Financial Crime Training Expert

Stockholm, SE, 111 44 Warszawa, PL, 02-460 Oslo, NO, 0368 Tallinn, EE, 11415 Helsinki, FI, 500

Job ID:11984 

Financial Crime Training Expert (Senior or Master)

 

Would you like work in a role where you can make a positive difference to society in the fight against financial crime, while advancing the learning and development agenda within Nordea? We are looking for 2 experienced colleagues to take on the role as ‘Financial Crime Training Expert’ and work towards the Business Areas and Group Functions (“BA/GFs”) to enable the acquisition of skills and competences within financial crime.

 

At Nordea, we see that the world is changing fast. The business needs and regulatory requirements within financial crime is growing, and we need to be on the forefront to ensure we have the required skills and competences to fulfil business needs and comply with external requirements.

 

About this opportunity

 

Financial Crime Training is a new unit within Group Financial Crime Prevention with the responsibility to define, execute and oversee a Financial Crime Training Strategy and Framework for Nordea that meets supervisory expectations, secures high quality compliance and effective risk management, and promotes employee competence and development. You’ll play a valuable role as Financial Crime Training Expert in developing and maintaining the strategy, framework, tools and guidelines to ensure the required guidance and support is available for Business Areas and Group Functions (“BA/GFs”).  

 

What you’ll be doing:

 

  • Developing, implementing and maintaining a bank-wide Financial Crime training strategy and framework including operating model, governance and clear roles and responsibilities.
  • Working with BA/GF Learning and Training Leads to define and perform training needs assessment catering for regulatory requirements, risks identified in the ‘Financial Crime Enterprise Risk Assessment’ and specific BA/GF, country and industry insights.
  • Providing template and guidelines for BA/GFs training plans and ensuring clear line of sight between needs assessment, plans and training deliverables.
  • Monitoring that training deliverables, content quality and frequency is tailored to job roles and specific occasions e.g. onboarding, periodic or event triggered and delivered according to plans.
  • Ensuring repository is in place with record keeping of needs assessments, training plans, content, completion rates, evaluations etc.
  • Designing reporting framework and guidelines to enable BA/GFs to report towards management, FSAs and other authorities.
  • Collaborating with key stakeholders in Group Financial Crime Prevention, Group Financial Crime Compliance, Group Legal, Group Learning and others to ensure an aligned approach for Financial Crime Training in the BA/GFs.

 

You’ll join a new unit with the opportunity to contribute to something new and make your mark. The role can be based in Poland, Estonia, Finland, Sweden or Norway.

 

Who you are

 

Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the values that guide us in being at our best – and that we imagine you share with us.

 

Your profile and background

  • You have broad expertise within Financial Crime Prevention and have been working specifically with several of the following areas: Anti-Money Laundering, Counter-Terrorist Financing, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Anti-Tax Evasion, Sanctions Risk Management and Fraud
  • You have experience working with regulatory training strategies, frameworks and requirements
  • You have excellent project management skills enabling you to drive development activities efficiently and independently
  • You have a strong track-record of driving implementation enabling execution and oversight
  • You are an excellent communicator with the ability to manage stakeholders professionally
  • You are strategic, analytical, a true problem solver and possess a can-do mindset to get things done
  • You have broad understanding of the banking business with the ability to think outside-in
  • You are fluent in English with excellent writing skills and the ability to create straight to the point material and documentation

 

If this sounds like you, then let’s get in touch!

 

Next steps

 

Submit your application no later than 24/10/2022. For more information, you’re welcome to contact Michael Holsted Larsen, at +45 51507414 or michael.larsen@nordea.dk.

 

At Nordea, we know that an inclusive workplace is a sustainable workplace. We deeply believe that our diverse backgrounds, experiences, characteristics and traits make us better at serving customers and communities. So please come as you are.

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