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GFCP Master Expert/Sanctions Risk Customer DD Expert in Group Financial Crime Prevention

København S, DK, 2300 Tallinn, EE, 11415 Warszawa, PL, 02-460 Stockholm, SE, 111 44 Oslo, NO, 368 Helsinki, FI, 500

Job ID: 11203 

 

Sanctions Risk Customer DD Expert in Group Financial Crime Prevention in Nordics, Poland or Estonia

 

It’s an exciting time for you to join us. We’re a changing company with big ambitions and together we’ll create the future of banking. 

 

Working with us, you will play a part in building a better bank that fulfils a meaningful role in society. We aim to help our customers around the world improve their lives and reach their goals. To do that, we are embedding compliance across the organisation to ensure people can trust Nordea. Interested in coming on the journey with us?  

 

The offer

 

As a Group Financial Crime Prevention (GFCP) Master Expert in the newly established Sanctions Higher Risk Review team, your role involves helping to manage the risk of sanctions exposed customers across all Business Areas in Nordea.

 

You will think end to end around the customer life and help both conduct reviews of customers (run the bank) and develop processes to identify and manage customer risks (change the bank).

 

You will be expected to have significant subject matter expertise in the sanctions domain,  

understanding industry best practice and regulatory expectation to help Nordea understand and manage customer sanctions risk exposure.

 

We are passionate, professional and focused on doing the right thing. You will be part of a capability build in this area working alongside team members located in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Poland.

 

What you’ll be doing:

  • Investigating and making risk based decisions on customer sanctions exposure using sanctions regulations and Nordea’s sanctions risk framework
  • Initiate and provide oversight over customer exits, asset freezes and product restrictions as appropriate to sanctions regulations and Nordea’s sanctions risk appetite
  • Building capability in the Organisation by helping to implement target state operating models, processes and technology, ensuring changes are sustainable and well embedded
  • Driving the knowledge sharing and sanctions expertise for the Sanctions Higher Risk Review team to improve understanding of sanctions risks, contextualized against regulatory expectations, sanctions risk appetite and product offerings

 

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. 

 

To build a successful career with us, you’ll work well with others and always act with the customer’s needs in mind. You love learning and trying new things, and you’re excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re honest and dependable, willing to speak up even when it’s difficult, and committed to empowering others. You’re passionate about doing a great job. This is a position that offers real career growth possibilities.

 

You:

  • Are driven, emotionally intelligent and high performing, keen to learn and develop further
  • Are used to working with and managing diverse stakeholder with divergent needs
  • Are open, honest, structured, result-oriented and act as a role model for others
  • Own and drive your work independently and as part of a team with minimal supervision
  • Understand matrix organisations and have experience of building influence beyond your specific functional area and across the value chain

 

You are located in the Nordics, Poland or Estonia.   

 

Your background will include:  

  • Tier 1 Financial Institution Experience in Sanctions in one or more areas: Personal Banking, Wealth Management, Business Banking, Multinational Companies, Correspondent Banks, Securities / Asset Management / Markets
  • Experience in a highly regulated environment with a need for high explainability
  • A track record of working in a fast paced, complex and international environment
  • An ability to work with ambiguity, problem solve and structure the unstructured
  • Experience planning and executing complex tasks independently and as part of a team with minimal supervision achieving goals and proactively updating on your progress
  • Experience supporting business as usual activities but also working with significant change
  • Experience in forming processes with complex hand offs, analyzing risks and control points
  • Strong English language communication skills (oral and written)
  • A Master’s Degree or a Bachelor’s Degree alongside significant relevant experience

 

Your background including the following would be advantageous:  

  • International Compliance Association (ICA) Certification (sanctions focused) or Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists (ACSS) Certification

 

If this sounds like you, we look forward to receiving your application!

 

Next steps
 

You have until the 22/08/2022 to send us your application. Please note, interviews will take place throughout August.  

 

For more information about the position, you are welcome to contact Anita M. Jønson, via email anita.marciniak.jonson@nordea.com  (annual leave 9 – 31st of July).

 

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 our customers and communities. So please come as you are

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.

Please be aware that any applications or CVs coming through email or direct messages will not be accepted or considered.

Department:  Financial Crime Prevention

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