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Financial Crime Training Senior Manager

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  • Location: London
  • Salary: £700 Per Day inside IR35 per day
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 3 months ago

  • Sector: Financial Crime & Fraud
  • Contact: Pritesh Chudasama
  • Contact Email: pchudasama@merje.com
  • Expiry Date: 09 June 2021
  • Job Ref: PCH/17472

Financial Crime Training Senior Manager required to manage, create and deliver financial crime training to a bank, globally.

 

You will be responsible for financial crime training for over 400 people in multiple geographies across the front office and onboarding functions.

 

Proven prior/existing experience in creating and delivering financial crime training within Asia, Africa or Middle East is highly beneficial.

 

You will be operating at the minimum of Senior Manager/VP level and will have at least 7-10 years of experience in Financial Crime.

 

Details on responsibilities and skills required:

 

  • Manage teams working on projects as well as being the first point of contact, ensuring projects are run effectively and within budget
  • Responsible for ensuring smooth delivery of multiple learning initiatives/projects of differing scale across multiple clients
  • Provides financial crime SME technical expertise in the design and delivery of AFC Training solutions to financial institutions, regulators, central banks and relevant businesses across Africa
  • Manages & conducts AFC post training evaluation analysis to ensure delivery remains consistent, relevant, evidencable and impactful
  • Strong Financial Crime subject matter expertise across Retail and Corporate Banking with a deep understanding of the associated products, sectors, industries and African market.
  • Solid business and L&D acumen, including strong problem-solving skills and critical thinking.
  • Ideally proven experience of AFC training and learning & education within Financial Services.
  • Expertise in financial crime investigations and compliance covering AML, fraud, anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions. Specifically developing/enhancing financial crime frameworks, undertaking risk assessments and drafting policies and procedures.
  • Strong knowledge of the UK regulatory and Africa’s regulatory environment