role in K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network’s (FIN) continued growth by serving as a subject-matter expert assigned to the Dedicated Online Financial Integrity Network (DOLFIN) team. DOLFIN is an online working environment for the financial crimes and sanctions compliance community. The FCC risk associate will track new developments on FCC risk faced by financial institutions and develop related written and multimedia products, services, and tools to deploy on DOLFIN. The associate will also support practitioners in client engagement and business development activities.
- Track emerging issues and new developments related to FCC risk topics of interest to DOLFIN users and other clients, including global and regional banking and non-banking financial institutions and jurisdictional clients.
- Create and draft written and multimedia FCC risk-related work products, including policy alerts, videos, webinars, and podcasts of interest to DOLFIN users, with minimal editing required by management.
- Contribute to the development of qualitative and quantitative methodologies to assess FCC risk.
- Support practitioners in client engagements and business development, including by:
- Serving as an FCC risk subject-matter expert in client engagements and at meetings.
- Serving as an FCC risk expert trainer in FIN’s training programs for various clients.
- Participating as an FCC risk subject-matter expert in various conferences, workshops, or symposia.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure efforts are efficient and synchronized across the firm’s service offerings.
- Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred.
- At least two years of professional experience on FCC risk and/or policy in a financial institution or multinational company, or equivalent research or think tank work focused on FCC.
- Subject-matter expertise on sanctions programs, AML/CFT, and other illicit finance-related laws, regulations, and issues.
- Superior research, writing, and presentation skills.
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with a high level of attention to detail.
- Experience at the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence preferred.
- Familiarity with quantitative analysis methodologies and tools preferred; big data analytics and data science experience is preferred.
- Familiarity with Panopto, video, audio, and other multimedia editing preferred.
- Resident in or around Washington, DC, or U.S. resident qualifications with ability to relocate to the Washington, DC area.
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