Danske Bank

Analytical colleague to Money Laundering Reporting Office

6 dagar kvar

Rekryterare
Plats
Stockholm
Annonserat
den 11 september 2017
Stängs
den 1 oktober 2017
Ref:
16813
Kontakta
Sune Warberg Clausen
Anställningsform
Tillsvidare
Arbetstid
Heltid

Do you have strong analytical skills and are you investigative by nature? Would you like to use these skills to become an expert in combatting criminal activities, money laundering, terrorist financing and tax evasion? Then we have just the right job for you. We are now looking for a new colleague to our Money Laundering Reporting Office (MLRO) to investigate suspicious behavior in the field of Anti money laundering, Counter terrorist financing and anti-tax evasion.

You will be a part of Compliance, working in the team Money Laundering Reporting Office – which is organized under Global Monitoring & Financial Crime Compliance. The team has employees across the Nordics in both Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway. You will be working with the team in Sweden, which is located in Stockholm.

Investigate atypical and suspicious behavior
As an MLRO employee, your primary tasks will be to investigate atypical and suspicious behavior as well as report to the authorities if we suspect any criminal behavior related to money laundering, terrorist financing and tax evasion. In order to do this you use your analytical skills, professional insights and the expert knowledge that you have acquired by working in MLRO.

Knowledge sharing with the relevant authorities, the Compliance department and the internal business units will also be a natural part of your work. Your expert knowledge should be used to improve the bank's money laundering setup, in order for us to prevent the bank from being used for criminal behavior.

Strong analytical capabilities
We expect you to have a strong analytical skill set and thrive in an environment where you will have to cope with pressured situations where both rapid decisions – as well as deeper and in-depth analyzes are needed. The job requires you to think creatively, be able to identify deviant behavior and to quickly understand new criminal patterns.

You may qualify for the job in a number of ways. Maybe you work in a bank and have experience working with AML & CTF related tasks or you have experience in investigating suspicious behaviors and transactions. Alternatively, you have experience from working with tax or financial crime e.g. for the police or the tax authorities.

As a person, you are analytical, collaborative and value professionalism and high quality. You like an informal tone and contribute to the good atmosphere of the department. Due to our work, you must have a high degree of integrity and ability to comply with your confidentiality.

We expect you to master both spoken and written Swedish and English.

This job is a rare opportunity to gain insight and experience with anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing – a field of work that enjoys extremely high attention.

What can we offer?
As a challenger on the Swedish market, Danske Bank is characterized by an entrepreneurial and innovative mindset. We are looking for employees who always strive to develop themselves and our organization. If you enjoy challenges and constantly want to develop your career, we offer you a high level of responsibility, as well as an inspiring team and committed managers who encourage you to grow. We offer you an inclusive work environment where you will contribute to our success, today and in the future.

Are you interested?
If you have any questions – please do not hesitate to contact Head of MLRO Sune Warberg Clausen, sunc@danskebank.dk or Tel: +45 25 10 17 44.

Please send your CV and job application in English.

We're looking forward to your application!

Send application and CV no later than 01.10.2017.

Danske Bank is a strong Nordic universal bank with an international network. Our vision is to be recognised as the most trusted financial partner. Danske Bank is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark and has 18,000 employees across 16 countries.